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Message Subject If you believe chemtrails are real . . . what source of information has reinforced your belief most?
Poster Handle George B
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My NOTE: There is no evidence the sulfur compounds are all from surface emissions . . . why . . . they were measured in or near the stratosphere . . .
 Quoting: George B

The reference you quote says

"The lack of major eruptions since 1991 has made the
identification of this input much clearer than earlier
measurements, but the data do not rule out some contribution
to the increases in the stratospheric aerosol burden from
anthropogenic sources [such as coal burning, see (14) as
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36488183

Sure . . . they accept ground sources as a possible source (which is not highly likely) but never consider intentional Aerosol Injection into the Stratosphere because it never crossed their mind . . . to them it is not an option because no one says it is happening . . . coffee4
 Quoting: George B

Why is it " not highly likely"?!

Because you say so?!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30170064

Paragraph 2.6.4

"If anthropogenic SO2 emissions can account for
more than half of the stratospheric background sulfate
aerosol, future changes in anthropogenic SO2 emission
could have an important impact on stratospheric sulfate
aerosol loading. One can ask whether the past secular
trend in anthropogenic SO2 emission has caused an increase in the loading of stratospheric aerosol. This question cannot be easily answered from the limited existing
set of observations. Analysis of time series related to the stratospheric aerosol layer does not show any evidence of a trend in the nonvolcanic aerosol loading between the
late 1970s, the late 1980s, and the late 1990s to the present(see Chapter 4).
The average global anthropogenic SO2 emission strength has probably been fairly constant between 1980 and 1990, the increases in some regions being compensated by decreases in other regions (Boucher and Pham, 2002). [link to ozone.unep.org]
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