Chemtrail Confessions – I sprayed DHMO!

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click-to-readIn this article, I spill the beans. “Chemtrail” believers have been looking for the one key piece of evidence that has eluded them: A pilot willing to speak up. This could be my last AeroSavvy post ever!

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  1. Don’t let Captain Ken fool you with this article. DHMO is a real threat, but as a retired physician I will give unsolicited yet free advice on how to deal with it.

    If you are sitting poolside and see DHMO-laden chemtrails streaking the beautiful blue sky overhead immediately start neutralizing them with ETOH. Very soon you will begin to feel better, de facto proof that they were in fact harming you, and the chemtrails will disappear.

    However, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. So, if you are sitting poolside and do NOT see any chemtrails, prophylactically begin taking ETOH. This can be self-administered in shot form and mixed with various diluents to make it more palatable. However, ETOH has a very narrow therapeutic window so be careful not to overdose.

    • Fuel dumping is extremely rare. In 30+ years of flying large jets, I’ve never needed to dump fuel. Pilots only dump fuel when an emergency requires landing and the aircraft is above maximum landing weight.

      “Chemtrails” are conspiracy nonsense. (This article is an attempt at satire)

      • Well then, why the 3 mile vapour trail (contrail) that suddenly stops? the air in the upper atmosphere can’t be that moist? can it? this being far from a group of clouds.

        • When fossil fuels are burned much of the exhaust is water – plenty of water to create a contrail. Atmospheric conditions are always moving and changing. An air mass can be conducive to creating a contrail at one point, then a 1/2 mile away conditions are different. A delicate balance of temperature and humidity are required to create them.

          We often watch aircraft in front of us flying over the ocean creating contrails. Sometimes they start and stop every few miles. Other times they are created for hundreds of miles.

          When we’re lucky, we can see our own contrails as shadows on the clouds below us.

          Water, humidity, and temperature. That’s all. Nothing more to it.

          Here’s more about contrails: https://aerosavvy.com/look-up-in-the-sky-contrails/

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