posted on Apr, 27 2013 @ 06:42 PM
When you take samples from multiple fuel tanks from multiple airports and test them in multiple labs, and then show contamination or find separate
tanks inside all commercial planes that are loaded with contaminates, then maybe there will be something to talk about. The world has enough
misinformed people who believe anything they don't understand is something bad or evil. The truth is, it is almost always just the person is too
ignorant to understand, often on many levels. Duping the ignorant and suspicious individual is easy.
Looking at contrails and saying" there's a lot more of them than before" shows nothing. All that means is that people just don't realize that most
planes today fly much higher than they did even 15 years ago. Fifty years ago, altitudes routinely reached today were uncommon even for military
aircraft. When you get to high enough altitudes, contrails naturally form. Saying "this one dispersed rapidly and that one didn't, so it's a
chemtrail" also says nothing and is proof of nothing. Dispersal rates of contrails depend a great deal on locally uneven wind speed/direction and the
ambient humidity along many miles of the contrail.
Samples taken from near the ground are from air near the ground and also prove nothing except that maybe your location is polluted by all the
chemicals emitted from homes, restaurants, traffic, and factories. If there were contaminants released at 30 to 50 thousand feet over your head,
they won't be coming down anywhere near you. If possible, planes make heavy use of tail wind to save fuel. How uniform that is has virtually nothing
at all to do with low altitude wind or weather.
Show the contamination in the fuel or in separate tanks feeding into the engines! Show how the fuel or tanks get their supposed contaminant loads.
Access to fuel is readily available to people who work with it. It doesn't take a huge sample. Go ask a mechanic to take photos of the (small) extra
tanks and sample the contents, if that is your belief. The planes are serviced all over the US, there is no excuse to not do that. Suspicion and
claims without honest evidence are worthless IMO, and people who believe this type of claim without any real evidence are IMO ignorant, gullible, or
edit on 27-4-2013 by BayesLike because: (no reason given)