posted on Oct, 12 2012 @ 06:29 PM
Originally posted by ZombieJesus
They're only subjective if your only observation is visual.
The weather sounding observations are not subjective.
Also, surface maps aren't subjective.
Well, again i do want to reiterate i don't personally believe in Chemtrails, nor do i overwhelmingly not believe them.
To play devils advocate, just for the sake of the debate, couldn't one who does believe in Chemtrails and their effect on the weather still use that
data to support their stance?
If they believe Chemtrails will encourage cloud formation or precipitation, then you would need a combination of all those things as well as visual
observations before the numbers changed to suggest them forming. Observing contrails before the numbers say they're coming ect.
Some might argue that the Chemtrails could be used to "lead" weather formations in certain directions. Changing those numbers along the way.
But again, i'm not saying i believe that. Do you know if anyone has tracked contrail formation, those numbers, and kept a history of the time frame
of all of their appearances?
I do agree most chemtrail enthusiasts rely solely on visual observation, which i think most agree is too limited to really hold it's ground to