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Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Heres a great video of them spraying us down. Its amazing that the entire sky can be filled with these massive trails,yet people are oblivious to them. People are up in arms over the simplest of things,yet something on this grand of a scale goes by with no one or group addressing it
 Quoting: shadasonic

I pointed this out to my husband once, and he firmly believes that this is the natural process of jet acceleration.

We live under a very well used flight pattern, and even when I show him a plane that does not have a trail, he still would rather believe the best case scenario over the worse case scenario.

It's just the way different people are built (and the comfort of ignorance wink).
 Quoting: TS66

Heck my eyes are open and I still can't get my brain wrapped around it all :)
 Quoting: miabelieves

Even those that would consider such things, are so overwhelmed by it all. Chemtrails, fukashima, cern, salt domes, weather manipulation ..... it goes on and on. To consider one, leaves you open to consider all, and like you, I can't mentally, physically or psychologically wrap my mind around it all, which is probably best. It all comes down to the greed and arrogance of man.
 Quoting: TS66

The prospects are too terrifying, to fully realize the impact that our government has on our environment.
Take non-Conspiracy theories (rather, the stuff the government owns up to publicly):
- Dams are horrible for rivers and lakes (build up of silt, increased saturation of toxins in the water reservoirs around dams, homeostatic environments for fish, etc.)
- No one denies the extremely long-term effects off-shore drilling/oil shipping disasters (which happen yearly it seems).
- Farming techniques and regulation (destroying excess food so as not to flood the market, which results in billions of tons of food being destroyed each year, rather than being handed out to feed the poor).
- Allowing Strip-mining and deforestation which directly disrupt the ecosystem of that particular biome, which in turn disrupts the surrounding biomes.

There's all sorts of propaganda down here as to whether or not fracking causes earthquakes; I will say that I've lived in Texas all of my life and the last five years we've had at least one major earthquake (well, relatively major considering the region). A coincidence that Rick Perry authorized more fracking regions?
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