Original source for Neil Finlay (Canadian physicist) talking about chemtrails?

cmnit

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Hi all,

on a blogpost from TankerEnemy it is reported that a Canadian physicist named Neil Finlay talked about chemtrails discussing a specific optical effect (birefringence) which cannot be caused by ice crystals but, rather, by chemicals (strontium titanate was mentioned).

Is anybody aware about Finlay and of the original source of his discussion?
 

Mick West

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There's no need to anonymize links. The individual user can decide if they want to. All links are nofollow and noreferrer
 

Mick West

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The Original is a William Thomas article from 2006
http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=78477&st=45
He's wrong though. All the colors we see are consistent with atmospheric effects. He seems to be forgetting about Mie scattering, which creates iridescence very different from ice crystals

http://contrailscience.com/files/Gierens_Aerodynamic_poster_060625.pdf

And something someone once remembered seeing though his sun visor 8 years ago is hardly evidence.
 

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