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So many people have just been saying that "Chemtrails don't exist" and then that's the end of it. Obviously they do, because there has been things put in motion that are being used for weather modification.
I just don't understand how people can blindly follow what they are told, even if it doesn't make any sense what so ever. They just assume that since some authority figure told them, that it's true.
One thing that I have to mention, is that a heavy spray day looks something like this. 2.bp.blogspot.com... or this thegreaterpicture.com... Here is a comparison of contrails and chemtrails, 1.bp.blogspot.com...
Obviously there is a difference, I don't know how many of you actually watch the skies when you go outside, if anyone even goes outside anymore but if you do, you'll notice somedays the skies are completely clear, and then others the skies are full of white puffy chemtrails, and then right next to it will be a jet leaving a regular contrail that dissipates as it flies. What differentiates the two trails, one lingers in the sky and spreads out for hours, while the other fades away.
Altitude difference has nothing to do with it, because you can see it occurring at any point in the atmosphere.
Weather modification is real, Weather Modification Bill
S. 517 (109th): Weather Modification Research and Development Policy Authorization Act of 2005 Introduced: Mar 03, 2005 (109th Congress, 2005–2006) Sponsor: Sen. Kay Hutchison [R-TX] Status: Died (Reported by Committee)
As for HAARP, If I believe correctly, even nations in Europe are getting uneasy at the fact we are using this technology. They are afraid of the effects it could have on our planet. If there was nothing to worry about, no one would be worried, but that's not the case.
Interest in the ionosphere is not limited to the US: a five-country consortium operates the European Incoherent Scatter Radar site (EISCAT), a premier ionosphere research facility located in northern Norway near Tromso. Facilities also are located at Jicamarca, Peru; near Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod ("SURA") and Apatity, Russia; near Kharkov, Ukraine and in Dushanbe, Tadzhikistan. All of these installations have as their primary purpose the study of the ionosphere, and most employ the capability of stimulating to a varying degree small, localized regions of the ionosphere in order to study methodically, and in a detailed manner what nature produces randomly and regularly on a much larger scale. HAARP is unique to most existing facilities due to the combination of a research tool which provides electronic beam steering, wide frequency coverage and high effective radiated power collocated with a diverse suite of scientific observational instruments.
Originally posted by stars15k
reply to post by TheMagus
Scott Stevens in NOT a meteorologist. He didn't finish even the first 4 years of study and to claim that title you need about 4 years post-grad.
He is a TV weatherman. Or at least he was until he resigned after the station he worked for discovered he had padded his credentials...a lot.
"...Stevens Lied on His Resume"
In a statement read during Tuesday's 6 p.m. broadcast, David Lynch, vice president and general manager, said WRGB ``hired Scott Stevens to be chief meteor-ologist based on faulty information provided by Scott'' and his agency. WRGB subsequently learned that ``Scott has never completed the necessary academic course of studies that would lead him to the official title of meteorologist,'' according to the statement read by anchorwoman JoAnne Purtan. Lynch's statement emphasized that Stevens' allegedly false presentation of his credentials and the station's concern for its integrity was the issue, not Stevens' performance. ``During his time at WRGB, Scott Stevens has done a superb job of forecasting the weather. His knowledge of meteorology and his broadcasting experience have provided him with the background to serve you well,'' the statement said. Meteorologist Steve LaPointe will replace Stevens on the 5, 6, 6:30 and 11 p.m. broadcasts, the station announced. When contacted Tuesday night, Stevens, 28, an Idaho native, said he never lied about not completing his bachelor's degree at the University of Kansas. He said he plans to finish his degree, which he originally put on the back burner in favor of a television job. ``As a 22-year-old, when you get a good job offer, that's what talks. My priorities weren't right,'' he said. He contends that his resignation was forced by a technicality; namely, the credentials required to be a meteorologist. ``Meteorologist is a very vague term . . . and then when you get into television on top of that, it adds another whole mix into it,'' he said. ``It's television. It's different than academia. They're buying a personality. They're buying talent. That's what the TV game is about. It's about people,'' Stevens continued. He said he has no immediate plans. ``I wasn't thinking about looking for work, to be honest with you. It's time to gather the thoughts, and goals and mind, and go on.''
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Clear Air Mode:
When there’s no precipitation in the area, it’s common for the radar to be operating in what is called “clear air mode.” In this mode, the radar is scanning more slowly so that it can be more sensitive and pick up much weaker returns. This allows it to see more details and detect finer particles in the atmosphere, including things like dust and insects.
a thread you were on, but here you are again, slinging the same slanderous one-sided BS.
Originally posted by TheMagus
i'm a college dropout myself, doesn't mean i can't solve a differential equation, solve a linear algebra problem or a chemical equation.
Originally posted by Erich94
You can see the obvious altitude difference in this picture. If I believe correctly, jet contrails form above 33,000 feet when the hot engine exhaust condenses ice into vapor trails.