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Old 31st Dec 2013, 21:22   #21 (permalink)
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I did - as I recall it had something to do with the parentage of whomsoever had filled her head with such idiotic notions.


Just checked that Q400's altitude on FR24, it was around 25000'; rather low for a contrail - perhaps the headache really is nothing to do with those seven pints...
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Old 31st Dec 2013, 21:36   #22 (permalink)
 
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Chemtrails exist and were used extensively in Vietnam against the pesky Viet Cong by defoliating their arboreal cover. It had very severe effects on the grunts who followed through clearing up the survivors. I met a few some years back with bodies twisted as if by a kid's party balloon entertainer. The Agent Orange had changed their DNA apparently. Most of the others died horrible deaths from various cancers.

I have no doubt that the sociopath planners have used chemtrails since around the world, but apart from seeding clouds to rain it just wouldn't make any sense to spray huge numbers of people with whatever as the effects are uncontrollable. Now, putting stuff in the water is another matter



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Old 31st Dec 2013, 21:44   #23 (permalink)

 
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 02:47   #24 (permalink)
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After his North Korea take, I'd like to know what john hill think about chemtrail
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Like the man said, I would no sooner believe this than believe a foreign government is bugging my phone calls and emails.
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Like the man said, I would no sooner believe this than believe a foreign government is bugging my phone calls and emails.
You would rather believe we are being bathed in secret chemical or biological agents all the time than the NSA is buffering your phone call records and emails?

Man you must have some juicy stuff, I lead such a boring life as they can buffer as much of mine as they like
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 07:59   #27 (permalink)
 
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Are you going to troll every one of my posts? How cool is that eh, my own little fan club.
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 10:27   #28 (permalink)
 
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[email protected], I've never googled these nutters before, they have chapters everywhere.

Found this piece from one of our local papers.

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I'll have to add them to my list of world wide nutters along side the twin towers and moon landings etc etc.
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 11:58   #29 (permalink)
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That is one of the things that amazed me - the actual numbers of these nutters around the world - From America you kind of expect to find this kind of loose screw,elsewhere was unexpected.Our education systems must be going downhill faster than I thought. A worrying aspect of these people is that some of them appear to be out and out fanatics,out to save the world-capable of just about anything - rational they are not.
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 12:22   #30 (permalink)
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Add to that the global warming crowd and it starts to become scary, especially since the warmists seem to have some acceptance.
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 15:10   #31 (permalink)


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From America you kind of expect to find this kind of loose screw,elsewhere was unexpected
As if the UK doesn't have its fair share of eccentric old knuckleheads. Ever read PPRuNe much?

All this is #firstworldproblems nonsense. Most people on this planet are simply looking for food, shelter and security.
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 15:24   #32 (permalink)

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What happened to the photo of the nozzle controls? I was going to paste it on another site. Did the NSA get there before me?
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 15:33   #33 (permalink)
 
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As an aside from all the Chemtrail bunkum, the latest Aerospace magazine from the RAeS has an article on the next 50 years of aviation, and interestingly contrails (as apposed to 'Chemtrails') are estimated to be responsible for more nasty stuff by weight than CO2 emissions, so we may well see future initiatives to get rid of those classic fluffy white signatures across the sky.
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 15:56   #34 (permalink)
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Lon, here you go...

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Then she asked if the high voltage powerlines just a few hundred feet away were causing any disturbances in my sleep pattern.

Leaving aside the chemtrail loonies, hasn't there been some serious scientific study into the effect of living under HV power lines? May be nothing, as far as I know, but I think it comes into a different category from chemtrails. I know you certainly don't want to be standing around in front of a powerful radar or radar transmitter for too long
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 16:32   #36 (permalink)
 
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I always thought the chemtrails stories were a lot of baloney until I had a window seat at the rear of a TG 744. During the entire flight there were two plumes of a very brownish vapour going past my window. Of course most people call it atmospheric pollution and now it is a taxable item.
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Old 1st Jan 2014, 17:47   #37 (permalink)

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Thanks Dushan
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Bluey had a pic of a different panel, Lon. I reckon you could get a few little heads wobbling and lots of spittle flecked 'I told you sos' posting those on the tinfoil hat sites.
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hasn't there been some serious scientific study into the effect of living under HV power lines?

In the UK and Germany, yes there has. The results were "no danger whatsoever" (from the authorities who commissioned the reports) or "don't live within 500 metres of them" from the people who'd spent their lives there. Higher incidence of cancer, if I recall, than people living elsewhere.

And we decided not to buy a house that was for sale and located under powerlines. Nice modern place in nice quiet location but stayed vacant/on sale for many years.
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Friends of mine lived in a house close to HV powerlines and complained of the constant clicking interference with radio, TV, cellphone, and phone communications. In damp and humid weather there was something almost tangible, a sort of low frequency hum, very hard to explain, and they also said the house got dustier quicker than anywhere else they'd ever lived. When they moved, they all said their well-being was enhanced, they had fewer ailments and generally felt better. Of course a lot of that is subjective, but they are sensible and intelligent people and I believe their observations were valid.
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