Hello Mick & Co! As I understand it, Harvard is planning to commence their SAI project in the Tucson Desert in the next couple of months, if they haven't already? Probably the best chemtrail images I've seen so far are crop dusting & agent orange type stuff, which is all pretty low level. I know you guys put a lot of effert into explaining chemtrails away but I was wondering if any of you have any thoughts on what to expect from the SAI project, in terms of differences in appearence, dimming, visability over time etc? I think they are using balloons but still... It would be interesting to hear some predictions before the fact. I know there are [people] on both sides of every argument but while [some people] often come up with the same tired old arguments, debunkers seems to do a fair bit of copy & pasting! hahaha I'm sure there are a few here who have a pretty good grasp on things though... I don't know a great deal about it myself but as I understand it, they'll be using sulphor and not silver iodide / UAM32 that has been used for cloud seeding.? I'm guessing that they'll want it to stay up there for as long as possible, so perhaps it'll be a bit different to cloud seeding? On a slightly cheekier note, if it all goes well and they do start full scale roll-out, do you think you'll defend the program or have questions of your own? Up until now the argument has been one of conspiracy vs trust & facts - questions of ethicacy, effectiveness, risk etc have more or less been ignored or dismissed... Now we find ourselves here though, and while it is a science experiment - it's potentially the start of the biggest experiment ever undertaken! It's quite likely that it will have enormous impacts far beyond science. Social, political etc etc etc. I'm pretty curious to see how it all sits with you, now that it really could become a legitimate, state sponsored reality. Without all the tinfoil to contend with, what's everyone expecting?