http://atv.disney.go.com/playhouse/litt ... s/sky.html
From a previous post in the Disney is CIA for Kids thread (now located in the psyops and meme management forum):
I wrote:I frequently stop on the Disney Channel now when flipping around cable. I have Hugh to blame for this as the programming is as vacuous and insipid as I had imagined. A while ago I came across a show called Little Einsteins.
Wikipedia synopsis - Little Einsteins features four children (two boys and two girls) — Leo, June, Quincy, and Annie — along with their intelligent and transformable space/air/water-craft, "Rocket". In each episode they embark on an adventure (or "mission") to solve some problem or help a new friend. These missions take them to far-flung locations including foreign countries and "extreme" environments such as Antarctica, underwater, or outer space. In some episodes, Rocket's nemesis "Big Jet" tries to steal something from them or beat them to a goal. The characters' respective talents and participation of the audience are required to surmount various obstacles to completing the mission. Each episode concludes with a "curtain call" crediting the team members, ancillary characters, and reviewing the featured art and music selections.
Mission is the language used on the show and on the Little Einstein's webpages. What made me look any of this up was the appearance of Big Jet.
I wrote:As an aside, you'll notice that Big Jet is shown in this image with a persistant contrail that appears to be creating a cloud. Hmmm...
From the Episode Guide on TV.com:
[url=http://www.tv.com/little-einsteins/show/49420/episode.html]19. Season 1, Ep 19: O Yes, O Yes, It's Springtime
The gang travels to the Netherlands so that Quincy can plant his friend Baby Tulip, until Big Jet uses his new machine: A season machine to interfere with the kids Springtime.
Will the kids stop Big Jet from ruining Springtime?
Here's a complete list of Little Einsteins episodes via Wikipedia.
It is a pictogram for "jets create clouds". It is that and there can be no argument about that. If you asked me to draw a pictogram depicting the information "jets create clouds" this is as simple an image as you could create and yet contain that information.
Is it intentional? I dunno. Maybe there's some graphic designer somewhere with an interest chemtrails. Maybe there's some graphic designer somewhere having a joke on a coworker who is a chemtrail nut. Maybe it's just coincidence. Maybe it's just a picture of a jet flying through a cloud as has been suggested.
Or maybe "The Great Sky Race" has more than one meaning? Maybe subliminally embedding the information "jets create clouds" into preschoolers brains is desirable to someone.
If this latter is the case and it's intent is to build a subconscious foundation for the normalcy of human cloud/weather engineering then it stands to reason that there would be other instances of this in children's media.
If you find any please post them here.