|Date: 3/4/2010 10:33:18 PM ( 7y ago )
"What can be seen is a thick white line also called a chemtrail that lingers in the sky for several hours. The SAG lines are sprayed into the upper atmosphere and then spread out forming what then appear to be clouds. The particles from these aerosols then fall to the ground where they enter our soil and water and can also be inhaled."
Tony - you're a riot. Those "chemtrails" were common in the skies during WWII - before aerosols. I don't ever remember them loading my airplane, or any airplane in my group with aerosols or anything but JP3 and 20 mm ammo before we took to the skies and made "chemtrails" in the Korean War era. I've flown directly behind the airplanes that the chemtrails were coming from and never once saw a "sprayer" or projection of any kind. In fact there was a significant space between the jet engines and the trail and if you flew through the trail it buffeted your air plane which is what one would expect, because they are simply ice that is formed from the air disturbance.
Don't let all of that get you down though, because I don't want you to stop looking behind you with every step you take.
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