>>16097682 > clouds are just condensation Yes indeed The planes are spraying chemicals which attract condensation and form clouds which form storms They've been doing it in China for decades, so I assume that the technology is adequate
>>16097630 Wouldn't it be infinitely easier and more effective to simply put these chemicals in the food and/or drinking water than being loaded into spraying devices in planes and dispersed in the sky?
Imma comment. First concerning cancer. The biggest thing is that we got better at diagnosing cancer so yes cancer cases have risen. Also life expectancy has risen so people have more time for cancer. Also using mutaginic chemicals like pcbs (which are in all electrical transference equipment) is probably increasing cancer too. Also all the random bullshit chemicals in process food is hella giving us cancer. Next chemtrails... Doubt it's normal condensation because it just lingers so long. It could be a number of things. I personally think it's tied to HARP (shoot massive amounts of radiowaves in the atmosphere, based in Alaska) and they are doing basically the same thing when they inject someone with a x-ray dye and tracks its course through the body. The same idea but involving the earth. Could be tracking pollutants, figuring out the best dispersal methods for chemical weapons and so on. Doubt it has to do with bug or insect mitigation because it is done so high in the atmosphere by the time it got down it'd had been so diluted and in general air resist vertical movement. Secondly, who asked about an oxidation reaction? That's when oxygen is taking from one thing (reduction) and given to another (oxidized). Thirdly, I am 100% certain that the nameless moon presence would have already been stirred if it was indeed a pale blood sky. I think pale blood is the moon presence? Idk I haven't figured that out.
>>16098633 Close. It's called oxidation because it was first observed with base metals turning into oxides. it's the displacement of electrons to change the charge of reactants. A good example would be oxygen and iron in their base forms (O2 and F) turning into Osuperscript -2 and Fsuperscript +2. oxygen in its diatomic form has no charge so it accepts electrons (its charge reduced, becomes reduced) and iron gives electrons becoming positively charged ( its charged Increased, becomes oxidized). More commonly referred to as a redux reaction.
>>16097630 Chemtrails are made to change the climate. They're meant to opacify the sky, in order to increase the greenhouse effect, and this explain the global warming we're experiencing. Why? Humans won't be affected much by it, but reptilians will. They can't regulate their internal temperature, they need a stable weather to survive. Chemtrails are making our world hostile to them. The price for our freedom is to damage our planet, but life will go on anyway, and after some centuries everything will be fine again and human kind will be finally free. Chemtrails are saving us.
>inb4 reptiles love hot places nope, they love warm places, but they can't sweat so they can't handle a too hot environment.
They are real, and they're not being sprayed to poison people. They are sprayed for weather modification purposes. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_seeding Now you might laugh at me for giving you a wikipedia page as a proof, but you can look up the rest on your own.
>>16097661 >>16097663 >>16097668 >>16097676 No, what's causing widespread cancer is all the radiation left in the atmosphere from nuclear bombs, testing, and the nuclear meltdown incidents. That's why cancer is so prevalent nowadays.
>>16099692 Plus people eat and drink so much shittier stuff. You don't even need to worry about conspiracy theory chemicals being put in to food, when the stuff they admit to is still poison. That along with living sedentary lives in polluted cities, I'd say that chemical spraying is negligible.
>>16099944 Just for you, I'm going to take a good long look at the next full moon. For your own sake, you'd best be kidding. Remember, cursing people touches them with bits of yourself. A bit is more than enough for me to shatter your psyche and leave you on the floor gasping for air. I'm sure the spiders would love climbing inside of you and laying eggs more than they'd enjoy playing with me.
Chemtrails are full of DHMO. Here's just a little list of some things DHMO can do: Death due to accidental inhalation of DHMO, even in small quantities. Prolonged exposure to solid DHMO causes severe tissue damage. Excessive ingestion produces a number of unpleasant though not typically life-threatening side-effects. DHMO is a major component of acid rain. Gaseous DHMO can cause severe burns. Contributes to soil erosion. Leads to corrosion and oxidation of many metals. Contamination of electrical systems often causes short-circuits. Exposure decreases effectiveness of automobile brakes. Found in biopsies of pre-cancerous tumors and lesions. Given to vicious dogs involved in recent deadly attacks. Often associated with killer cyclones in the U.S. Midwest and elsewhere, and in hurricanes including deadly storms in Florida, New Orleans and other areas of the southeastern U.S. Thermal variations in DHMO are a suspected contributor to the El Nino weather effect.
i love when he have an actual legitimate thread about chem trails and people shill the living fuck out of it for some reason. early in the morning, look up, it doesnt matter where you are anymore, and you will see giant fucking X's in the sky out of these miles long trails in the sky. all the sheep refuse to even look for the fear that their world view may be in any way harmed. they could be spraying the most toxic material possible and anons/amerifats would be like "naw it's not true! the gubbmint luvs us!"
