Two Chemtrails from a 3 engine MD-11 Jet. while the 3rd engine on the tail emits normal contrail.Chemtrail Evidence, Featured Friday, May 25th, 2012
Two Chemtrails from a 3 engine MD-11 Jet. while the 3rd engine on the tail emits normal contrail.
The MD-11 jet aircraft has 3 engines that match the aircraft in the video. 1 engine is at the tail. Also, the wing profile matches that of the MD-11.
A careful look at the entire video suggests the middle trail from the tail engine could be a normal contrail. Look at the trails as the camera pans out wide to show only 2 trails far behind the aircraft.
The 3rd trail in the center eventually disappears because it was a normal water vapor trail. Also the distance from the middle trail to engine exhaust far exceeds the distance of the 2 trails on the wing engines.
Finally, the appearance, texture, size and hue of the middle trail appears different than the 2 wing engine chemtrails
In many cases where the fuel is laced with aluminum, the chemtrails are necessarily absent from the one engine in order to supply clean air to pressurize the cabin. If all engines were laced with aluminum, the cabin air system could pump aluminum toxins into the cabin for the passengers and crew to breathe.
The problem is with the design of a “bleed valve” – a device that pumps outside air from the engine to pressurize the cabin. The original valve design (naively) assumed that all air outside the cabin was clean enough to pump inside the aircraft cabin. As a result the bleed valve was designed with no filter system to remove impurities.
This is a well documented issue with crew suffering from the condition of AEROTOXIC SYNDROME where fumes from engine oil leaks have been blamed for causing neurological illnesses among pilots and crew. ( See http://Aerotoxic.org )
Harold Saive – Licensed pilot since 1977