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Metalqueen 163 posts, incept 2021-09-10
2022-09-17 17:09:44

This post is very help in explaining the actual reality of these technologies as opposed to the fear mongering.

Although I am definitely prone to a bit of smiley myself, I recognize how much of the Tin out there consists of techno quackery as opposed to looking at the malign intentions of those who wield real power. This relates to the 9/11 discussion where the real question is not some controlled demolition bullshit but whether the culpability of the so-called intelligence agencies extends beyond negligence to actual involvement. With what we have learned from their actions in the 20+ years since this is the question that needs to be asked.
Kf7psm 53 posts, incept 2021-09-12
2022-09-18 10:27:42

I have a feeling all these bozos running with the 5g and other nutty statements are actual trolls, they want to make those trying to expose the fraud and damage the NIH, CDC and other agencies perpetrated be associated with the same nuts. Karl the only other thing we need to worry about is the diode cavities in your skull that will mix the frequencies and cause massive damage when the ionizing radiation fry's your brain. !HAHAHA 73
Tickerguy 188k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2022-09-18 10:32:46

Oh I dunno @Kf7psm; I suspect a huge percentage of those people really believe it.

It's similar to the power-line thing. For a LONG TIME the nutters ran that crap and some still do. But isn't it interesting that the cancers and such were nearly all in kids? Hmmm.... oh their explanation was always "well they're more-sensitive to it."

Uh, no. Guess what kids do? Play on and around the ground including behind the house and in the rights-of-way under the lines, and they're not at all careful about sticking their hands in and around their mouths either, nor eating using said hands without carefully washing them after said exposure.

And what is done in such rights of way? They use various means of vegetation control (for good reason) which might include chems that, if ingested, could be serious trouble.

So what's more-likely when you look at the full set of what is and is not a correlation?

Uh huh.

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NASA faked out a computer instead of running the test.
Then tried to launch and aborted instead of going "BOOOM!"
Did they abort the JABS after faking THOSE tests?
Ckaminski 6k posts, incept 2011-04-08
2022-09-18 10:40:28

My favorite is my 'friend' who was all in on HHo engines and the Supercarbs that big oil has been hiding for 70 years.

I tried to explain the law of conservation of energy and it just wasn't getting through, so I finally offered to buy two identical used civics and he could convert one and we'd go on a road trip and see who ran out of fuel first.

10 years and still no taker.
Tickerguy 188k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2022-09-18 10:44:44

@Ckaminski - When I was about 10 I read those articles by Smokey on the carbs that were being "suppressed."

We had an old reel-to-reel lawnmower with a Briggs engine on it that was no longer used to cut grass, so I attempted to build such a carburetor for it. It never worked.

I then tried to figure out WHY, and lots of time in the library and penciling it out made clear the claims were bullshit; it didn't work because it couldn't work.

Oops.

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NASA faked out a computer instead of running the test.
Then tried to launch and aborted instead of going "BOOOM!"
Did they abort the JABS after faking THOSE tests?
Lamarth 1k posts, incept 2008-03-15
2022-09-19 08:44:55

It's rather tough - all groups that are denying "the science" Fauci's BS seem to have issues with 5G and are into the chemtrails.

I'm still trying to figure out both of those. The chemtrails seem too easy to prove for them to be a real thing, but general weather modification seems pretty real. Rupert Murdoch's nephew has a little company, australianrain.com.au. The company owner's son went to my school when I was little, and my father knew him by reputation as a "serious oceanographer". I'm going with "this one is real".

Meanwhile, on the 5G front I have this paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/article....
Even more concerning than the paper is the list of papers referenced in section 1.3. Is this all junk, or what are your thoughts?

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Tickerguy 188k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2022-09-19 08:46:16

Meh @Lamarth.

Simply do this: Compute the mass required to produce said "chemtrail" over a given area with a density of your choosing. Then compare said mass of material (pick your favorite material) with the LIFTING CAPACITY of the aircraft allegedly putting it there.

The math is not at all complicated; in fact, it requires nothing more than the ability to calculate the area of a space, determine the mass of a thing to be spread, and then multiply by the density over the area, producing a mass of material in pounds, kilograms or whatever unit you choose.

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NASA faked out a computer instead of running the test.
Then tried to launch and aborted instead of going "BOOOM!"
Did they abort the JABS after faking THOSE tests?

Boredfree 660 posts, incept 2021-09-15
2022-09-19 09:23:14

Colorado has plenty of people who believe in chemtrails.

I think this is because most people haven't lived someplace where they can see airplanes due to haze.

There are days the skies are full of white lines from planes crisscrossing over the Rockies. And, due to fluctuations in weather, days when you have a hard time finding a plane because they're so high, and the sky is so clear, they fade into the background blue.

You point something out to a person they've never 'noticed' before and they'll begin to see it everywhere.

While they're transfixed on the novel thing, they don't notice their wallet is being emptied...

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The problem is most people want to point a finger rather than their thumb when dealing with challenges.
Jw. 559 posts, incept 2019-10-10
2022-09-19 15:22:57

LOL, have you seen the 'meters' the quacks use to test this stuff to "prove" how harmful it is?

Nothing funnier than someone complaining about "feeling" the "voltage" in the meter when they walk by the wall only to have an outlet right behind their head when they are in bed that they did not notice.

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