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It's a clever idea, very clever...to fiddle with the waste disposal system because there is a pecking order ....
So I guess in the end it's just your opinion that this e-mail is a hoax.
I'd send you some pictures of tubes going nowhere and wires connecting to nothing but I'm all out...
So your proof is that they don’t pull miles of old wiring and conduit out whenever they upgrade, remove, or change a system? That’s quite a leap to say that’s any type of proof of their spraying chemtrails.
Let me tell you that I have personally witnessed aircraft that I supervised the ground handling on leave persistent contrails (aka chemtrails), and I know for a fact there was no chemicals pumped on that aircraft for that purpose. We then get down to the debate about it being in the fuel…
I mean do folks actually think that if you have your house rewired that the electrician actually removes all the old wire that's running through the walls, same thing, you often just cut the old and install the new. Otherwise the time and costs can go through the roof
Do you have any idea the size of the storage tanks it would require to make these trails for miles in the sky, that’s certainly not “drop-in” technology, it require tanks with thousands of gallons of chemicals to do this.
The Idaho Observer reported with considerable skepticism that the General Accounting office admitted that chemtrails exist but that they are ‘merely’ fiberglass particles coated with aluminum whose health effects are unknown but whose existence is now acknowledged after decades of official denial.
According to a U.S. military flier called Military Progress, “The green light has been given” to disperse swarms of wirelessly-networked nano-bots into the troposphere by remotely-controlled UAV drones for "global warming mitigation."
Mists. Mists are liquid particles—less than about 10 microns in size—dispersed in a gas. The most common type of mist is that formed by tiny water droplets suspended in the air, as on a cool summer morning. If the concentration of liquid particles becomes high enough to affect visibility, it is then called a fog. A particular form of fog that has become significant in the last half century is smog. Smog forms when natural moisture in the air interacts with human-produced components, such as smoke and other combustion products, to form chemically active materials.
Aerosol technology has made possible vastly improved combustion systems, such as those used in fossil-fueled power generator plants and in rocket engines.
In a letter to shareholders responding to warnings concerning the use of nanotechnology in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Green Earth Technologies Chairman & CEO Jeff Marshall writes, “It has come to our attention that a group of scientists have written a letter to the EPA discouraging the use of Green Earth Technologies' G-Marine Fuel Spill Clean-Up as a dispersant in the Gulf of Mexico. The letter claims that a nano-dispersant will be harmful to the environment, a false claim that I would like to address with all of you."
October 21st, 2007 The U.S. government routinely conducts experiments on weather modification Abstract: But cloud seeding with silver iodide is an archaic technique compared with newer advances in nanotechnology and other methods for weather monitoring and control. Microelectric Mechanical Sensors (MEMS) and the newer Global Environmental MEMS Sensors (GEMS), are extremely tiny machines used to monitor weather patterns.
No larger than dust particles, the sensors are designed to be sent up inside hurricanes and other weather systems in large numbers, reporting back data as they literally become a part of those systems. This data can later be used to improve weather forecasting and potentially control the weather through a better understanding of the complex mathematics involved in such systems. One goal is to "steer" these systems, sending them to specific targets and increasing or decreasing their size.
One top area of interest is the use of carbon nanotubes to increase reliability and effectiveness of infrared obscuration by as much as a factor of 10 over current technologies.
Specifically, the company has explored the potential to aerosolize carbon nanotubes for obscurant purposes. He explained that while you wouldn’t want to use nanoparticles as a visual obscurant, the ability to take a cubic meter of carbon and stretch it so that it retains its strength in a thinner, more reflective form holds promise for scattering light in the ultraviolet frequencies.
Yet I only see persistent contrails on days when its cold out.
First, its simply because there is more traffic now.
The reason why Joe Blow sees more contrails now then in the past is twofold. First, its simply because there is more traffic now. Second, and more importantly, they have retired the B727 that used to comprise over 50% of the domestic US fleet, and have gone to newer aircraft that run at more efficient temperatures. This in turn causes them to create contrails over a wider range of atmospheric conditions then the old engines did:
DOD has to follow the same rules as all other aircraft in FAA controlled airspace. Even the HIGHLY secret Janet Flights, used to ferry employees into and out of Area 51, have to fly under 18K feet to remain in VFR to avoid filing an FAA flight plan.
Do you now see why the number of contrails increased in the mid to late 90’s, and continues to increase as the number of these aircraft in the sky increases each year?
Originally posted by DrumsRfun
Project camelot has been responsible for some of the most outlandish things out there.
No need for me to look any further.
They never verify anyones credentials and always make big claims with nothing to back it up.
From Burisch to Wilcock to O'Finnian etc etc...the list goes on.
Anyone who doesn't agree with them MUST be the illuminati.
Jim Marrs did an interview with them and that is one worth watching.
The rest of project camelot really disgusts me to be honest.