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Hsaive
Jasper Kirkby, at CERN describes what we see in the sky and satellite images almost every day.

VIDEO https://youtu.be/GiNg4equ0fM

airshow
The scientific and meteorological definition of aerosol is as his video: condensation seeds. Meteorologists have known that for years that for condensation to appear, a particulate needs to be present. The reason jets are a concern is because their 'aerosol' is carbon particles from the burn. The number one particulate in the skies is salt followed by dust. Constant jet traffic now screws up the balance of particulates in the sky. He never mentioned chem trails or chemical spraying. Those that have been in the industry agree exactly with what he said. Increased aerosols increase clouds and therefore either block the sun or trap the heat. Old science, new concerns.
Hsaive
Kirkby's comment is explicit and clear: "These are clouds which are seeded by jets dumping aerosols into the upper atmosphere".
outsider
I just found this thread, after already posting something on Chemtrails in a related thread.
Just three comments on a Pilots' Forum on Chemtrails? Pilots must surely be aware of the reality and scale of Geoengineering.
Here is another dual-use ('Whistleblower' & 'Chemtrail' Threads) link:
'Geoengineering Whistleblower ~ Ex-Military ~ Kristen Meghan, Hauppauge, NY, January 18th, 2014':
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHm0XhtDyZA
rob balsamo
QUOTE (outsider @ Jun 12 2015, 12:05 AM) *
Just three comments on a Pilots' Forum on Chemtrails?



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