posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 03:38 PM
reply to post by Afterthought
My biggest problem with the chemtrail belief is that people that don't know anything about aircraft see something unusual, and instead of trying to
figure out what it was, they immediately jump to the conclusion that it's got to be a sprayer of some sort.
Aircraft are VERY sensitive to fuel additives, and their weight and balance. If you were to add the weight of chemicals to an aircraft, that means
less fuel, less cargo, and fewer passengers. That means that you're eating into the profit of an airline.
The military has a few "sprayer" aircraft, but they are used for icing tests. They have a special nozzle that is put onto the boom of a KC-135,
which sprays water onto a trailing plane causing icing, so that they can see what happens when icing occurs, so they can figure out ways to stop
Almost every "sprayer" aircraft I have seen, I have been able to disassemble the myth of it being a sprayer. Except for the one or two that really