posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 04:07 PM
reply to post by Bleeeeep
How much of an authority would do for you?
They have websites dedicated to contrails, and freely passes out posters of different clouds.
Both have been mentioned here on ATS quite often. And both are routinely blasted as disinformation and propaganda.
The problem with what you are asking is that any expert produced by me or the other sciencephiles here on ATS are accused of being a part of the dread
"them" out to get "us."
Belief in "chemtrails" seems to include the belief that those who do not are an automatic distrusted enemy. The reverse also seems true: If you
believe in "chemtrails", you are "awake", "aware", and therefore trustworthy.
Case in point: On Mythbusters, they take the time to go to the experts, learn and share the science behind what they do, and present facts,
measurements, failures, sources...they really go all out, looking for the truth behind the stories they present. On a lead-in to a "viewer's
choice" episode, the comment was made that someone suggested the story about chemicals being put into the white lines behind aircraft, and it was
rejected. They were blasted by believers.
At about the same time, the Artist former known as the Artist formerly known as Prince, mentioned in a talk show segment about "chemtrails." He was
applauded by believers.
Now, I'm not really into celebrity endorsement or worship of any kind, but think that the people at "Mythbusters" would be a much better place to
get some science knowledge than an odd musician.
But what do I know? I am routinely outed as DoD and CIA.