>>16100009 All of those things describe water: >Death due to accidental inhalation of DHMO, even in small quantities. Water in the lungs can cause some shit.
>Prolonged exposure to solid DHMO causes severe tissue damage. Freezing is painful, just ask anyone from Canada.
>Excessive ingestion produces a number of unpleasant though not typically life-threatening side-effects. You ever drink so muhc you feel waterlogged? Yeah, it's a thing. Also, you can experience water poisoning.
>DHMO is a major component of acid rain. Rain is part of rain. More news at 11.
>Gaseous DHMO can cause severe burns. Steam burns.
>Contributes to soil erosion. Why do you think Ground Pokemon are weak to Water?
>Leads to corrosion and oxidation of many metals. Water causes rust.
>Contamination of electrical systems often causes short-circuits. Unfortunately, your computer cannot dew the dew.
>Exposure decreases effectiveness of automobile brakes. Erosion/rust
>Found in biopsies of pre-cancerous tumors and lesions. And in 60-65% of all of your body.
>Given to vicious dogs involved in recent deadly attacks. You mean vicious dogs drank water in their life?
>Often associated with killer cyclones in the U.S. Midwest and elsewhere, and in hurricanes including deadly storms in Florida, New Orleans and other areas of the southeastern U.S. The Hurricane belt is often pelted with hurricanes, which deal most of their damage through wind and rain.
>Thermal variations in DHMO are a suspected contributor to the El Nino weather effect. El Nino is a warm band of ocean water. Water.
>>16100591 so they spend countless hours flying around in circles and elaborate patterns even going as fair as making letters in the sky and you think this is coincidence? normal air traffic? i know what a con trail looked like. and this shit outside in the sky probably right now is not. a fucking . contrail.
>>16100612 >so they spend countless hours flying around in circles and elaborate patterns Sometimes, yes. It's called a holding pattern, or even an approach pattern (usually IFR). >i know what a con trail looked like. >and this shit outside in the sky probably right now is not. a fucking . contrail. Then you don't know shit about aerodynamics.
>>16097649 Then you sir are retarded. At 30,000 feet condinsation turns into ice, basically forming a cloud, do you look at the skay and think "Holy jeepers batman that cloud has lasted hours!! It must be the jokers doing!!"
There are many insturments on the out side of a passenger plane that need to be heated to keep ice from forming around them, a static tube being on of them. Now little johnny run on home and do some research on aircraft before you make this retaded fucking thread again tomorrow.
Why is it that they always arrive on clear days? There'll be days where it's entirely clear, not a cloud on the entire sky. You look up, and you see these planes, drawing a cross-pattern all over. This is northern europe, by the way.
The funny thing is, if you look for a while, you can often find planes of similar size (i.e. similar altitude) and heading, that don't leave these trails. Their con trails dissipate after a while, while others can be observed growing into actual cloud cover over a few hours.
How can it be that some planes leave horizon to horizon lines of what turns into cloud cover, while others fly next to them (relatively speaking), leaving nothing but a short, predictably dissipating con trail?
>>16102753 >Why is it that they always arrive on clear days? Because those are the days more conducive to the creation of contrails, AND you're more likely to see them. On cloudy days, they'll more frequently form above other clouds due to the prevailing conditions in that area. >The funny thing is, if you look for a while, you can often find planes of similar size (i.e. similar altitude) and heading, that don't leave these trails. Similar =/= the same. If they're at different height, direction, over different terrain, then there can be remarkably different conditions affecting them. Ever flown through localised turbulence? It's like that. >Their con trails dissipate after a while, while others can be observed growing into actual cloud cover over a few hours. Again, that depends on the conditions. On a windy day they might just get blown away. Less or favourably windy, and they'll be a base for more water to condense around. >How can it be that some planes leave horizon to horizon lines of what turns into cloud cover, while others fly next to them (relatively speaking), leaving nothing but a short, predictably dissipating con trail? See above, but also what you think is "next to" can be very far apart.
>>16097731 Have you ever had a thing called biology in school or do they not teach that in the pisshole you call home? that is quite literally the dumbest thing in the dumbest thread that i've seen in a few weeks, i kek'd heartily
>>16098633 you started out so well with the first few sentences but then went complete tinfoil hat and as a chemist your "knowledge" of oxidation made me absolutely lose my shit. thanks for the keks you uneducated piece of fuck
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