Update on Photo of Interior of Chemtrailing Plane

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2008-02-06 10:24:19

Someone on my mailing list sent me the text below, describing that it was likely the photo depicted a flight loading test.   This image:   img293.imageshack.us…   seems to be a slightly better quality version of the one on the “Cloak and Dagger” site. You can see in both a label on one of the tanks saying “LOAD BANK”. However, there is still the question of the sign just above the seats. In the image linked above, it can more clearly be seen to show “Sprayer 05”. There are 3 possibilities I can think of:   1) There is some type of sprayer in the load testing aircraft, legitimately 2) Someone has photoshopped an original flight test image and inserted “Sprayer 05” to make it disinformation. I had a look at the photo, but couldn’t detect this easily (maybe someone else can?) 3) It is a Chemtrailing aircraft, but it looks similar to a flight-test aircraft.   Some of the pictures from the blog below are strongly indicative that (1) may be correct:   www.boeing.com/comme…   www.boeing.com/comme…   www.boeing.com/comme…   I also found this description of the X-Plane test: www.x-plane.com/adve…, which shares a number of common features with the alleged chemtrailer photo (though not all, it seems).   I walked back along the length of the fuselage just to take it all in. The computers were racks of hardware and monitors in strong aluminum cases bolted hard to the floor that most certainly would NOT be floating around in turbulence or zero-G or (in excess of!) two-G flights. More empty space followed, and then the water-ballast tanks in the back. They looked like a bunch of big beer kegs for Arnold Schwarzenigger and his 50 best drinking buddies, all connected by large pipes and pumps. This is how the center of gravity is varied in flight: pump the water fore or aft.One of the certification requirements is that the plane be able to lose an engine at the most inopportune of times and places (perhaps just before liftoff at 160 mph on the runway with a full load of cargo and fuel, with the end of the runway approaching fast… perhaps at 500 mph and 40,000 feet over the North Atlantic in the dead of Winter) and still be able to bring everyone home unhurt. And the FAA doesn’t accept predictions or promises. You actually have to go out and DO it. Across the Ocean on one mighty engine. “When we take this thing around the world on the eval flights we bring movies and sleeping bags and camp out here!” my host says, pointing to the vast empty cabin floor between the computers and aft water tanks. Sleeping in a sleeping bag doing mach 0.84 over the North Atlantic at 40,000 feet on one engine. The other shut down, and LEFT shut down, for hours. “But what if you lose the engine for REAL that is holding the plane?” I ask “You can’t possibly start the one you shut down for testing after it has been windmilling through the air at -100 degrees in thin air for the last 6 hours! No engine can start that is so cold!” “Sure we can! That’s part of the certification! We air start and windmill-start as part of certification on every plane”.The bright ORANGE wires and sensors mean “flight-test”, and are only there for Boeings intensive testing and evaluation of it’s prototypes, of which this is the first 777-300 ER.   From the blog   Recently making the rounds in bulletins is a picture that is being claimed to be proof of chemtrail spray planes.img293.imageshack.us…   Now there may or may not be chemtrail spray planes. I don’t really care one way or the other, although it wouldn’t suprise me one bit. But right now we have more pressing matters than a little radioactive barium salt in our lungs.   In any case, back to the picture. It is merely a Boeing test engineering setup to alter the center of gravity during flight testing. www.boeing.com/comme…   Remember, we test at the extremes of the weight/CG envelope. This requires us to control the CG during ground and flight conditions. We can move weight, in the form of water, forward or aft with the use of the water ballast system. This system is comprised of 48 barrels, each capable of carrying 460 pounds, connected by tubing to a pump. A computerized system tracks fuel placement, fuel burn, people placement, ballast, flap setting, landing gear position and water barrel quantity. The information is processed to display the airplane’s current CG. We move water or specify fuel tank usage to configure the CG within the specified test requirements       Are you interested in what’s really going on in the world, behind the facade? Then…www.checktheevidence… happened on 9/11?www.drjudywood.com/    

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