I'm no advocate of the whole 'chemtrail' phenom at all. But increased air traffic is definitely altering the weather. I live under a busy
trans-atlantic air corridor and many a fine clear day is spoiled by expanding contrails. This became really evident when that Icelandic volcano
grounded flights a couple of years ago. We had lovely blue skies for a week or two. Personally I don't see a conspiracy, I've watched an endless
stream of commercial jets go over on any given day and depending on conditions the contrails either dissipate rapidly or linger and form a thin
overcast. We(my friend and I) one day watched them with a telescope for a few hours and confirmed every one of them as commercial passenger flights,
which leads me to surmise that if, and that's a big if
, they were actually spraying something it must be in huge tanks on the aircraft and
there is zero evidence that, for example, British Airways jets are sporting large heavy tanks of (insert whatever nefarious substance) and nobody such
as ground crew or even passengers are noticing it.
And no, there cannot be stuff mixed into the fuel because A: jet fuel is very pure and goes through a series of 2 micron filters whilst being loaded
during flight, B: the fuel burns at such high temperatures, C: the amount of material needed to spray a large area probably exceeds(in
ratio) the amount of fuel in the tanks anyways.
edit on 7-5-2012 by seabhac-rua because: (no reason given)