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4 comments30 Jul 2007 @ 12:12 by Juan Port @126.96.36.199 : Aerosol Detection
What planet are you from Mr. Marsh? Jet contrails have been around since jets entered conventional military service circa the mid-1950's. They are caused by humidity and pressure factors rather than conspiracy. Also, try sneaking in an English class or two, it will make your statements easier to translate. Have a nice day.
30 Jul 2007 @ 16:21 by bushman : lol
Right, persistant contrails have not been around since the 50s, I was born in 62, and lived in Pasadena CA, we never had contrails leave a solid trail that spread out and covered the sky till around 90s. Your comment is nothing more than talking crap about my spelling, as if that is the issue. How long have you lived on this planet? I know how contrails are made and if you accualy had looked back farther in this log you would have noticed that. There are over 50 weather modification projects going on in the USA right now at this moment. There are patents for solar scatering agents for mixing into jet fuel, so why dont you go do some further research? :}
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