posted on Jan, 4 2011 @ 03:24 PM
Originally posted by woogleuk
Yep, it's blatantly a contrail on a calm day, it's not a missile, too narrow, it's not a chemtrail as they are a work of fiction, and this is going to
turn into another 100-200 page thread of people arguing the toss over it.
It's starting to all get a bit silly now to be honest.
Let the debate commence...........
edit on 4/1/11 by woogleuk because: (no reason given)
Let me re-word that for you. It was blatantly NOT a AIRPLANE contrail. A contrail would spread out evenly, being narrow at the tip and spreading out
behind it as the particles disperse through the air from humidity. It is doing this slightly but not enough to indicate a jumbo jet. You can tell by
how slow the contrail is spreading out that this thing is moving much faster than a airplane.
Considering the MUCH better perspective than the one off Cali, I would say that is NOT an airplane. The Cali one was debatable, but this is much
closer to the viewer, enabling a better diagnosis.
I live under multiple flight paths, being 3 miles from Dulles Airport. I've seen contrails stretch from horizon to horizon. This thing is CLEARLY,
CLEARLY vertical, and not from an airplane...
Now, what size was this rocket / missile? Do model rockets leave contrails such as this? I do know that with very large model rockets, you have to
notify your local airport so as to not scare them when they find something on radar that shouldn't be there...
edit on 4-1-2011 by SubPop79 because: typos
edit on 4-1-2011 by SubPop79 because: (no reason given)