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Congressman Admits Chemtrail's
Originally posted by LittleVoice731
Chemtrails or not, there is still a lot of strange patterns created by these planes. Grid type patterns. I live near an airport and I see planes coming in from all angles but these trails are in straight lined patterns of 10 or more. To me, that is what is weird, and looks intentional.
Why would a plane or planes fly in such a way to create these type of patterns? For fun? To make cool looking patterns for people to look at or to uniformly spread a chemical into the air? I don't know. I think that's why it's still considered a theory.
Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People[/i
By the way, if you live close to an airport (say within 25 miles or even more), then the contrails you see probably do not come from that particular airport. Contrails form at altitudes above 25,000 feet (most contrails you see are from planes above 30,000 feet), and planes leaving/approaching an airport close to you are probably not that high.
Those contrails are probably from air routes above you used by planes from other airports 100s or even 1000s of miles away.
edit on 1/6/2012 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)
.....I see planes coming in from all angles but these trails are in straight lined patterns of 10 or more. To me, that is what is weird, and looks intentional.
Please explain the dark grey chemtrail I recorded.
Why is it NOT possible that a plane creating the same effect is not also releasing a chemical into the atmosphere at the same time it's creating water vapor?
Why can a sky writer use smoke to write a message in the sky but it's impossible that the same can be used to create a CHEMtrail?
...and as you watch it go through the sky, it curves sharply or breaks of into two seperate trails...
The Supertanker’s significant loiter time will allow it to place a single large drop or various segmented drops at multiple intervals while in flight. This allows the aircraft to fight multiple fires on a single mission. And, depending on the mission's requirements, the Supertanker’s versatile application system will disperse retardant under high pressure, for an overwhelming response, or drop retardant equivalent to the speed of falling rain.