posted on Feb, 4 2011 @ 07:18 PM
reply to post by Human_Alien
Ahh, not this time. I'm a noob anyway, I don't think they let me play with all the cool ban toys.
That is why I am careful to not discount the truth of chemtrails. It isn't that I don't think they exist, I just know for certain that the vast
majority of things in the sky are easily explainable.
I, myself have seen a few trails that were unexplainable. I am pretty sure I saw a scramjet tested on two occasions. And I was at a Krispy Kreme one
Saturday morning when some type of unrecognizeable craft zoomed over and left a massive trial, stopped traffic and we all just stared.
Still, there are regular jetways in the sky, and with a little research you can see how they correspond to your location, and you will notice that all
the trails follow the jetways. They are just condensation manipulated by pressure. Sometimes they drift after they are formed, and then a new jet
comes along and makes a new one, and you get a series of lines. Sometimes an E-W jetway intersects a N-S jetway and you get a grid pattern. The vast
majority of lines in the sky can be explained this way.
Maybe that doesn't explain them all, but it knocks out a very big chunk of them.