reply to post by BewilderedandAmused
I am alarmed at how many people DO believe in chemtrails, so I guess we are never going to agree, however, here goes.
Firstly, the three images.
The first shows contrails from what looks very much like a racetrack holding pattern, yo see these when aircraft are holding at altitude awaiting
clearance to approach an airport and land and I have also witness them from RAF Boeing Sentry AEW aircraft patrolling over Lincolnshire and the North
Sea. As that is two perfectly normal reasons to see such a pattern, that I have personally witnessed, why should I think that photo is anything to do
The second image rather obviously dispalys an icing spray nozzle mounted in the rear boom of a KC-135 tanker, so while it is indeed a spray nozzle, it
has a definite purpose of spraying water over aircraft on test to see how they react in wet and icy conditions, here below is an image of it in use on
an F-22 test, note also how the resulting spray is very thin and looks nothing like the thick bulbous contrails that get called chemtrails
Third image is a cloud.
Finally, here is a graphic on a HAARP page showing the atmosphere. The light blue area at the bottom is the Troposhpere, the very top of this blue
area is where airliners fly and where trails form, about 6 miles up.
The green area on the graphic is the ionosphere where HAARP operates and it BEGINS at 50 miles high, how on earth do you suppose these 'chemtrails'
are any use to that, 44 miles too low and with the ozone layer between them?
So every single piece of evidence provided in your post can be shown to be wrong (except the cloud, but you can SEE its a cloud
Its vacuous, ill-thought out stuff like this that makes me believe that chemtrails themselves are nothing but fiction, for no actual real evidence
edit to add, on my photobucket album that photo is quite small at 600 x 600, I don't know why it appears so massive here, sorry.
11-9-2012 by waynos because: (no reason given)