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Originally posted by Kelmi
reply to post by weedwhacker
O.K well this kinda looks alot what i saw, Thanks
www.atoptics.co.uk...edit on 22-3-2011 by Kelmi because: (no reason given)
The contrail crossed the sun and its needle-like shadow extrended well across the sky towards the antisolar point. The shadow was cast onto a smooth layer of cirrostratus cloud beneath the aircraft. November 2nd 2002, sun 20° high. Photo ©2002 Les Cowley
Originally posted by MickC
reply to post by Drustew
That is not the case with the 'Shadow' theory here though.
While this theory has a great deal of merit in some cases, it does not stand up to scrutiny in the occurrence that I witnessed, for the following reasons:
The jet I mentioned was flying due North (towards Dundee by happy coincidence). As I stated, the month was July and the time was 9:30 in the morning. So if you were to stand facing North at this time in the morning the sun would be quite high on your right side. The jet was to the west or high on my left side and travelling from the South to towards the North.
Now if we look at those pictures of shadows that Weedwhacker kindly posted links to (not sure why... I mean I've seen shadows before!?) we notice that the sun casts shadows in the opposite direction. Surprise surprise!
So when the Sun is on the right of an object the shadow will be on the Left or to put it another way, if the Sun is to the east of an object the shadow will be to the west. But as I said the 'Black line' went from the nose of the plane towards the North (This could not happen unless the sun was to the South, which would be around 12:00 Noon around here and The jet was long gone by then).
I can assure you that Chem-Trails exist. They are needed to assist with creating the correct atmosphere for HAARP-related Project Blue Beam testing.