posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 12:03 PM
All this really shows is that NASA has a really nice scientist, trying to explain something to someone who is obviously not informed about much of
anything. He says "chemtrails", because she did.
But parsing the term to make it an admission of the conspiracy is just desperation. If you believe all "chemtrails" have to be delivered by rockets
into the ionosphere, okay. But to claim a connection to planes leaving white lines in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere, miles lower is
And the only mention of "chemtrails" is in the video, not the article. If you read "chemical marker" as "chemtrail", you are wrong again. The
amount released he says can be seen by special equipment. Then it will be dispersed into the entire ionosphere. Ever hear the word "dilution"? A
tracer is only enough to detect. It will then mix with the rest of the ionosphere, all 176 billion cubic kilometers of it.
Anything in aerosol
in the ionosphere is not coming down to ground level for years, if it comes down at all.
Look up the difference in the ionosphere and flight altitude.
Really, it's just sad that you need to grasp at straws like this.