reply to post by JAsay1LOVE
i understand and respect the fact every plane created is cataloged and tagged, but just because that is standard, who is to say that through
black budgets and compartmentalization a fleet, or several, planes could be constructed and put in use, without having to follow the standard
"Compartmentalization" is an over-used idea on this topic. And, just where do these "fleets" come from?
Did you know that there are hundreds, thousands of dedicated aviation hobbyists and enthusiasts all over the world who are always watching just about
every aspect of aviation? If you have heard of railroad fans, or "RailFans" and "Trainspotting" hobbies, then this is similar.
Just search the InterWebs, there are a slew of sites dedicated to the hobby and these are devoted fans, usually.
is just one example....maybe one of the largest.
So, when it comes to the idea of "compartmentalization", there is no way that such a massive undertaking, as suggested by the many who point to
every contrail and call it a "chemtrail" would have you believe, without a huge participation by man, many diverse people. Someone would have
"talked" by now....if that large.
Further, it is suggested that "chemtrails" are Global....so this means that there would have to be many Governmental agencies, for each nation,
involved. Because, no one nation is going to be allowed to violate another's airspace (even a "friendly" ally nation) without authority.
Finally, there is the simple math. Any sufficient quantity of material to be "ejected" in some manner, yet still remain suspended (as contrails do)
and also exhibit all the normal behavior, and the same identical appearance as contrails.....well, it is only a contrail that can do that! In the
quantities seen, because that is all that they are.
I did this math example last week....will try to shorten it. Think logically about a contrail, that is claimed to be a "chemtrail". OK? Get out
the calculator, and play around with some numbers.....to get an idea of dimensions.
With me? A jet, in cruise, is moving at about 6 to 8 miles per minute, generally. Looking up at a contrail (alleged "chemtrail") that is
formed....say you observe the jet for 10 minutes. Now, you have a "trail" between 60 to 80 miles long, right? Now, to see it from where you are on
the ground, work out its other dimensions...how wide do you reckon? 100 feet? 200 feet? It will also have one more dimension --- thickness
Plug in various numbers, and then calculate the various sizes in cubic feet. Maybe you will begin to see the problem.....because then
you will have to determine what sort of "material" can be carried up, in sufficient quantities, to be as opaque as observed, and exhibit the
It helps if you also pay attention to the payload capabilities, too. Even the USAF KC-135 tankers only have a payload capacity of about 83,000
pounds. (Remember, a lot of the weight in an airplane is accounted for by the fuel it requires in order to keep its engines running, for the total
Now, if you can find a fleet of 747s that are "unaccounted" for....they have a pretty high payload capacity, in addition to their fuel for
propulsion....upwards of 200,000 pounds is possible.....but of course, the catch there is.....just where is this "fleet"??