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Originally posted by FlyInTheOintment
reply to post by Zaphod58/i]
It fascinates me that when it comes to chemtrails, an 'expert witness' need only have some minor involvement in aviation to be qualified to comment on this phenomenon and have his wisdom taken as gospel truth
My appointment with the DoD/CIA was so hush hush that they never told me I was 'in' or what I was supposed to do. How about yours?
For me, the lack of any evidence beyond supposition is just that, and not evidence that people who couldn't even keep a hooker in the White House secret have managed this for three decades :-D
In the grand scheme of things it is only a small minority of people who believe in chemtrails and it could even be said that an official response would lend the theory a credence it doesn't deserve. Can you imagine? "Look, chemtrails must be real, the UN has issued a denial. Why bother if it's not real?"
A basic understanding of science just doesn't apply here, unless understanding chemical compounds and how to test them is basic science to you.
Originally posted by Bleeeeep
reply to post by waynos
For sufficient credibility, I would look to university students, but I wouldn't rule out other independent labs.
A controlled environment implied an area where jet streams, and nearby manufacturing plants, and the alike, could be ruled out.
I do not think chasing planes around all day would be efficient nor insusceptible to nearby plants and smeared "data".
eta: In my original post, when I wrote "somebody needs to do something!", it was a nod to pop-culture - a meme sort of thing. I think the issue is important, but I am by no means, frantic about it.edit on 3/24/2013 by Bleeeeep because: (no reason given)