posted on May, 20 2013 @ 02:37 PM
It is just one man's opinion, based on his flawed reasoning of looking for facts on the internet.
He's not an "official", he's a specialist. They are not the same thing. Had he been an "official", he would have been more likely to provide
proof of his assertions, not just observation and lore learned on the internet.
Did he ask a aviation expert about the plumes? No, he found a "chemtrail expert" on the internet.
Did he ask a meteorologist about the clouds? No, he found a "chemtrail expert" on the internet.
Did he run tests? Apparently not, as he would have supplied facts. So his claims are from the internet and the "chemtrail expert."
Did he research? Apparently not, as he would have supplied facts. So his claims are from the internet and the "chemtrail expert."
How do I know? This statement: "...other mystery chemicals (because testing can’t be done for everything)."
Yes everything can be tested and is done by many people all of the time. Surely someone with his background would know that. A spectrometer breaks
things down to the elements. Elements make up everything. That really blows any credibility this guy's experience might have given him clean out of
the water. A test will show everything, and the concentration of each thing within the sample. To think someone with chemical experience would say
that....well, it makes the whole thing questionable. To follow his logic, if a population using the same well all get sick. Tests are done for the
usual suspects. Nothing is found. So they just throw up their hands and say "Testing can't be done for everything."???!!!
Not freakin' likely.