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Originally posted by HowardRoark
Certainly it is an interesting concept, much like Vonneguts "ice nine." But, what I think it is quite telling is the fact that this concept was put forth in 1995 based on projections of technological advances over the next 30 years.
Theory: Chemtrails are for our benefit.
1) Chemtrails are real. Even twenty years ago when I was a young child my father would take me to air shows to see the Blue Angels, which would spray colorful trails across the sky. This was twenty years ago, folks. Back then you could even rent a plane to spray messages to your loved one. Now flip forward to twenty years later. During the past twenty years we have experienced a technological advancement like no other during humanity. This advancement isn't solely about bigger TV's and smaller cell phones, this advancement also includes government technology and aspirations.
2) I live in an area where the local commerce depends on two things, crops and the military. The food supply and the military are the two utmost things that a government protects, with its citizens a close third (sad but true).
3) The final result of the spraying is an additional, lower cloud cover. This is what leads to my hypothesis.
Hypothesis The government is spraying to protect us, and our crops, from the harmful UV rays that resulted from the current deterioration of our atmosphere. By producing an additional and fake cloud cover they are ensuring that our crops and our citizens do not fry.
You observed a phenomena (persistent contrails) and attempted to formulate a theory for their existence (chemtrails) unfortunately, there are stronger theories out there (basic meteorology) which are simpler and are better at explaining the phenomena.
Technology advancements in five major areas are necessary for an integrated weather modification capability: (1) advanced nonlinear modeling techniques, (2) computational capability, (3) information gathering and transmission, (4) a global sensor array, and (5) weather intervention techniques. Some intervention tools exist today and others may be developed and refined in the future.