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Frankly I'm not convenced about the chem trail thing, but I am interested and want to know more. I found this on the noaa site and thought it might be worth further study. the address( yes I am impaired) under "signficant events" click on "current" then click on STMusWO42 G10.jpg. Its the 3rd one down under Latest Imagery. What i found interesting is what apears to be con/chem trails laid down perpendicular to the direction of the air mass movement. Also it appears to be layed down over the same area over and over again ( around the Hawaiian Is) In doing this the air mass is caried west a given distance before another trail is layed down. You can see that the con/chem trails spread out into a thin layer just prior to reaching the west coast. Granted the ability to distinguish the evidence is dificult. can somone enlarge this???there must be some techie/gismo. btw i am veitnam helicopter pilot that sprayed much agent orange. hey i didn't know...and yes it did effect me as my wife and i have had many problems with birth defects and furtility. please... it no personal comments i only gave the the info because of the subject.

-- dja (just another lurker@ .com), February 13, 2000


Take a look at this site.

-- MaryJo (, February 13, 2000.

The "chemtrailing" is a government effort to stamp out the weak-minded. The government lays down the trails, and then tracks down those who are silly enough to think there is something going on. Those individuals are marked for secret extermination. It's quite risky to post about these chemtrails, so you should stop.

-- ImSo (, February 13, 2000.

LOL Imso.

-- Hokie (, February 13, 2000.


Surely, as a pilot, you must have had some weather training. What you're seeing is a strong southerly tropical jet meeting a strong polar jet. The thin clouds that trail away from this convergence zone are cirrus clouds caused by the cold air overrunning the warmer air to the south. This a very common occurance over the Eastern Pacific in winter.

Measure the distance that these cirrus clouds cover from east to west. How many aircraft do you think would be needed to lay down 3000 miles of "chemtrails"? This is really a case of seeing something more than exists.

-- Jim Cooke (, February 13, 2000.

From: Y2K, ` la Carte by Dancr (pic), near Monterey, California My ChemTrails Page

Jim said: How many aircraft do you think would be needed to lay down 3000 miles of "chemtrails"?

3000 miles being approximately the distance from one end of the United States to the other? A hell of a lot. However, these activities are apparently not confined to just one country. There have been reports from several other English speaking countries, as well as other countries.

I did not believe until I saw the planes laying them down with my own eyes. Now, I grant that you have no particular reason to put stock in the word of some internet Dancr, but I can hope that my several hundred posts to this forum during the past year would lend me enough credibility to encourage you to at least look UP when you go outside!

-- Dancr (addy.available@my.webpage), February 15, 2000.

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