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Note in the article that the military claims it only sprays sparingly and in small areas, yet the video I posted shows wide areas affected. They ADMIT they spray this crap, and yet people still come out and say it's nothing but ice crystals in the sky.
Wake up and smell the chaff, folks. They know it's probably a health danger but THEY DON'T CARE.
Normal? I don't think so.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by ~Lucidity
and the fact that it's only from YOUR perspective that this APPEARS to be happening and that someone standing on the other side of town wouldn't have that same perspecitve
Why have you rolled your eyes to this? I honestly thought you were smarter than this.
Here's a little experiment for you...
Stand under a roof in the shade, it's blocking the sun, now step out of the shade into the sun... Do you think the guy across town experienced the same thing as you just then? Of course not, so why do you believe what you said above?
THE USE OF ARTIFICIAL CONTRAILS TO INCREASE THE VISIBILITY OF AIRCRAFT.
Authors: James W. Miller; KRESGE EYE INST DETROIT MICH
Air-to-air visibility is discussed with regard to the possibility of using artificial contrails. It is emphasized that although the avoidance of mid-air collisions might be the single most important feature, the use of such contrails may be beneficial in numerous other situations. Experimental evidence obtained in the air, with the assistance of the U. S. Navy Blue Angels, demonstrated that the range of visibility, except for direct head-on courses, is increased from 6-8 miles to 20-24 miles by the use of rather thin white smoke. It is suggested that a smoke of greater density or a different color would increase this range even further. (Author)
I saw the YT Vid. Very nice! S&F for your awesome work...!
Originally posted by tracehd1
I live in great falls mt and last year I caught them spraying like a MF'ER .....I never cuss...but...they were....lol
Anyways... I filmed the whole thing and posted it on ATS...
I got a lot of...
Chemtrails....... You crazy....lol
Anyways... They were going balls to the wall what I filmed. There was as much as 3 planes in the same sky at the same time making X-patterns and grids.
I often wondered if they were putting X's up for satellites? X marks the spot????
If u want to see how bad it was you can find my chemtrails thread under me profile.... Errr right?
Anyways.... Ty for sharing. I wish we could organize a map of these events to possibly collect data and connect dots
Does that mean you are a debunker just for the hell of it, or a troll or a shill. I responded truthfully to your questions in another post earlier, and you disappeared, now you are back waffling to others, without a required response back to me.
There I think you have the balance about right. There is a problem with contrails, my assertion is that contrails are chemtrails in their own right. When you have secret formula in fuels, (additives) for a variety of reasons, it is impossible to determine what chemical processes are going on both inside an engine, at the exhaust, and when mixing with the air, plus the degredation of engines and engine parts, all of which contain heavy metals, and any possible chemical changes that might occur there. Some of those additives are crucial to safe flying, so it is not safe to assume for instance, that a road vehicle is quite the same.
I beg to differ, engine lubricants, and static dissipators, ( Stadis 450/Mr Sheen?) are proprietary products, they don't test for ingredient content, but for any adverse effects on the fuel itself. On the ground running engine testing is for particulates in the main, which is not the same as altitude engine running. Lubricators. "Lubricity additives are used to compensate for the poor lubricity of severely hydrotreated jet fuel. They contain a polar group that adheres to metal surfaces, forming a thin surface film of the additive. The film acts as a boundary lubricant when two metal surfaces come in contact (see page 6). These compounds are usually carboxylic acids, whose compositions are proprietary." Dissipators. "Electrical-Conductivity Additive Since the naturally poor electrical conductivity of jet fuel (see page 10) presents a potential safety hazard in certain circumstances, additives have been developed that improve the fuel’s conductivity. Conductivity additives are often referred to as static dissipator additives (SDA).When the additive is used, the conductivity of the fuel must be between 50 and 450 CU at the point of delivery into the aircraft. The only additive currently approved for use in jet fuel is Stadis®450, whose composition is proprietary" Some researchers do attempt to find out contents, google this, Dinonylnaphthylsulfonic acid - Wikipedia, (the wiki links are a bit of a pig) I hope this helps.