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posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 09:21 PM
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My point is,
it is the airlines doing the fear mongering.
Not the Joe blow with a few copper pipes pointed in the air.




posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 09:24 PM
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And Network dude you were right,
even if we don't agree most times.

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posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 09:31 PM
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The real evil of our times,
is the ones that try to control what we do as commerce,
and what we think.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 09:38 PM
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What I saw here is a group of people that fear,
what people may do with copper pipes,
and want all people to declare what,
you plan on doing with copper pipe.
Ridicule of neighbors,
always leads to unjust laws and control.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 09:46 PM
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Really? Will it create fear? Why not contact one of the con merchants, er I mean 'scientific suppliers' and see if any of their airmail shipments have been refused and offloaded?

www.chem-buster.com...

Truly amazing what the gullible and naive will waste their time and money on.

Look how effective they are. It just literally zaps them out of the sky!




Of course the light aircraft at the end is the 'gooberment' chembuster surveillance aircraft. Their spraying operation was messed up so they have to track down the chembusting devices.
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posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 09:49 PM
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The only argument I have at this time with the device build is,
scrappers may come and steal his copper,
and cash in,
before he gets to with his experiment.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 09:51 PM
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Originally posted by Rudy2shoes
My point is,
it is the airlines doing the fear mongering.


In what way?


Not the Joe blow with a few copper pipes pointed in the air.


"Joe" is the one saying there is something dangerous "out here" - not the airlines.

what's more "Joe" can't actualy provide any verifiableevidence that his claims are true - the Airlines can provide verifiable evidence that they are making contrails that are a well known phenomena that does nothing like what Joe claims they do.

So I reckon you are completely wrong about who is fearmongering - Joe is the only one creating any fear.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 09:56 PM
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Originally posted by tommyjo
reply to post by Rudy2shoes
 


Really? Will it create fear? Why not contact one of the con merchants, er I mean 'scientific suppliers' and see if any of their airmail shipments have been refused and offloaded?

www.chem-buster.com...

Truly amazing what the gullible and naive will waste their time and money on.

Look how effective they are. It just literally zaps them out of the sky!






I asked for proof of one being shipped, on a plane,
you respond with a backyard video?

Show me proof I can order a chemtrail buster via air freight,
simple request yes or no.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 09:58 PM
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reply to post by Rudy2shoes
 


L
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my main concern is finding a dead, from a burst of DOR radiation, junkie on my property
when the price of copper went up at the local scrap yards to over 3$/lb peoples pipes water meters and bronze statues started being stolen in epidemic proportions, including idiots trying to hacksaw through high tension wires with the predictable results.



good and insightful posts, though you might want to work on consolidating them

that said the con-trollers do seem to have upped the ante
as for sylphs having gone on the wild hunt with them a few times gaul's "sky fairies" is so much blather that leaves me feeling meh


he makes the major mistake of confusing his own hilarity with everyone else
unless he's using [and badly at that] the mirroring technique fro NLP



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:00 PM
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Originally posted by Rudy2shoes
So the debunkers are laughing at this device,
but I feel if it was shipped,
on an airplane,
the simple declaration of its purpose,
may ban it as cargo on a plane.
Show me proof the OP could ship this to his friends on a plane,
with its stated purpose.


Show me proof that it fits any description of dangerous goods!

AFAIK Coppeer pipe, crystals and steel wool are not dangerous goods

Here is the FAA page for passengers on dangerous goods, and specifically the PDF poster/bruchure (900kb) - I can't see any reason why the materials to make a *buster would be considered dangerous goods.

I invite you to do some research yourself on your own question rather than insiting that it is always up to other people to prove you wrong - how about you prove yourself right for a change??

How about you ask these guys if they ever ship by air for example, or this guy if he ever did so. Or these folks if they'll ship you the crystals by air.

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posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:04 PM
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Something like this in a picture.



However, the picture just shows only a cloudbuster.

What I'm using is a low-powered version of it called a chembuster. Designed so that artificially created cloud can have no effect on the atmosphere. I'm using a solid-state material instead of a liquid-state like water as a base for all that energy to go somewhere.

It works, but it's sad to say that I'm the only one around here (known on my account) that actually does this stuff.

Just really stand stuff, nothing too impressive.

But if you want impressive, there are more things you can do with a cloudbuster but that will have to be saved for another time.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:05 PM
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Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul

Originally posted by Rudy2shoes
My point is,
it is the airlines doing the fear mongering.


In what way?


Not the Joe blow with a few copper pipes pointed in the air.


