posted on Dec, 11 2013 @ 09:36 AM
I think the debate would go a bit easier on both sides if the anti-chemtrail people would admit that there is a chance that someone could have a
system of spraying chemicals, that would not be released from the exhaust of the engines.
There is not only a chance of what you describe, but it can be definitively proven that such a thing not only exists, but is in daily use. My issue (
and others I'm sure) is when the chemtrail believers attempt to pass off contrails as chemtrails with no reasonable foundation for such claims. Their
fixation on visible trails is leading them astray, chemical sprays would not be seen from the ground.
We are all here due to an interest in this topic. It's just that the ones who don't grasp the reality of contrail behaviour think the rest of us are
in denial. In reality the ones forever pointing to photos of contrails are aiding and abetting in a widespread hoax that helps to hide any nefarious
activities that do occur. The criminal GE dump off the coast of Canada a while back left no trails in the sky but all the chemmies angrily gazing at
clouds and slaking their fists at them would be completely oblivious to it.
Though, the only problem I can see is the anti-chemtrial proponents would have to cease and desist the use of the word 'debunked' in
reference to this discussion, and instead use terms like highly-unlikely, improbable, or in case of threads with pictures, explain why this particular
incident (even if they've explained it on a thousand prior threads) isn't a chemtrail, but a contrail.
However, when a picture of a ballast test set up in a prototype is revealed to be exactly that, rather than the chemtrail set up its is claimed to be,
then the word debunked is completely appropriate.
My personal feelings is water vapor by environmental conditions spurred by the actions of the plane creating the catalyst for change (plane
make purty clouds) is generally what people see, and more often as we fly at different heights with improved technologies. I don't discount there
might be planes spraying chemicals for all kinds of testing, as history has proven corporations and governments will do a lot in secret, regardless of
the effects it may have on the world and its populations.
Yes, I agree, there may well be. But sure as eggs is eggs, getting wound up over contrails ain't never going to lead to the truth about such
activities being revealed.