posted on Nov, 5 2011 @ 06:03 PM
Originally posted by Uncinus
No evidence for something indicates it probably does not exist. (assuming it's existence would create evidence).
And it is a logical construct called evidence of absence.
As Uncinus alluded to in his bracket comment - if there WOULD/SHOULD be evidence from "something", then it is reasonable to take the lack of such
evidence as indicating that the "something" is not there.
So what sort of evidence SHOULD there be from chemtrails? I guess it depends on exactly which version of the chemtrail myth you believe, but here's
some that occur to me:
1/ air samples with unusual materials in them
2/ evidence of unusual aircraft operations
3/ evidence of some sort of material that is loaded into aircraft in some manner - mixed with fuel, or tankered or however else you think it might be
4/ whistleblowers - people willing to provide cross-examinable evidence about the activity
5/ documents - aircraft operating documents such as weight and balance sheets showing provision for something other than their normal loads,
maintenance manuals, operating manuals, training manuals, payments to chemical companies, payments to airlines to carry it out, or to pilots as "hush
money or something along those lines
There may be more - those are just one ones I think would be obvious.