Chemtrail lever

Knowing this could potentially be a controversial subject, we’re posting it anyways. Everybody working in aviation knows chemtrails are not a thing. If was to be true, then it must be the best kept secret in aviation, ever. I have practically flown my entire life and never come across anything like it. But it always surprises me how adamant the believers are and how little they care about my explanation. Could just be a thing in today’s society. The only thing I ever came across, that is loosely related to chemtrails is cloud seeding. Which apparently does exist I have been told by pilots who had done it.
Other than that I’d say I’d stick with the plain old explanation that “Contrails, which is short for “condensation trails” or vapor trails, are line-shaped clouds produced by aircraft engine exhaust or changes in air pressure. Contrails are composed primarily of water, in the form of ice crystals.”

However, I love the fact that Chuck jumped right on it. I think he’d love to have a chem trail lever just to have one, or maybe to spray all his enemies with something nasty.


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4 comments on “Chemtrail lever
  1. JP Kalishek says:

    Way back when I explained vorticies and contrails to one gulible fool, and they denied it was even possible to spin air fast enough to make the water come out. The IMSA GTP race he attended and the cars doing it at ground level (1991 and 92 in New Orleans, very humid) was just them burning oil. I think Chuck is less thick than this kid was.

  2. I have a mission patch for “Team Chemtrail” with the tagline “#SprayAndPray” 🙂

    Sample can be found at:

  3. Karel A.J. ADAMS says:

    Now that religions are getting out of fashion, in the Western world, some people need other nonsense to believe in.

    And, no, nothing controversial in this episode, actually I liked it very much!

  4. Dom says:

    We had a Citabria with a switch that wasn’t connected to anything, so we re-labeled it “Chemtrails”.
    I think the switch had something to do with that plane’s past life as a tow plane.

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