posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 08:52 PM
reply to post by fourthmeal
First, how do you know there was no transponder? Because the video said so? Where did the FedEx pilots ever even react to the planes going by? They
Second, that was twice the FAA minimums when they went by. They are required to maintain 1,000 feet of vertical separation over 29,000 feet. If this
was 2,000 feet as the video claims, then there was more than enough room, and it wasn't a near miss, or even "extremely close" at any point.
Third, if this had been a near miss, you wouldn't have heard the FedEx pilots say "FedEx with a request" on the radio. You would have heard them
swearing, and seen them do a lot more than fly straight and level as the planes go by. They requested to descend to a lower altitude, most likely due
to wind, or turbulence at that flight level.
The question was raised, what will make skeptics believe? A lot better evidence than has ever been posted on here. No one has ever rented a plane
and taken samples of the trails. There is a Gulfstream I that is available for lease that has sampling equipment on board.
The samples taken from the ground prove nothing. I have pictures of coal power plants spewing out massive amounts of exhaust, that will put 1,000
times the amount of crap into the air than any plane is capable of putting out at altitude. The amount of weight that would have to be carried, to
spray any real amount of chemical is more than just about any plane in that video could carry, and it certainly is more than any plane could carry
that would leave the length of trail that people say are chemtrails.