posted on Mar, 11 2012 @ 01:25 AM
I have to say I'm on the fence when it comes to the geoengineering subject. Beautiful shots, though, OP, and well done on the documentation in whole.
I must educate myself more on the subject before I can say I lean one way or the other, but...
To the disbelievers: is it not possible that the government is pursuing such activity behind closed doors? If these are government planes, is it not
possible that fuel-additives could exist and are to blame for these prolonged trails? Do we have anyone here in the ATS community that has a
connection that, or maybe they, themselves, works in the production of the jet fuel utilized by the government who could say one way or the other?
Even then, if this is "classified" information, could you really trust said sources?
On another note, as an analogy, so please don't jump my bones for being off-topic, but isn't there an absence of "direct" physical proof of
gravity? There's enough "supporting" evidence to reveal it as more than likely a fact of reality, though, right?
So to the inquisitive minds, I say find that supporting evidence seeing as there's a mountain of difficulty obtaining direct evidence. I've seen no
direct evidence one way or the other, but both sides of the argument make sense. Regardless, reality doesn't always have to make sense, correct?
I have indeed seen evidence of geoengineering development research that would include the use of spraying chemicals or metals when put in use. I also
understand that there are many common individuals that would more than likely be terrified by the thought of the government conducting such
activity, so it wouldn't surprise me to learn that they're keeping it under wraps. If they are, though, I have trouble believing it is with
Finally, to all, proclaiming something that is unproven as truth and to then completely write off a new, opposing idea (and it's supportive evidence)
is the definition of "close-minded," which, without the cold-hard facts behind your claim is close-minded ignorance. The motto here is "deny
ignorance," is it not? I'm pretty sure that doesn't mean to be ignorant and in denial....