posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 01:46 PM
Originally posted by Bleeeeep
Eliminating predefined variables is basically the same thing as a hypothesis and is fundamental to the scientific method, isn't it?
Not really, a hypothesis is just a posh word for a guess. You can hypothesise about what you are looking at/for, but you can only eliminate stuff by
actual testing and results.
I think that spraying any chemical from a plane/jet, in order to have it secretly and adversely manipulate the people or the
environment, should count as a chemtrail.
Well such things as that are well known to have actually occurred, you will never get me arguing against that, but chemtrails are defined as the long
lasting trails seen high in the sky and so are quite specific.
And your other points are just the same things we already went over, and we will just have to call it a stalemate, unless you have something
new to persuade me with. (no offense of course) I just don't want to keep repeating myself.
Yes, we can just agree to differ on this and avoid going round in circles, thanks for the thoughtful and polite debate
edit on 26-3-2013
by waynos because: (no reason given)