posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 09:13 PM
reply to post by tracehd1
This is almost a daily occurrence here in central Florida.
It's all so very sad that more people are not questioning it, but as soon as I point it out to someone that is not "in the know", they just dismiss it
as normal contrails.
I have been successful in opening a handful of friends and family's eyes though. Now they call me up and are like, "Man, go outside and check it out.
They are working overtime today."
Some days they are cruising around at 20-30k feet and there are plumes as far as the eye can see. Other days, it's just as clear as a bell, and you
watch the planes flying at the same altitude and the contrail dissipates rapidly.
Having worked on aircraft from T-38's, B-52, and KC-130's while in the Air Force. I know what contrails look like What you are seeing in Montana and
what everyone else around the planet are seeing is not contrails.
Thanks for the post. S&F for you.
edit on 6-10-2011 by FusionInFL because: (no reason given)