reply to post by LightSpeedDriver
If you mean contrails, they have been researched thoroughly for decades. The reasons they form and the conditions required for them to be either short
lived, persisting, spreading, or not even form at all, are well understood by meteorologists, pilots etc.
If the trails in the sky look and behave exactly as we know contrails do, and exist at heights and in conditions where we know contrails do, then it
is reasonable to conclude they are contrails. There would need to be a reason to conclude they are something else, that is what is completely
Patents prove that people have considered such applications and thought enough about it to protect their idea, but there are thousands and thousands
of patents for things that were never actually made or used, so while they show intent, we still need to find the 'smoking gun'.
Other evidence has been offered in the form of defoliant ops in Vietnam and secret spraying ops in the UK and USA in the 50's, but actual study of
these shows them to be utterly different, being at low level and sometimes from ground based vehicles, never high altitude, and that these relatively
short lived experiments left traces that could be analysed, something else no Chemtrail has yielded in 15 years or so.
Would the govt lie? Yes.
Would the govt spray the populace if they though themselves justified? Yes again and they would do worse, we're not idiots.
Is it technically feasible to spray? Yes, but the actual potential results are debatable, for example, imagine all the kids that have urinated into
the ocean over the centuries, yet the ocean is not yellow, it is so vast that it makes no difference. The atmosphere is much vaster than the ocean.
Imagine an aeroplane spraying in relation to the size of he planet and the depth of the atmosphere........it's like emptying a salt shaker onto a
Which still leaves with the undeniable fact that every single trail matches what we know about contrails.
So why are people so utterly convinced that they are not? All of the theoretical hypotheses and speculative reasoning are just that, they don't
actually demonstrate anything real and factual. Yet people utterly believe it. It's not unreasonable to ask why.