|misterbuns - 2012-02-09 |
Who knows Toenails, maybe in the parallel universe where Phoenix and Tucson were part of the annex of Texas, and Arizona never existed the US government is spraying its citizens with chemtrails?
Sorry, I could have sworn that she was mad at Texas for some reason.
actually you had the right form. mixing up flyover states is an okay thing to do.
|StanleyPain - 2012-02-09 |
Yes, because if the government wants to spray you with aerosol chemicals, the best place to do it is 30,000 feet above you.
Sort of like when you have a stinky bathroom, you go 5 blocks away to spray deodorizer at it.
All conspiracy fodder aside, that's a ridiculous analogy.
Higher atmospheric distribution means wider distribution when particulate matter inevitably falls.
Perhaps for your next lulzy trick you'll argue that the dispersed particles will somehow have a negligible impact when they do.
It's a silly analogy for a silly belief.
Assuming that chemtrails were actually some form of condensed chemical agent the "particulate matter" would be so diluted and dispersed by the time it eventually made it's way to Earth (which could take days depending on the weather factors) that the only way such a method would have any measurable short-term effect on people would be to literally fill the air with so many chemtrails it would overcast the sky.
There is absolutely no practical method for distributing agents this way, whatsoever, even when you're NOT trying to keep it an NWO FREEMASON SECRET CONSPIRACY.
Could doing it repeatedly over time every day have an effect? Maybe. Probably. Why? It would be far easier for a secret conspiracy to either insert chemical agents into the water supply OR simply distribute the vapors or whatever through ground-based means.
We are all exposed to chemtrails day in and day out just by going about our daily business. Know how? The exhaust of the car in front of you. It would be far easier to just poison people with covert, hide-in-plain-sight methods like releasing gasses through cars than ever would be by using planes.
And, no, I'm not a scientist. But I've read plenty of debunking of the chemtrail bullshit by people with the qualifications to do so. And, maybe I'm a boring skeptic, but I prefer the word of people with some expertise on the subject rather than disgruntled plumbers and off-their-meds schizophrenics who believe in "THEM" and "THEY."
you know what else would lulzy, Burnov?
totally rickrolling his myspace page and then signing him up for scientology classes. 2008 is turning out to be such an awesome year.
|chumbucket - 2012-02-10 |
I like Stanley's arguments, even further the trails she's whining about above will more likely drop on Mexico or the Gulf by the time it comes down.
|FreeOJ - 2012-02-10 |
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