posted on Mar, 18 2010 @ 10:23 AM
reply to post by itsawild1
Oy, vey! Not another "chem-trail"!
Look you were good to tell us about where you are, that helps....
Northern Wisconsin, eh? OK, get your maps out and look for Sault Ste. Marie. Know of it? Reason I bring it up is because it is a very common
navigation point for a lot of airline traffic coming back into the USA from Europe, after they've crossed the Atlantic.
You are seeing contrails
formed by normal, everyday passenger airliners flying overhead.
Heck, I'll show you with a link. Go to this site: skyvector.com...
Type in CYAM (identifier for Sault Ste. Marie). Click on the 'Enroute H-2' tab, and you will see the jet routes, and how they converge over that
[edit on 18 March 2010 by weedwhacker]