"Joe" is the one saying there is something dangerous "out here" - not the airlines.

what's more "Joe" can't actualy provide any verifiableevidence that his claims are true - the Airlines can provide verifiable evidence that they are making contrails that are a well known phenomena that does nothing like what Joe claims they do.

So I reckon you are completely wrong about who is fearmongering - Joe is the only one creating any fear.


If I was wrong the Airlines would be offering chemtrail believer coupons,
ship your your chemtrail buster for half price.
But all I see is,
it has to be shut down,
airlines fear it,
silence the talk,
same as you doing are now.
If it was a joke they would invite the believers,
and take advantage of them and their money.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:06 PM
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Originally posted by DerepentLEstranger
reply to post by Rudy2shoes
 


as for sylphs having gone on the wild hunt with them a few times gaul's "sky fairies" is so much blather that leaves me feeling meh


So you've hunted for them and what - found them? not found them? My recent remarks have travelled back in time and affected your success???


he makes the major mistake of confusing his own hilarity with everyone else
unless he's using [and badly at that] the mirroring technique fro NLP


well as long you're not indulging in ridicule, ad homs, deflections, projection,and harmful information I gues that's OK.




posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:07 PM
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I've just provided you with a link and a supplier in the UK. They list airmail. I'm sure that they have had lots of gullible people in Europe and beyond that have bought them and were shipped by airmail? Why not do some in-depth research and contact them. That is why I supplied the link. Just think of the marketing waffle they could add to the advertising? "So effective the airlines won't allow them as air-freight"



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:07 PM
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Try it then.

If you say that I'm a snake oil salesmen, then try it. The instructions are laid bare for all to see, and so far all people like you do is talk about the problem, not the solution.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:08 PM
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Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul

Originally posted by Rudy2shoes
So the debunkers are laughing at this device,
but I feel if it was shipped,
on an airplane,
the simple declaration of its purpose,
may ban it as cargo on a plane.
Show me proof the OP could ship this to his friends on a plane,
with its stated purpose.


Show me proof that it fits any description of dangerous goods!

AFAIK Coppeer pipe, crystals and steel wool are not dangerous goods

Here is the FAA page for passengers on dangerous goods, and specifically the PDF poster/bruchure (900kb) - I can't see any reason why the materials to make a *buster would be considered dangerous goods.

I invite you to do some research yourself on your own question rather than insiting that it is always up to other people to prove you wrong - how about you prove yourself right for a change??

How about you ask these guys if they ever ship by air for example, or this guy if he ever did so. Or these folks if they'll ship you the crystals by air.

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Turn it around same as the airlines would.
If I wanted to ship one they would make me prove it is safe.
I can not even get toothpaste for proper hygiene on a plane,
let alone something that has copper pipes.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:09 PM
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Originally posted by Rudy2shoes
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If I was wrong the Airlines would be offering chemtrail believer coupons,
ship your your chemtrail buster for half price.


why would they bother? they will ship your thingimie-bob for the price they charge for that weight and volume - why do they care about your fantasy as long as it is legal to ship and you pay the money.



But all I see is,
it has to be shut down,
airlines fear it,
silence the talk,


Where has an airline done that?


same as you doing are now.


How am I shutting you down??



If it was a joke they would invite the believers,
and take advantage of them and their money.


they will certainly take your money - go spend it shipping *busters all over the countryside & see how much it costs.
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posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:10 PM
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reply to post by creatives
 


Ethers, dude.

Kind of like when your walking and you want to stop all of a sudden then you feel a force behind you that pushes you forward and you have to push back to really stop.

Gain speed, and they move with you and push on you at the same time.

Just a simple example.



posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:12 PM
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Originally posted by Rudy2shoes
[Turn it around same as the airlines would.
If I wanted to ship one they would make me prove it is safe.


Yep - they will check it against their dangerous goods manual.


I can not even get toothpaste for proper hygiene on a plane,


Yes you can - stop making up stupid stories!!
(link is to an airport page on carrying liquids onboard a/c that refelcts the common system these days)


let alone something that has copper pipes.


Well no - if you want to carry it in the cabin you are definitely going to have some problems....but if you want to carry it as checked baggage or send it as cargo then I see no reason why not. unlessyou can find something in the dangerous goods regulations?

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posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 10:14 PM
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Originally posted by FreedomCommander
reply to post by creatives
 

Kind of like when your walking and you want to stop all of a sudden then you feel a force behind you that pushes you forward and you have to push back to really stop.


that would be called "momentum"





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