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QUE CORRAN ESTAS IMÁGENES Y VÍDEOS HACIA TODOS LOS CONTACTOS QUE TENGÁIS, ES LA MEJOR PRUEBA VISUAL QUE TENEMOS http://stopsecrets.ning.com/profiles/blogs/que-corran-estas-im-genes-y-v-deos-hacia-todos-los-contactos-que The pressurized retardant tanks on the 747 Supertanker. The retardant is forced out by compressed air, much like on the MAFF C-130 air tankers. And here's the exterior [​IMG] Sam White of Evergreen points out the four nozzles that dispense retardant. Photos by Eric Engman The Patent on the tanks is number 7413145 described as: http://www.google.com/patents/US7413145 Content from external source A method and apparatus for aerial fire suppression utilizing a potable fire retardant chemical dispensing system, readily adaptable, without extensive aircraft modification, to various makes of aircraft, for dispensing current types of forest and range fire fighting chemicals. The aerial delivery system is self contained and reusable. It enables cargo/utility aircraft to carry and dump a load, under control. The aerial delivery system is capable of attachment at the wing box, pressurized delivery from the nozzles, and nozzles directed straight downward. Here's another couple of shots of the interior, taken in Hahn, Germany, July 7, 2009. This is probably when the above shots were taken, as Sam White appears in both, wearing the same suit, tie, and ID badge. But it's less useful to the chemtrail promoters, as it's more obviously from an air show - and people are not going to be showing a secret chemtrail plane at an air show. http://www.flickr.com/photos/feuerwehrwiesbaden/3774864584/in/set-7... Here's the supertanker doing its thing. Very unlike a contrail: http://www.flickr.com/photos/feuerwehrwiesbaden/3774058645/sizes/o/... The barrels also clearly show up in old promotional films of the testing of the very first 747 in 1969: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrDv4jX_MUs I've seen an even older promo film of the testing of the 707 in the 1950s using the barrels. Will have a search for it later and post a link GregMc,Jul 21, 2012 And another in (the caption for the photo next to it says it was a 747 in 1969) http://books.google.com/books?id=OEniu9ff-_sC&lpg=PA15&ots=... Here's a photo of what looks like the same system taken in 2005. A doctored version of this commonly shows up in Chemtrail groups: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Boeing/Boeing-777-240-LR/0855967/L/ Here's the same plane, showing all the test equipment and computers: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Boeing/Boeing-777-240-LR/0855966/L/ And some more from 2003: http://www.x-plane.com/adventures/the long room.html And another of the 777. This one is also heavily used by the chemtrail web sites. This A380 upper deck photo (from 2005) is commonly used by chemtrail promoters as "proof" of chemtrails: http://www.flickr.com/photos/21507453@N08/2100883130/ "Upper deck view showing ballast tanks on the A380 [F-WWOW]*. 15th November 2005"​ *(Note: original source incorrectly stated G-WWOW) Here's a video of this A380 test setup at a public air show in China: [video=youtube;J_Wd3SSK8gQ] http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/bristol/hi/people_and_places/newsid_824... The large white cylinder in the foreground is a tow bar. The loop on the left end hooks to a tow truck, and the hooks at the right (the towhead) attach to the front landing gear. There are four handles on it for manual operation. This one is the A380 ballast barrels from an article in the Seattle PI. http://www.seattlepi.com/news/slideshow/Tour-an-Airbus-A380-3281.php A nice HD image of the A380 upper deck: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Airb...49782/L/&sid=c71cd59e408c... http://www.airliners.net/photo/Emir...43009/L/&sid=c71cd59e408c... More from the A380: http://www.planepictures.net/netshow.php?id=548816 Another A380-861 http://www.airliners.net/photo/Airb...08973/L/&sid=c71cd59e408c... This is a nice one as it shows the ballast tanks behind the seats: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Airb...41061/L/&sid=c71cd59e408c... The following are from a 747-8F, from Aviation Week "Water ballast barrels in the Section 41 nose section for center of gravity testing. We counted 33 in all for the whole aircraft, each of which holding around 1,000-lbs." "Between the ballast barrels around 16 racks of test equipment and engineer’s test stations occupy the bulk of the main deck." "The reel mechanism for deploying and stowing the trailing static cone sits on the main deck just forward of the aft pressure bulkhead." Here's a video of the 787 setup: [video=youtube;IxMSoxzYhG8] Here's a close up of the barrels one the 787 taken during a tour. Note there's a placard on the right explaining the water ballast system. http://www.airliners.net/photo/Boei...2071369/&sid=c71cd59e408c... Another of the 787, taken from a different airshow: http://www.flickr.com/photos/28042007@N07/6039811699/ Here's the 787 showing all the test equipment: http://www.flickr.com/photos/28042007@N07/6040299722/in/photostream/ Another 787 image, from Wired: http://www.wired.com/autopia/2010/02/peek-inside-boeing-747-8/ "Water ballast tanks used to control center of gravity during test flights.These tanks are filled with water and engineers can transfer water between the tanks during flight to shift the weight of simulated cargo or passengers. The center of gravity, or CG as pilots call it, is important to the flight characteristics of any airplane. During flight test, Boeing must ensure the plane is safe and efficient at full forward and full aft CG as well as any combination between the two." This one is a bit unusual, it's a test BAe-146-300 from 1989. The ballast here is lead blocks! But there's also a single blue barrel at the back of the plane: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Brit...51730/L/&sid=c71cd59e408c... Here's one from a 777-300ER, also gets some play in "chemtrail" groups. Photo from 2002, Seattle PI http://www.seattlepi.com/news/slideshow/Daily-News-Gallery-12-27-20... Caption: Craig Boyden works on water ballast tanks for the 777-300ER that will used for flight testing. Mick West,Jul 20, 2012