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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 7:03 am
 


Title: Banff billboard promotes conspiracy theory about poisonous contrails
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Posted By: andyt
Date: 2016-08-25 06:55:47
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 7:21 am
 


That's made from aluminum. :(

It won't block the mind control rays.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 7:49 am
 


Well, that just proves there's a cornspiracy. Stopped making tin foil because THEY want to be able to control us. If you're smart, you have a hoard of the real stuff in your basement.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 8:57 am
 


I'm not invested in the 'chemtrail' thing but neither am I going to dismiss it out of hand just because it sounds outlandish.

Given that it's also outlandish to suggest that governments would deliberately use bioweapons on unsuspecting civilian populations or that they'd deliberately infect people with deadly venereal diseases just to see what would happen I won't rule out chemtrails because those other things? Yeah, they really happened. MY government admits to doing those things.

I hope the chemtrail thing isn't true but sadly I won't be shocked to find out someday that that it is. :|


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 9:15 am
 


I'm willing to.
The Internet has made some people so fucking stupid they'll notice one cold day their own car makes 'contrails' out the tailpipe and conspiracize that too.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 9:55 am
 


BartSimpson BartSimpson:
I hope the chemtrail thing isn't true but sadly I won't be shocked to find out someday that that it is. :|


Dude!?! There is one blinding obvious hole in their theory.

Wind.

It's difficult to predict where pesticides and fertilizers will land when sprayed from 100 feet with only 1 wind to worry about. How can anyone predict what will happen through 25,000 feet and 4 or 5 different wind direction and speed shifts?

Not to mention, science!

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-new ... 39/?no-ist

Besides, why not put the mind control chemicals in the water with the fluoride? ;)


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:05 am
 


DrCaleb DrCaleb:

Dude!?! There is one blinding obvious hole in their theory.

Wind.

It's difficult to predict where pesticides and fertilizers will land when sprayed from 100 feet with only 1 wind to worry about. How can anyone predict what will happen through 25,000 feet and 4 or 5 different wind direction and speed shifts?


First, I'm not saying I'm convinced, just saying I won't rule it out.

Second, assuming that this is true then the desired effect is obviously not localized and perhaps the intended target isn't even the people who can observe the 'spraying'.

I suppose if I wanted to harm people in Europe then perhaps putting something into the jet stream over Kansas might have the desired effect. Or maybe they want a global effect.

Maybe the purpose is actually GOOD...like something is being sprayed that staves off global warming or it's helping to heal the ozone layer and the folks behind it just don't want to have to confront a sceptical public in order to get approval for the program.

Or maybe it's all bullshit. That's a big possibility, too. :wink:

Either way I don't know and I lack the interest to follow up on it.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:10 am
 


I'd believe more that the intense web of wifi and cellular signals are messing with people's brains than I would that chemtrails are. :?


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:13 am
 


Thanos Thanos:
I'd believe more that the intense web of wifi and cellular signals are messing with people's brains...


Oh, they are. 8)

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Three hotties and the two guys are staring at friggin' cell phones. Yep, their brains have been messed up for sure. :mrgreen:


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Dun-dun-dun! 8O



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:22 am
 


It's a conspiracy backed by Muslim Sharia advocates. The chem trails contain Pax so the police in collusion with the Muslims can create an Islamic police state.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:25 am
 


And then you end up with ISIS filling the role of the Reavers because Pax worked the exact opposite way as intended on those fellas. 8O


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:30 am
 


BartSimpson BartSimpson:
First, I'm not saying I'm convinced, just saying I won't rule it out.


I didn't think you were a "believer", just that it seems to be saying that 'the earth might be flat, so I'm not going to rule it out'. When in reality, you and any other intelligent being should rule it out!

BartSimpson BartSimpson:
Or maybe it's all bullshit. That's a big possibility, too. :wink:

Either way I don't know and I lack the interest to follow up on it.


I've has so many conversations with a friend who fell down that rabbit hole, and trying to bring him back from being a 'skeptic' was so utterly frustrating I just gave up. :(


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I wonder. Could a business sell hats to the conspiracy crowd? I could argue that aluminum foil doesn't block radio waves.

I read an article in Popular Science in 1978 of a couple scientists who worked on a hearing aid. They read about one scientist working on this, but no further work, so these to decided to explore it further. It was a microphone to an audio amplifier, then FM modulation with a 17 kHz carrier, finally a transformer to produce high voltage and low current. Wires went to a pair of pads you put on your skin. Their test subject put one on the sole of a foot, the other the small of his back. You need high voltage to get through the flesh of an entire leg, but very low current to ensure you don't get a shock. Theoretically you could drop the voltage if you put the pads closer together. Anyway, they tried it on a subject who was completely nerve deaf, so any vibrations would affect the result. But he subject was not born deaf, so knew what sound was. When he wore this, he could hear. No surgery, just a worn device. It works by direct nerve induction. First, I keep thinking this would be better than a cochlear implant because it doesn't require surgery. Hmm, another product. Hearing aid for the completely deaf.

Somehow the human brain was able to figure out it's sound, and route the signal to the correct area of the brain. Doctors didn't know how the brain does that, so were afraid to study it further. I think that's stupid! A hearing aid for the completely deaf that doesn't require surgery?

But the fact it uses FM is very interesting. And the carrier frequency is in radio range. This would explain stories of people with large braces in direct contact with metal fillings being able to hear radio stations. But you could have fun with this. Claim this is how government mind control rays work. So therefor you need a shield against radio waves!

Aluminum foil will not stop radio waves. You need to buy my special ferrite shield hat. Using the same technology as radio wave shielding used for electronic devices, but sewn as a hat. Buy my new and improved hat for only 99-99-99. Quote from Mike the TV from the show Reboot. Not sure how three pairs of "99" were supposed to work; that was part of the joke. I suspect some people would actually fall for it and buy the thing.


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