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By Anonymous - / Friday 20 December 2013 02:45 / United States
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That's really mean. I feel like it's become a trend to attack boodashuns comments. I for one liked his comment and if someone like docbastard said it it would be fine.

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It's completely insane to distrust the government. Power has never corrupted anyone, and there are no secrets that the people in charge won't tell us, right? Maybe chemtrails are ridiculous but at least he is trying to understand what's going on. Shaming someone for trying to not be ignorant is just silly. Break up with him and get over it, or just show him why he is wrong and encourage him to take everything with a grain of salt and do more thorough research on his "facts". As it sta

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I agree, the recent hating and attacks on individual commenters really pisses me off. There are so many utterly shite posters that post the most nonsensical, boring and generic comments ever and keep doing it. You see less from people like Pleo and Doc cos the threads get inundated with crap. Think twice about hating and thrice before commenting. Now that's off my chest, I've been telling people for years about this, conspiracies maaaaan.

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it's actually based upon some truth. The US military really did do this during the cold war over Louisville Illinois to test how it affected peoples lungs. They did it in the 60's so how do we know they aren't doing something like that now?

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They leave contrails, and they don't leave contrails "to affect weather patterns".Yes, contrails *do* affect weather patterns (because they're cloud cover! They reflect sunlight the same as any cloud would do, but they end up being in places where there wouldn't be cloud cover), but the jets don't leave them in order to affect weather patterns. They leave them because it's a natural by-product of the jet technology. There's no plan. That's just how jets work. It's how they've always wo

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#4, you can't even get tin-foil anymore, only aluminum. The government controls all the tin-foil because it's the only metal that can block their mind-control ray.

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I know that both of you work for the CIA and that tinfoil and aluminum both help control minds, y'know, since they help with satellite antennas. My hat made out of old gum wrappers surely will work!

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16 you can get tin it's just hard to find. The government needs it so other governments don't take over there minds (that's where all that debt we have actually came from the government buying tin foil.

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No, they're a geoengineering technique a few committees approved against populair opinion. To combat global warming by injecting atmospheric aerosols, particles that deflect the sun up to 20%. Only, it's highly ineffective and instead traps warmth, increasing global warming in the long term.

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You can tell if they're aerosols and not ordinary airplane contrails when they haven't dissolved after about a minute and they're being spread out to form artificial cloud cover instead. Clouds keep the sun out, but they also trap warmth underneath. So this technique IS doing more harm than good.

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Fivehorsejohnson - Geoengineering is a theory, not fact. Contrails can persist for hours under the right condition. Since it is nothing but water vapour and ice crystals, they will also spread out in the air over time and appear to enlarge. You conspiracy theorists sound like idiots every time you say "Don't believe what the government tells you." I bet very few people trust their governments implicitly, but there is not one iota of evidence that chemtrails are anything more than th

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