posted on Dec, 31 2012 @ 06:29 AM
reply to post by Robiam
You say they add aluminium to fuel as if it is fact that you know for certain. How so?
This PDF gives the composition of jet fuel on page 24, no aluminium. So why do you believe that?
Also, I think if these sort of tests you mention really did exist there would be a huge scandal all over the media, look at the major chemical plant
expose's we have had, particularly the Erin Brokovich story that became a movie. How come the scandalous exposé claims in the What and Why In the
World are they Spraying movies have stayed firmly within the conspiracy theorist realm. Could it be because they are nonsense?
IMO, the sheeple are the ones who read reports on Chemtrail sites and immediately think they are being given a secret truth, rather than being led
along by the nose by people with an agenda. I guess that it's easier to think that all the worlds press, scientists and media are in on the same scam
than to think that websites whose sole existence is to promote chemtrail conspiracies have a vested interest in roping in the gullible.
I found this principle illustrated starkly in another thread on here recently where my own exhortation to a member to read all possible sources, cross
check them and see what they think about all the evidence was followed by a particularly vehement pro-chemtrailer writing along the lines of "ignore
everything the sceptics say, read MY links" which he then included in his post. So transparent, so desperate. The idea that anyone would do their own,
wide ranging research and apply critical thinking terrifies them. They only want you to read what they give you. That alone makes me particularly
sceptical, for I am no sheep and will not be told what I must read and must not.
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