The question of atmospheric effects is valid. The observation of differences in contrail behavior, coupled with public statements indicating the
military's desire to control the weather are what makes people suspect a covert program for weather manipulation. It is a valid suspicion.
It should be noted that if there is a covert weather modification plan it would be sensible to have "persistent contrails" be the cover story,
resulting in distracting arguments such as we're involved in now.
I noticed a big difference in contrail behavior from about 2007 until the GoM explosion (massive grid patterns and parallel lines causing a
sun-blocking haze). After the GoM, it all changed back to normal. The atmospheric conditions hadn't changed from one day to the next, but the
behavior of contrails sure did.
I have yet to see any photos or video from the 20th century that show contrails spreading out to create a haze, yet they are plentiful in the 21st
century. Thanks to the folks who have posted photos from the last century, but those are photos of persistent contrails and they don't look the same
as the systematic spraying I have witnessed.
Unfortunately I cannot provide photographic evidence which shows the difference I described in my sky, and I'm not trying to convince anyone of
anything...this post was for my benefit, but I'm still not satisfied.
The change in my area was DRAMATIC. Huge patterns of grids, covering the sky in all directions, and after a couple years like that, it all stopped.
Atmospheric conditions can explain occasional persistent contrails, but they don't explain how they would change so dramatically from one day to the
next. The reason I noticed them to begin with was because they blocked the sun on sunny days. If the grids and lines are normal, I should be able to
count on seeing them at about the same time each year. For a couple years in a row I noticed the sun being blocked on most sunny days...this is what
caught my attention to begin with, and this is what caught my attention when they STOPPED; the sunny days are back and persistent contrails are only
visible occasionally again.
Here's an article describing it over Cyprus:
“We challenge the authorities to prove us wrong. The president of the chemists in Greece recently suggested to the Cyprus parliament that the
easiest and most effective way to test for chemtrails would be to send a plane up in the skies above Cyprus, with air filters, which could collect
samples of air. These could then be analysed.” He said it would only cost around ten thousand euros. “This would solve the mystery,” he
edit on 15-2-2011 by Yankee451 because: typo