Originally posted by onecraftydude
I don't know much about sky heaters or sky sponges, but I can absolutely assume they are stupid ideas meant to make me look like a fool for
complaining about the trails that block the sun that only exist because of airplanes.
You seem to be falling into the usual paranoiac chemtrailer trap of trying to make the discussion about you. If you cannot see my post as anything but
a personal attack on you then perhaps you are a tad too precious to try to have a discussion with.
My post was just what it was, the only ways that I (as in ME) could think of, both rationally and irrationally, of facilitating the removal of visible
trails. How MY stupid suggestion, for which I clearly accepted all responsibility, might reflect on YOU is a connection entirely of your own
I suppose you are a "Debunker"? Whatever your purpose for calling my idea of getting rid of these trails stupid, I really don't care.
I would hope that everyone should hope to be a debunker, as the opposite to a debunker is a liar, if you think about it logically. I prefer to use the
term sceptic, because while I am open to ideas of what may be possible or may happen, I've not seen anything yet in favour of chemtrails that wasn't
either faked, misrepresented or misunderstood. And you evidently cared just enough to reply
The point of this discussion is to get rid of something left behind by airplanes. It is not a natural occurrence and it does affect people directly
such as myself. Call it selfish or naive or stupid all you like, but don't deny their existence or the impact of them because that truly is
So you tell us then, seeing as you have been making so much noise about it. How do you stop water vapour from freezing at -30 degrees, or how do you
get this moisture to sublimate into already saturated air?
THAT is what you are asking to do, and it is a failure to understand that which is, to use your own term, moronic.
It is no good throwing in strawmen either. Nobody says that contrails are 100% water vapour, Nobody is defending trails, nobody denies they exist, and
throwing out the accusation that people who disagree with your view are being paid to do so is the saddest sign of desperation and none of them do
anything to promote your opinion.
There cannot be one person amongst us that would not welcome clean energy in abundance, but calling for trails to be banned with no knowledge of how
or why they are there in the first place (and an open declaration of not caring why either) isn't going to achieve it.
edit on 4-1-2012 by
waynos because: (no reason given)