Lost my last post. = (
OK, Chemtrails are a fun conspiracy, because they illustrate some common factors behind conspiracy theories.
First, we have selective memory.
Has anyone introduced you to the FedEx arrow? You may have gone years without noticing it, but when someone introduces to you, you can't help but notice it ever after. Or perhaps you've learned a new word, and then see that word crop up everywhere.
To quote the internet at large, "Once seen, it can't be unseen".
So, this mental trick can produce the illusion that something was never there before. In fact, we have documented evidence of contrails going back to WWII.
Anyhow, if the stuff in jet fuel is toxic enough to make people sick from atmospheric dispersal, why aren't we seeing ground crews and aircraft pilots coming down with illnesses? If people can 'smell' the chemicals they see being disbursed miles away, why don't airports stink to high heaven?