Debunked: Chemtrail Plane and Other Unlabeled Photos from Facebook etc.

Hama Neggs

Senior Member
They 'vent' ...mostly OUT after engine shut-down, ON the ground....AFTER a flight. They drip stuff, so when a pilot does a "walk-around", he/she doesn't walk directly beneath, lest he/she get oil on his/her uniform shirt.

(The dry cleaning expenses are high enough, already!!).
But they are just passive tubes, aren't they? Why would they not drain in the air just the same as on the ground?
 

WeedWhacker

Senior Member
But they are just passive tubes, aren't they? Why would they not drain in the air just the same as on the ground?
No, they only act as "drains", once the engine (attached to the strut) has shut down.

AND even then, only on some occasions does ANYTHING "drip" out. Not often, actually. Usually unburnt fuel.
 

Efftup

Senior Member
is it a bit like the overflow tube on your car's radiator bottle?
I know my old ZX had one. there was a long plastic tube attached to the outlet pipe at the top that just poked downwards so any excess would just drain out the bottom of the car.

 

TEEJ

Senior Member

M Bornong

Senior Member
Nice find. How did you track it down? I tried Tineye and Google Images, as well as various keyword searches, and couldn't find it.
I guess I got lucky with my description.

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Now that I'm taking a second look at it, it's not the exact photo, Yours is from a lower angle, but all the stains on the tanks, the numbers and painting on the wall line up, I think we have the same plane.
 
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cloudspotter

Senior Member
Shared on CGS FB page with the usual accompanying comments about barium etc and expressions of disgust

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According to the Flickr page it's taken from:

https://flic.kr/p/cwReA
 

Igrokush1

Member
That's an amazing pic either way!
Shared on CGS FB page with the usual accompanying comments about barium etc and expressions of disgust

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According to the Flickr page it's taken from:

https://flic.kr/p/cwReA
 

Igrokush1

Member
I'll post some pics soon of one day we all watched many contrails diverge to form one sky FULL of what appeared to be rain clouds. 9am-5pm Nov.8th, Redding CA to Yreka. I've never seem so many all join together to form a dark cloud mass, we (many people in town) counted approximately 30 contrails in the sky. The flight finder could only verify about half of those. They cross, bond, and form dark cloud matter. Whatever the cause, it was quite amazing.
 

Spectrar Ghost

Senior Member
Ice crystals carrying different light wavelengths? I'd like to hear NASA explain that. I think it would be more common. I mean, the whole 'aerodynamic' contrail idea. But, wow the colors man!
Ice crystals don't "carry" any wavelengths. Iridescence is caused by the cumulative diffraction through many similarly sized Water droplets or ice crystals. It's somewhat similar to the way a rainbow works except a rainbow reflects light back towards the observer through total internal reflection, while iridescence requires backlighting.
 

MikeC

Closed Account
Ice crystals carrying different light wavelengths? I'd like to hear NASA explain that. I think it would be more common. I mean, the whole 'aerodynamic' contrail idea. But, wow the colors man!
Rainbows can be caused by various things - and since you asked specifically for NASA's explaination here it is!
 

skephu

Senior Member
Another example of a deliberate hoax posted on Facebook by Madison Star Moon:
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A commenter asks:
The posted photo deliberately omits the source and the title of the video so it's quite hard to find the original. But it turns out that this is a screenshot from one of the latest episodes of the Canadian documentary TV series "Découverte" (Discovery) which presents the development of the Bombardier CSeries aircraft. The segment with the image above can be watched here:
http://ici.radio-canada.ca/tele/decouverte/2015-2016/segments/reportage/5524/series

In the segment it is clearly explained (in French) that the barrels are ballast tanks that simulate the weight of the passengers.

To answer Julie Marie Alderton's question: The person in the photo is Nicolas Tamestit, flight test engineer, his paycheck is signed by Bombardier Inc., and he lives in Montreal, Canada. Here's a video where he presents his work in some detail:

and he also explains how the water-filled ballast tanks are used during the flight testing:
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It is obvious that the photo posted by Madison Star Moon is a deliberate hoax as whoever made the screenshot of the video must have watched the entire video and must have been well aware that it presents the flight testing of the Bombardier CSeries and the tanks are ballast tanks containing water.

Screenshots from an older Bombardier CSeries flight testing video were even used to create images like this one:
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In fact this is from this video titled "Flight Test Crew Emergency Egress and Evacuation Testing", at 1:45 in the video:
 

skephu

Senior Member
Interesting... someone on Facebook commented "Do you have a link to the video?" to the photo above (on Amanda Danielle's page). I was wondering whether Amanda would post the link, and then everyone would see it's the Bombardier CSeries flight test. Guess what happened? The request for the link was deleted.

I really can't help but think that Amanda deliberately deceives her audience.
 

TEEJ

Senior Member
Interesting... someone on Facebook commented "Do you have a link to the video?" to the photo above (on Amanda Danielle's page). I was wondering whether Amanda would post the link, and then everyone would see it's the Bombardier CSeries flight test. Guess what happened? The request for the link was deleted.

I really can't help but think that Amanda deliberately deceives her audience.
Yesterday I sent that person a link to the video. I also sent it to a few others asking questions in the comments. I haven't received replies from any of them.
 

TEEJ

Senior Member
Then maybe he deleted his own comment, although I don't see why he would do that.
Possibly they deleted their comments after seeing the video? Perhaps they contacted Amanda and informed them that an "NSA shill" had made contact with them and was spreading "propaganda"? The mind boggles as to what goes on in the fantasy world that is Amanda and her followers!
 

TEEJ

Senior Member
Cmnit, I had a quick spin through the comments and at least one person does research and questioned the source.:)

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tavacid

New Member
This isn't from Facebook, however...
I recently found this picture on Tankerenemy's website

http://www.tankerenemy.com/2019/06/scie-chimiche-scovati-i-nuovi-sistemi.html?m=1
He suggests they are present only in CFM engines, and they are a new type of noozles for chemtrails. It would be a very stupid position for that.
In any case, I didn't find nothing. Somebody knows what's that?
 
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