Wednesday, January 25, 2012

they call it flyover country...

I've counted 20 jet contrails in the skies here in flyover country during the Rush Hour.
flyover country

Jet Contrails in the West:
Hmmm, nice thick rich color...

short cut?

Jet "contrails" wrapped in plastic mary todd

20 second video of cool jet contrail HERE:

1 comment:

  1. at another post on this blog, concern over CHEM trails versus contrails was noted. interesting: "...The obvious differences between chemtrails and contrails
    Contrails appear from aircraft propulsion systems of all types at stratospheric altitudes, 30,000 to 40,000 feet up. They are exhaust vapors that become ice crystals in high altitude, low pressure frigid air.
    Contrails are harmless and dissipate quickly. They don’t linger. They usually extend from 20 to 50 plane lengths behind the aircraft. They are very white and somewhat thinly textured. Sometimes high altitude planes can be seen as silver specks without any trail at all. Chemtrails, however, are very different.
    Chemtrails often extend from one horizon to the other. They tend to be thicker and wider than contrails, and their white plumes can be tainted with slight discolorations. Chemtrails linger for hours or whole days.
    They tend to fan out and mingle with themselves or actual clouds, forming larger clouds or a haze that covers the sky. At higher ground levels, they can be observed drifting downward to earth.
    ..." from