Originally posted by Sly1one
reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
Contrails exist...does that mean 100% of all trails are contrails?
No - but if you think something that looks and behaves just like a contrail is nto a contrail then you should probably have some good evidence to
support your conclusion - wouldnt' you agree?
Obviously not since they admit to cloud seeding...in which case a cloud seeding plane's trail wouldn't necessarily be just a contrail now would
It wouldn't be a contrail at all - it doesn't look or behave just like a contrail - it is obviously different - why would you call it a "contrail" in
the first place?
Crop dusters? those contrails too? I would consider the trail behind a crop duster a "chem-trail"...
but chemtrails are not jsut any chemical trail in eth atmosphere - no matter how much yo might like them to be so that you can say chemtrails
chemtrails are secret for starters - crop dusting and cloud seeding are not.
chemtrails supposedly hang around for long periods of time - again cloud seeding and crop dusting dose not.
chemtrails aer supposedly sprayed at high altitude from airliners on sunny days - again crop dusting and cloud seeding is not done like this.
Contrails doesn't disprove the possibility of chem-trails...the science behind contrails isn't in refute...
some of it is - for example many chemtrail believers think that contrails cannot last fo hours, and cannot spread out and expand to "become" cirrus
it boils down to figuring out the identifiable differences between contrails, and chem-trails and what exactly the chem-trails are of...to do
that would require some transparency that isn't available...
it would help to have some evidence that chemtrails exist in the first place - it's a pretty cruicial first step to take!
If you want to include cloud seeding and crop dusting as chemtrails then for the sake of discussion we can easily see the difference betwen them and
contrails - there is no lack of transparency there - the differences are obvious.
Also they are obvious with fuel dumping and usually also from water dumping from drain masts and APU contrails - both of which are fairly rare.
So those aer som "chemtrails" that AER quite easily distinguished - no need to guess about them.
That just leaves us with the much more common variety of "chemtails" - the ones coming from engines, with a gap befoer they form, that look and behave
exactly liek contrails.
and when you leave people guessing of course they are going to fill in the blanks...
If it looks like a contrail, is generated in exactly the same manner as we know contrails are generated, and behaves exactly like a contrail, what is
the blank you think needs to be filled in?
edit on 16-10-2012 by Aloysius the Gaul because: (no reason given)