Whoa! Kylie Jenner Flashes Boobs During Nearly Topless Photo Shoot: See the …

27 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

A Kardashian Stumbles Upon a Chemtrail.

Kylie Jenner posted a tweet Monday asking questions in reference to chemtrails, a conspiracy theory that those white lines in the sky aren’t condensation after all but actually the government spraying tiny streams of harmful biological agents designed to make people sick and control their minds.Kylie Jenner, worried about the children, wants to know who or what all of this plane exhaust is exterminating, if it’s the honeybees, and who’s paying to kill all of these honeybees.This weekend, Jenner tweeted a photo that raises questions about those white trails left behind by airplanes (for years, conspiracy theorists have posited that they’re evidence of the government trying to poison us). The graphic is littered with grammatical errors and raises questions like “Why did I see 75 planes spraying white stuff into the sky on my 15 minute drive to work?” and “WHO THE F#*% THOUGHT THIS WAS A GOOD IDEA?” The trails are only formed when the damp exhaust from a jet meets cold air in the upper-atmosphere, turning it into thin cirrus cloud, so no need for that TED talk after all, Kylie. (RELATED: Kylie Jenner On Bruce’s Transition: ‘I Feel Like I Go Through These Times Where I Hate My Life’)

On Monday, the 17-year-old star of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and daughter of Bruce Jenner and Kris Kardashian, posted a meme on Twitter, where she inexplicably has over 9 million followers. Whos [sic] is responcible [sic]?” Scientists have tried to dispel the swirling theories for years, and when we contacted the Environmental Protection Agency to see if they’d like to comment, the media office pointed us to this fact sheet that five agencies (EPA, NASA, NOAA, and the FAA) released in 2000 (back when Jenner was a preschooler). If Kylie Jennner can get her fans to risk permanent facial damage for the #KylieJennerChallenge, we don’t even want to think about the misinformation she’d be able to impart on her followers, a bogus set of faux-scientific views as easily attainable as her specialty hair extensions and PacSun clothing line. Per the fact sheet, “contrails have been a normal effect of jet aviation since its earliest days.” In other words, say the feds, maybe Jenner should focus her attention on more pressing matters. Let’s hope Kylie follows this tweet with a joke, because we don’t want to live in a world where America’s most marketable family also sells pseudoscience.

However, she remains influential — the chemtrails image had been retweeted more than 4,000 times at the the time of writing — so it’s important to take a quick look at the science behind the theory. The most that they do is alter the amount of solar energy reaching the surface and escaping from the atmosphere, but that’s a small amount compared to greenhouse gases and other manmade factors. “Whos is responcible” for the honeybees dying off?

Department of Agriculture, “a combination of mites, poor nutrition and pesticides are to blame for the bee deaths.” It’s unclear how deep into chemtrails conspiracy theories Jenner is. Am I the only one who sees this? [sic]” Jenner has unknowingly stumbled into the chemtrail conspiracy theory, which dates back to August 1996, when the United States Air Force’s university, Air University, published a paper (PDF) titled Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025. Maybe she’s just trying to ask thought-provoking questions to fill the void left by Twitter’s preeminent teen philosopher Jaden Smith, who sadly abandoned his @OFFICIALJADEN handle earlier this month.

Some members of society who are disturbed by and reject the reality that the world is a disorganized, leaderless hellhole took the paper to mean that the government wanted to control the weather. Did Beyoncé and Jay Z really settle on naming their daughter Blue Ivy because it’s an acrostic poem that can read Born Living Under Evil, Illuminati’s Very Youngest?

There is a lot to unpack in Jenner’s grammatically disastrous meme, but seeing as 9 million people have been exposed to it in less than 24 hours, it’s now irresponsible not to try. Some jets leave white trails, known as contrails, in their paths “for the same reason you can sometimes see your breath,” according to The Scientific American. “The hot, humid exhaust from jet engines mixes with the atmosphere, which at high altitude is of much lower vapor pressure and temperature than the exhaust gas. The water vapor contained in the jet exhaust condenses and may freeze, and this mixing process forms a cloud very similar to the one your hot breath makes on a cold day.” No. There is no definitive answer for why honeybees are dying, but The New York Times reported in 2014 that the deaths seem to be caused by “a complex set of pressures on managed and wild bee populations that includes disease, a parasite known as the varroa mite, pesticides, extreme weather and poor nutrition tied to a loss of forage plants.” That’s because of a complicated series of factors—whether or not you’re looking at the sky, how clear the sky is on that day, if there happens to be a plane above your head, and if that plane has reached an altitude that would cause its exhaust to condense and freeze and form a trail.

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