posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 05:13 PM
reply to post by NONPOINT21
What a nice find!
And how really helpful it is to be able to have a conversation directly with one of the NASA atmospheric science team. I
noticed that he rather liberally interspersed his conversation with the word 'chemtrails' which didn't seem to have the same fantasy connotation to
him that it does to a number of people on ATS. He mentioned chemtrails several times and chemical release and hence, chemtrails.
The link in your second post is also a great find because the article specifically mentions a long white cloud over a number of states which was
predicted to persist for, perhaps, 20 minutes. This is well within the normal parameters of what persistence should ordinarily be.
I am, of course, against releasing lithium, in trace or volue, and all chemicals and structured particles into any part of the atmosphere because we
do not know anything much, as the NASA person himmself said, about the atmosphere and its' interactions with our planet. I also feel, of course,
that, looking at numerous past incidents, many of the chemicals that were once considered safe are, after about 40 or so years, declared toxic. And
that usually only happens after much damage to persons, wildlife, plant life and waterways has already been done.