Here's an example of what seems to be you stating a belief:
As I'm sure you know, Nasa, Noaa and a couple others I can't recall brought out a joint 'contrail fact sheet' back in 2000 or 2001, it was in response to so many queries from the public on what was being observed. So, contrary to what Mick has said about it being a gradual increase, this suggests that there was a time when it became a lot more noticeable to Joe Public, so much so that they felt the need to produce a document to explain it.
Is that really the best you can do? The first sentence is totally factual - no stated belief there, I don't think. The words 'this suggests' er, suggest, there is no statement of 'belief', it might 'seem' (I quote you) to you like it is, but that's not the same thing. It most certainly doesn't relate to your original question on my 'belief' - see below
Come on, here's your original question/quote to which I asked for clarification:
I ask you again, What belief is that? - you must have had one in mind to ask that question. Please indicate what belief and where I have stated this belief. There's plenty of words here written by me - is this first quote above what you're referring to? I could just as well say that I urge you to take a step back and review what you think you know about my beliefs. Or are you just assuming you know my position to satisfy your world view?Lee, I'd urge you to take a step back and review what you think you know about contrails. Do you actually have any evidence to back up your belief? Or are you just assuming contrails are nefarious because it fits so nicely into your world view?
And for Mr Jay: I really can't be bothered with you any further - you're forever calling me a liar, a poor argument in all respects, and a poor judgement call. The story about the Russian cement sack was reported here just a few weeks ago - that it took place in 2008 was not reported. I am not responsible for the vagaries of the BBC's methods, but it is quite well known among journalists that old stories are regularly trotted out to fill a gap here and there. You appear to hold some personal animus towards me - which seems strange, as you don't know me. I also think you have an unusual interest in laundry I can't say I share. Finally, to you - I refer you to an earlier post on 'conspiracy theor -ist/y' and its meaning. You can't see that you, by definition (and aren't definitions important?), are a conspiracy theorist. Apparently, you spend an inordinate amount of time theorizing about conspiracies, perceived or real. What does that make you? Answers on a postcard...