Harold Saive: Aerosols Probably Not Added To Jet Fuel – Injected in Turbofan High Bypass Stage


The Pratt and Whitney PW 4102 turbofan is typical of the more efficient high-bypass designs used in commercial and military transport aircraft.

The high bypass engine design develops thrust in two different ways, simultaneously . Keep in mind that engine combustion is required to produce the water vapor necessary to create REAL contrails.

In the photo below aerosol “chemtrail” lines can be readily accessed and maintained with the cowling lifted while the engine remains mounted in position.

pratt-and-whitney-turbofan-engine-2More: http://chemtrailsplanet.net/2015/01/23/chemtrails-originate-inside-the-turbofan-bypass-stage/


About Clare Swinney

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3 Responses to Harold Saive: Aerosols Probably Not Added To Jet Fuel – Injected in Turbofan High Bypass Stage

  1. hawkeyelive says:

    Thanks for the informative article! The nature of by pass jet engines delivering 80% cold air always contradicted such widespread con trail formation.
    Such a system described above is Obviously a logical choice for dispersing biological aerosols and heat sensitive polymers,however I still maintain that as the main visible white clouds are aluminium and it (trimethyl aluminum)has no corrosive effects on a jet engine,fuel additives are still the most likely culprit for chemtrails left by commercial aircraft.The only way to settle this to my satisfaction will be to personally obtain a fuel sample and oversee its analysis…easier said than done,but with some networking this must be possible.

  2. bill blyth says:

    In all cases we observe stop start chemtrails .. if the mixture were added to the fuel we would not see this phenomena as the trail could not be turned off… this one fact alone could suggest injection into the bypass system.

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