I put my heart and soul into this topic. That stopped quite a while ago. Chemtrails and the internet simply don't mix. I believe that has been a result of a deliberate strategy.
This dude Jay Reynolds has signed up. I've seen him sign in at least twice yet leave no comment. I think he's second guessing his decision to join this forum. He's known about this place for years. We used to post together at a different website, and the main thing I remember is he always avoided the bread and butter best evidence that chemtrails are not contrails.
There's no hard core proof he is a disinfo agent. But he certainly smells like one. He showed up the exact time chemtrails started being discussed on the net. He worked side by side with the kooky William Cooper, the original Alex Jones. Think about that. Here's a guy whose main schtick has been to ridicule anyone questioning synthetic white-outs as a kook, yet there he was knee-deep in conspiracy theory. Talk about the pot calling a kettle black. Or smoke it. Think for yourselves.
If chemtrails are such an obvious joke of an idea, why has he gone to this much trouble to "debunk?"
These pages have clearly proven that "chemtrails" are more than plausible. I'd say there's greater than a 99% probability chemtrails are real. Unfortunately, chemtrail forums are not.
The internet was originally created by the military-industrial complex. As was weather mitigation originally in the form of environmental modification techniques.
Climate change is now defined as an issue of national security. That means we do not have to be informed on anything attempted "for our own good." But that doesn't prevent anyone from observing anomalies, asking tough questions, and demanding accountability.
How can persistent contrails be said to form, when necessary atmospheric conditions aren't present? According to NASA's Patrick Minnis' own words as the troll Canex at Chemtrail Central, the margin of error for a skewed humidity reading from weather balloons can be fixed. Basically, so-called persistent contrails have formed, even when that maximum margin has been tacked on, and there still wasn't enough humidity to account for the event. That is fact.
I'm glad Minnis admitted to me through email that he was indeed posting at Chemtrail Central, as much of a dive of a website as there has ever been. Basically, Patrick Minnis proved that chemtrails and contrails are not the same thing. Though, obviously that wasn't his intention. Nor did he expect to be outed as an insidious plant posing as a regular guy with atmospheric science as a hobby.
All Jay Reynolds can hope to do here is drop links sending newbies towards convolution. Or he can try to twist the topic back towards the realm of enigmas. Perhaps he'll do his mocking routine or decide to not make even one post.
What he can't do is stop anyone from skimming through this top section and locating that best evidence.
This is what I think happened. Jay noticed that this website was showing up on page 2 of google results for his name. That is going on despite this forum having slown down to a trickle. His initial reaction was he better sign up and do what he can to "debunk" AAANI. However, there is simply too much here that makes sense. On a level playing field, he can't win.
Where does he start? Will he end up directing more traffic here than he'd like to? He also knows this isn't his own turf, and I wasn't just some run-of-the-mill chemmie. I did a lot of homework, and the grades turned out pretty good.