reply to post by EmVeeFF
Firstly, I have only a "vague-iest" idea of where you are. New Jersey, is about as close as I can pinpoint it.
Furthermore, you are *demanding* something, after-the-fact, and *requiring* "exactness".....and "proof":
i need proof that passenger planes paths are documented with the same formation of the contrails.
A One-Off example, of contrail at one time and date.....well, it CAN be done, but.....without me being right there, at your side to SHOW you.....then,
it will be up to you to use the fact that, as you say, you are intelligent.
Realize where you are, a conspiracy forum, not an aviation forum.
Well, duh.....of course, the hypocrisy is lost on you? You *demand proof*, about something having to do with aviation, then say the above??
Deal with the reality, first...of the contrails.
Now.....actual paths, of any given flight, on any given day....day-to-day....may NOT always be identical, for many reasons. Even the same flight
number, scheduled at the same time of day, daily. It can be delayed...re-routed....there can be weather avoidance issues, traffic conflicts, and
off-course radar vectors, even flight plans vary by routing, because of changing prevailing winds aloft.....
With that said --- next, have to identify the location of our contrails, and date and time. Exact, latitude and longitude....which you either know,
or you don't. Then, can find a location on an Aeronautical Chart.....then, can access FlightAware, for their records of flights....and, we can hunt
through every possible candidate flight, just using educated guesses (this is where I would come in handy) to try and find matches....it would be a
type of detective work.
And, tedious as hell. Could be done, with effort and patience...as long as your contrails weren't more than about four months old (or, however far
back FlightAware keep their data accessible online).
Know what would be a hell-a-lot simpler? Watching for future contrail events, while simultaneously monitoring FlightAware....much easier to identify
the flights in real time, than after the fact.
But, you seemed to think that knowing about aviation was somehow....what? Irrelevant??