This thread, like so many, has become circular.
Here's a thought. How about contacting the pilot involved in the video and asking him about it?
Like I did.
I am a commercial pilot who knows that the long white lines coming from the back of aircraft CANNOT be chemtrails, but was intrigued by this video and
managed to contact the pilot via the pilot bush telegraph... Or PPRUNE.org
Here is what happened.
The pilot is a First Officer with a Mexican airline. English is not his first language.
He heard about chemtrails a few years ago. ( hence the reaction when asked ).
He asked the cameraman to stop filming, because as a condition of employment he is not allowed to make public statements where he can be identified as
a pilot for his airline. The cameraman did not comply with that request, in fact he deceived him into believing the camera was off.
This is the reason, apart from the misrepresentation of what he said, that he has been reporting the video to YouTube. You cannot do that sort of
He was not aware of Geo Engineering proposals.
As a pilot for his company he is required to be polite to the customers, hence he didn't tell Hans the Nut Case what he thought of him.
The "necessary evil" comment was a throwaway line, intended to placate Hans and get him out of the cockpit as soon as possible.
As an aside, there is no problem in most airlines to enter a cockpit after the aircraft has shut down. It happens in my airline all the time.
Can we put this silly-ness to bed now?
edit on 1-11-2013 by Cobra59 because: Grammar