See why the have a website teaching about contrails? Some people would rather accept anecdotal theories than learn what they are talking about.
So if YOU never saw them, they must not have happened? That's really narrow-minded reasoning. I've never seen all kinds of things, but I know
these things exist.
I am a weather watcher, so have looked at the skies my entire life as well. I saw contrails then, and contrails now. I'm 51, so I've seen and
noticed and remembered contrails for over 40 years.
I have a telescope, too. The problem associated with telescopes today is not clouds, it's light pollution from cities who never go dark. Cloudy
skies have always been an issue with sky watching. It's nothing new.
Contrails are a known issue. It's why they are studied.....because they are there, and we need to know what their effects just might be. Beaches
draw people, people require transportation. There are a lot of planes where tourists go. Where there are a lot of planes, there will be lots of
contrails. If contrails bother people that much, perhaps they shouldn't fly.
Can you please cite where there is a 10 degree drop in temperature due to contrails? The global warming people need that info. And the cite for the
"can't tan anymore" statement. The skin cancer people would be interested, I'm sure.
Science is not a mantra. People who try and explain things using science will all present the same general information because we know facts are
facts, we know science and all it's laws do not change, we know what we were looking at when we noticed contrails before your claim, and we know
that better, cleaner engines and fuel make a difference. We also understand that technology changes, so the planes we know we saw when we were young
were not the same planes we see now.
Science studies are done on contrails to see their effect! We want to know all about contrails and what their effect really is. Not conjecture, not
suspicion, but actual studies. You should look some up. It's quite fascinating. A Bing search for "contrail studies -chemtrails (to exclude the
word "chemtrails") has 15,800 hits.
Choose one. Read it and figure out where all these scientists are getting it wrong, then come back and explain your reasoning. Be sure to present
theory, methodology, repeatability of everything, and peer review. It's what the studies have, and it's just not fair to expect any less.
As far as the "just SHUT UP", well......don't you think wrong information should be corrected? I sure do. Continuing to spread the "chemtrail"
theory is spreading wrong information. There are over 15,000 reasons that you are wrong.