you are convinced. but i am not. its not what i see. if any thing you must learn if you are right it is not what it looks like. i have seen many blue sky days sprayed away by persitant spreading contrails that work their way to a thunder storm. deny reason or hate i don't care. i seen it. you obviously did not.
Well, we are not here trying to convince you of anything. You make up your mind, but I urge you to at least think through the reasoning a little bit, and what people have to say.
Coming onto this forum just to say something along the lines of "I am right, and you are wrong," is frankly quite unproductive. So, it begs the question: Why exactly are you here? You came on here simply stating that none of us "have the experience of a gardner and a sailor and many who look to the sky daily." I'm not sure if anyone else here gardens, or sails, but I can confirm that at least 3 posters here are professional pilots, one a meteorologist, one a former aviation mechanic (I think), and others with varying backgrounds who do actually study the skies quite a bit. If you wish to dismiss all this, then go right ahead.
If you want a scientific debate, however, then start with evidence and reasoning. For instance, I myself am eager to understand your reasoning as to how you conclude an airplane can somehow produce a thunderstorm by so-called "spraying." Explain the mechanisms, or at least how you theorize this to be the case, and then maybe we can open up some productive dialogue. The whole "I see it and thus it is true" argument is, as you know, not something most of us skeptics can accept, because we know that what we see does not equal to what we know.