posted on Feb, 16 2013 @ 04:08 PM
reply to post by Phage
Here's why I'm relating this back to chem trails: chem trails are a phenomenon that occurs in the sky, and there has been much speculation as to
what their purpose is. Meteors are also a phenomenon that occurs in the sky. That's the connection.
To say that flying through a chem trail is the same as flying through a cloud, implies that they are identical. I don't believe a chem trail has the
same composition as a cloud.
Most of what I have read and watched about chem trails talks about high aluminum and barium content in the trails, hence the reason I mentioned
If you have a hot meteor entering the atmosphere, and it makes contact with a layer of aluminum particles, it could heat up the aluminum to ignition
temperature, thereby causing the meteor to burn up sooner than normal.
I'm not stating that this is the case, but putting the theory out there. I acknowledge that the entire chem trail subject is based on speculation,
but that is our only option, since we are not being told anything. What we do know for certain is the skies are being sprayed with something.