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Albert
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Always wondering what all those white line are in the sky?
In Indonesia I've not seenthem yet but in the west you find hundres at the same time.

What are they doing for suspisious thing above our head. why no newspaper (except 1) writes about it.



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http://www.chemtrails.nl/
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Ah, chemtrails yes... they are normally caused by condensation of air from an airplane engine and do not hold any secrets, according to most people on this planet. Only a small group is of opinion that everything is not what it seems. Feel free of course.

The fact that you didn't see them in Indonesia is related to the condition of the atmosphere of tropic regions if I am not mistaken. I am almost sure your explanation will be that the Indonesian government has not started these 'projects'.

Other talk is fine, but this hardly makes sense if you read through it (I did in the past via another forum)... Recently I watched the latest X-files movie, even that one was more trustworthy than this crap.



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Planes use fuel which burns up to carbondioxide and water, ideally. Sometime some carbonmonoxide is in there as well. All is pretty harmless when all fuel is burnt. That doesn't have to be the case. Much depends on maintenance of the engines.
The water in the exhaust fumes is there in the appearance of gas, because it is hot. Overheated steam you can say. When exiting the engine the exhaust gasses cool down pretty quickly because at the high level planes are flying the temperature is far belox freezing point. The water gas will condensate quickly as well, which may show as a with stripe of steamlike exhaust gas behind a plane.
However, it depends on the humidity of the surrounding air. Where it is cold ánd dry the white stripes can be seen, where the temperature is higher and the humidity is higher there will be no condensation, so no stripes. That is what happens in Indonesia. When some planes fly higher there again there probably will be with stripes again.
So, it is a matter of temperature and humidity conditions whether the stripes can be seen or not.


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Albert
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When you see 1 or 2 strips or line ok.
But what about when the sky is full of them, that is not normal anymore.

No reason for it.

But you are free to close your eyes for it, no problem.


Because the Earth is flat and we have never been to the moon. By the way those flashing things you see at night. they are wholes in the Earth Sky. Behind it there is heavon. Emoticon: Party!


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On 07-01-2009 16:25 Albert wrote:
When you see 1 or 2 strips or line ok.
But what about when the sky is full of them, that is not normal anymore.

No reason for it.

But you are free to close your eyes for it, no problem.


Because the Earth is flat and we have never been to the moon. By the way those flashing things you see at night. they are wholes in the Earth Sky. Behind it there is heavon. Emoticon: Party!


Is this a side effect of "jassentechniek" I wonder...



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Hey hey,the aliens are coming to take us away.... Emoticon: Yes! Emoticon: Laugh out loud Emoticon: Party!


hati hati, pelan pelan

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  • Recently the aircraft industry had tested some sort of bio-fuel for airplanes, as far as information goes it seems to be sucessfull .... but I am not an expert .......


  • 'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

    oyibo
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    Recently?

    The first one that carried out is over a year ago! Emoticon: Party!


    It's only kinky the first time.

    oyibo
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    And, leaves a normal vapor trail Emoticon: Party!


    It's only kinky the first time.

    Albert
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    In one day, looks very normal isn't it. So much lines. Bit expensive so many plaines fyling over your place in one day.
    Chemtrail 'spray-day'

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    monyet
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    I wonder who starts these stories? I bet you weren't able to come up with this story yourself, if it hadn't been for the stuff you read on the internet. Everyone just copies eachother...


    From Dayeuhkolot with love

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    On 03-05-2009 18:42 Albert wrote:
    In one day, looks very normal isn't it. So much lines. Bit expensive so many plaines fyling over your place in one day.

    That's why they put passengers in them Albert Emoticon: Puh!



    oyibo
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    http://www.traveldailynews.com/pages/print/25808

    May 2008 registered 2.553.657 passenger flights.

    Thats a lot of white lines in the sky.
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    You might want to look at a trail of 6 stripes.
    These are the most dangerous ones.


    It's only kinky the first time.


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