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In such case there had to be some other factor causing the phenomena because it would be the same all the time
temperature, ice supersaturation,
thickness of ice-supersaturated layers, and vertical gradients
in the horizontal wind ﬁeld
OP is about the observable patterns with not much of presumptions but including space for some new scientific explanation. It has no ambition to explain or expose anything.
You can do a simple subjective test - watch the sky on regular, eventually windy days and you may see less of it happening. Whatever it is. Look up in time of increased solar activity (and a week after) and you can almost bet your shoes there will be plenty of haze from it (maybe above clouds) and you wont see a clear Sun anyway.
Im afraid that some of you would say "nah!" even if someone wrote a statistic diary. Im sure someone on the net does.edit on 6/3/2014 by PapagiorgioCZ because: (no reason given)
Again (as usually) nice sunny morning over my city became hazy in a few hours of weird cirruses forming behind planes.
I'm used to ignore long persistent trails in the sky especially in the winter as I can imagine that the atmosphere is colder.
However in days like this one has to think about all possible conspiracies and scientific explanations because this effect is out of normal. It's not primarily a question of possible human intention in such event. There was and is no other cloud on the bright sky and these planes changed the game, changed the weather. There will be no good sunbathing today because the sun radiation is now filtered through this layer and is not warming the ground (and me) enough and the air stays colder too.
Is there rather some population protecting conspiracy or it is possible that the atmosphere got a boost from the Sun and it behaves differently because it is electrically charged?
Do you observe this effect stronger in such days? Can you see it today over your area?