hello freinds i'm from denmark this is my first thread i hope your all like it
Today I have realized that chemtrails exist
it started with that I woke up this beautiful morning
with a beautiful blue sky without clouds, but then later in the day did
I noticed that the aircraft made the big long white track behind them
and it has pass away all day and now they block almost to the sun
and there have been many more flights today than there used to be and
one can clearly see chemtrails for aircraft
ps I took some pictures, is there anyone who will tell me how to put pictures in the thread
Now, see, you just can't say that, because you can't prove it.
chemtrails are entirely possible. i'm still waiting for verified evidence myself, or at least a single, 1 single, photo that isn't a contrail for
Anyways, OP, if you intend to get anything done here, do yourself a favor and go read up on contrails for a few minutes, that way to are better
educated and will be able to base your opinion on something.
My 2 cents? You probably have some nice photos of normal contrails just like everyone else who heard about "chemtrails" and overnight, started
seeing them everywhere.
You are wrong. The military sprays something called "chaff". They admit they spray it. The government accounting office (GAO) has public records
which show just how much of this crap the military purchases yearly.
The Southeast U.S. has been plagued the past couple days by "military chaff" -- groupings of millions of tiny fibers released by aircraft. This
has been going on ever since radar was invented (in fact it can be a way to disrupt foreign aviation radar). You see it show up during clear weather
every week or two, and since I've blogged about radar anomalies before, I'm surprised to realize that I haven't talked about this one. Here's a
radar shot from southern Georgia and northern Florida yesterday afternoon, overlaid onto a 3-D radar image:
Please note this report from the GAO addressing concerns over the environmental harm done by chaff:
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Department of Defense's (DOD) use of chaff and its long-term effects on the environment,
(1) the extent and locations of chaff use; (2) its reported known and potential effects; and (3) the initiatives being taken or considered to address
chaff's unintended effects.
GAO noted that: (1) chaff is used worldwide in conjunction with military training, testing, and other assigned missions;
(2) in fiscal year (FY) 1997, the Air Force reported using about 1.8 million bundles worldwide, Navy and Marine Corps aircraft used more than 354,000
bundles and 593 rolls, and Navy combat ships used about 10,000 large bundles;
(3) DOD records indicate that FY 1998 inventories include more than 37 million bundles and more than 141,000 rolls of chaff;
(4) the Air Force holds about 77 percent of the bundles, while the Navy and Marine Corps hold all the rolls;
(5) the Army has some mission needs but possesses and uses little chaff in peacetime training or testing;
(6) while DOD components report that chaff is an effective means of defense for aircraft, ships, and related weapons systems, DOD and other agencies
have identified some unintended and potential side effects of chaff; (7) chaff can affect safety by interfering with air traffic control radar;
(8) chaff can also affect weather radar observations and the operation of friendly radar systems, especially when vehicles stir up chaff that has
settled on the ground;
(9) the services have a number of ongoing initiatives to address concerns about the unintended and potential effects of chaff;
(10) for example, DOD has entered into or is negotiating agreements with other federal agencies to address issues related to commercial air safety,
weather forecasting, and environmental impacts on public lands;
(11) also, the Navy has started a program to develop degradable chaff that is estimated to cost about 40 percent more than the current chaff;
(12) while intended as beneficial, the Navy has not yet defined the operational and environmental benefits that could result from this program;
(13) notwithstanding DOD's actions, some concerns continue to be raised by the public and federal agencies about the potentially harmful or
undesirable effects of chaff on the environment;
(14) also, some of DOD's studies cite additional areas where questions have been raised about the unintended effects of chaff;
(15) DOD has not systematically followed up on these questions or on the recommendations of these reports to determine whether they merit additional
(16) DOD continues to retain lead-based chaff in its inventory even though this type of chaff has not been manufactured since 1987 and is reportedly
no longer in use.
Once you know what to look for, you can search on the internet and come up with tens of thousands of hits about how the military uses chaff, why it
uses it, and one can also read between the lines that the military uses a great deal more of it than what they admit.
Chemtrails are real. The military admits it. Everybody seems to know it except for the poor schmucks on the ground who don't want to believe that
we are being dosed with crap that can cause mesothelioma (lung cancer, due to the tiny fibers burrowing in the lungs), asthma, and Alzheimer's
Also note that Monsanto and the USDA is creating GMO crops to grow in high aluminum environments: farmwars.info...
"Chaff" is no secret, you are right about that. But it is not what is being described as 'chemtrails'! Persistent spreading contrails are being
described as 'chemtrails,' chaff is not visible from the ground.
Edit: Also, aluminum has been a problem in soil for more than 100 years, you are aware it is a naturally occurring element, yes?
5/24/12 by adeclerk because: (no reason given)
Now, see, you just can't say that, because you can't prove it.
Sort of depends upon what you consider "proof" - the total and complete lack of any verifiable evidence is good enough
evidence of absence that chemtrails do not exist for me.
chemtrails are entirely possible.
Indeed - and have been since soon after aircraft started flying.
But you'd think that 15 years of spraying "something" into the sky would result in some sort of concrete evidence existing - some chemical analysis
of trails, some whistleblower able to take the stand, some equipment fitted to aircraft, or operating instructions or chemicals that get added to
fuel, some spraying apparatus, some maintenance instructions for the spraying apparatus, some "unexplained" trucks taking chemicals to
My 2 cents? You probably have some nice photos of normal contrails just like everyone else who heard about "chemtrails" and overnight,
started seeing them everywhere.
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