posted on Jan, 29 2012 @ 07:12 PM
reply to post by SurrealisticPillow
Oh, you THINK.
Yes, I do think. And I am educated, and have many decades of experience. Enough to see this woman in the video (Sofia Smallstorm) is a fool.
The video is over one hour long.....she loses all credibility in the fist 6 minutes!
Watch those first 6, and you will see immediately
that she has no knowledge about what she is prattling about. She is actually quite typical of the usual "chemtrail" believer.
Skipping around the video, I spotted even more of the usual junk claims, the "increased levels of aluminum and barium" nonsense. She lives in
Northern California, so she is likely a part of the nutjobs up there that include Rosalind Peterson, and all the same who are in the similar "groups"
The claims she makes mirror that nonsense and thoroughly debunked junkumentary called "What In The World Are They Spraying?".
Back to the point (you will see if you watch) where she shows photos of cirrus clouds, and says they are "feathery" and "streaked"? Cirrus clouds
have done that for as long as they've been in existence. The common vernacular term to describe that appearance is "mare's tail".
"Mackerel scales and mare’s tails, make lofty ships carry low sails."
If you have no idea what this means, you are not alone. Weather proverbs and folklore are being technologically ousted from our everyday vocabulary.
In the past, people looked towards nature for clues to ever-changing weather patterns.
See? ^ ^ ^ the phrase there, an old sailor's ditty. Dates back to the era of SAILING ships! NO airplanes back then, no "chemtrails" (which don't
exist anyways). They were observed for centuries before aviation was invented.
This woman? I can only say, poor dear:
edit on Sun 29 January 2012 by ProudBird because: (no reason given)