Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: North Coast, OH , USA
Chemtrails? get out the tinfoil hats....
" Hi Tami,
You're seeing chemtrails. Commercial jet engines burn fuel so efficiently that you would never "see" exhaust fumes, especially from such such a great distance, and they couldn't possibly contain enough particulate matter to be seen as a plume. You wouldn't even smell fumes if you were standing relatively close to the plane with their engines running. How many times have you've flown on a commercial jet and could "see" any sort of visible exhaust plume coming out the rear of the engine? Never, right? "
This guy is kidding right? Trying to explain Jet "exhaust" as particulate. What you are seeing is the freezing of the water vapor in the air as it passes thru the jet engine, is vaporized, then stuffed out the back of the jet back into sub-zero weather.
There is no credible evidence of "chemtrails" anywhere. (If you have some, Id be interested to read it)
The joker then goes on saying "You wouldnt even smell fumes if you were standing relatively close to the plane"...are you shitting me? Apparantly this douche has never smelled spent Jet A. Go to an airshow, anywhere with jets, and take a whiff....smell the kerosene? Of course you do...
Lastly the abovementioned dickhead says "How many times have you flown on a commercial jet and could see any sort of visible exhaust plume coming out of the rear of the engine?"
Again, take a peak an a jet on takeoff...whats that wavy haze behind the engines??? Exhaust. To take it a step farther....you CANNOT see the plume of the exhaust in the air...its too hot very close to the exit of the jet, and you dont develop the frozen plume until a few hundred feet behind the airplane. Heres a question...how many jets have windows where you can look directly behind the plane. None of course, but if they did YOUD SEE THE EXHAUST.
What a tool.