A bit of simple math was used to debunk the chemtrail nonsense conspiracy recently. Over at the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry’s website there’s a great piece explaining why there simply aren’t enough pilots, planes or chemicals for the chemtrail silliness to be true: A typical crop duster might use seven ounces of agent diluted in . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Blog & Commentary: Chemtrails: yet more conspiracy claptrap
Former BC Premier, the man who led the successful fight over the hated HST, has now turned his energies towards the threat of chemtrails.
Those trails in the sky most of us have believed to be jet stream are thought by many to be dangerous aluminum and barium released to alter weather patterns.
The charismatic . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: ***Newsflash*** Bill Vander Zalm Puts Politicians on Notice over Chemtrails!
Yesterday, I attended a talk here in Vancouver by author and activist Yves Engler, promoting his latest book The Ugly Canadian: Stephen Harper’s Foreign Policy. While the talk was very informative, most of the entertainment came during the question-and-answer session … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Song of the Watermelon: False Flags and Vapour Trails: Reflections on Conspiracy Theory