Debunked: The Science Claims of Global March Against Chemtrails and Geoengineering

Mick West

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Global March Against Chemtrails and Geoengineering makes the following claim on their facebook page:

Global MARCH Against Chemtrails and Geoengeneering

NASA wants you to believe a lie .. that these white lines in the clouds are just contrails. FACT according to science contrails dissipate in seconds.

FACT - Even under the best of conditions according to science contrails dissipate in seconds. Aerosol Geoengineering aircraft trails get wider as they get older and can persist for many hours or most of the day. These man made toxic trails can go for hundreds of miles in any direction and from horizon to horizon. You could be the solution to this global crime against all living things on this planet. Join the next Global March Against Chemtrails And Geoengineering on September 27 2014 Everywhere![/bunk]
However, science does not say this, it quite unequivocally says that under many conditions contrails can last for hours.

1991: National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Weather

1988: Exploring the Sky By Day, Page 49

1981: Peterson Field Guide to the Atmosphere, page 137

1972: Clouds of the World, page 130

1969: Clouds and Weather. Page 28

1957: Cloud Study: A pictorial Guide, page 79

1943 - Cloud Reading For Pilots, page 73

The above are simply the books I personally own. There are many other books that can be found in scanned form on the internet:

1983: Encyclopedia Britannica: "last for several hours"

1975 International Cloud Atlas:

1946, Brewer, Condensation Trails: Weather, June 1946

So, why exactly are people marching under the banner of an organizations that gets it's science so wrong?
i read poster & it says picture Jan 29th 2014 but find its OEM says 2004

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acquired January 29, 2004download Google Earth file (KML)

This enhanced infrared image from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS), aboard NASA’sTerra satellite, shows widespread contrails over the southeastern United States during the morning of January 29, 2004.
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