posted on Jun, 8 2012 @ 08:56 AM
reply to post by mortalha
Absolutely, there can be no doubt that an aerial spraying operation is technically feasible, and has been for a very long time.
However, the mere possibility of it, isn't in any way indicative that spraying is actually happening. The biggest obstacle in the way of Chemtrail
theory is simp,y that every single thing so far purported to be chemtrails, has been something else. That something else always seems to be contrails
left by commercial flights.
The root of Chemtrail theory would appear to be long visible trails in the sky, this largely seems to be based on a belief that normal aircraft
contrails like this shouldn't loiter in the sky for hours and shouldn't spread out to form a layer of cloud and that it is a recent phenomenon (the
mid 1990's is most often given as the starting point)
This belief is entirely wrong and persisting spreading aircraft contrails, formed and supported by prevailing atmospheric conditions, have been
observed, and noted and studied, since before WW2.
I am entirely convinced that an aerial spraying operation could be carried out, but contrails aren't it.
edit on 8-6-2012 by waynos because: (no reason given)