Re: [Rick's Gardening Tips] Re: LA Spray Days Summary - 2007
- View SourceAnother big problem at ChemtrailtrackingUSA's calendar is the number of people that get banned from the site. Many of the banned x-members (me included) were the ones that were posting on the calendar while they could.
ceruleannie <ceruleannie@...> wrote:
I don't find the data records in chemtrailtrackingusa helpful anymore
because there is no system in place to analyze it. Anyone can post at
random, so the data is random. It doesn't tell you anything other than
where some areas of the country are on a given day where some people
thought they saw activity and reported it.
I haven't been active on that site for a long time, but I never saw
any summary reports or other evidence that anyone was doing anything
with the data. There's no way to track trends because the data is not
comprehensive or consistent. That's why I stick to my own observations
of spray days by month in Los Angeles. I want to see if there are any
predictable quotas or patterns to help prove intentionality.
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> I joined chemtrailtrackingusa because they have a calendar where
> post chemspray days all over the country. Any reason we don't dothat
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- View SourceThere were four additional spray days in December, which brings the
grand total to 120 days. I had no idea they'd be so active right up
until New Year's Eve!
One trend I have observed in over three years of record keeping is
that there have never been more than 20 spray days in one month.
> 2007 Summary:
> Jan: 10
> Feb: 14
> Mar: 14
> Apr: 14
> May: 14
> Jun: 07
> Jul: 06
> Aug: 06
> Sep: 04
> Oct: 05
> Nov: 08
> Dec: 18