It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Originally posted by wmd_2008
reply to post by MarshMallow_Snake
You guys love taking pictures of nothing why dont you add to your knowledge by looking up the weather data for the altitude the planes were flying at and compare with different flights at different altitudes and then compare that with how long the CONTRAILS last then you may see a correlation with what you think you see
Plenty of links on the net to get the info required lets see what you come up with thats if you dare
Originally posted by Chadwickus
The ability to blow the biggest conspiracy out of the water was in their hands and they chose not to do it.
What is wrong with these people??
Originally posted by MarshMallow_Snake
I really wish someone would either prove or put an end to this. It would be so much easier to know, one way or the other, what is the real deal.
Funny how ProudBird never responded to those documents...
Originally posted by RADAST
The L trail was really expanding now and was 20-30 times larger than when I first saw it. Again, none of the planes were takeoffs from Sky Harbor but they could have come from either Luke or the other base down by Tucson.
I had spent almost an hour watching and I knew I had to get back to the office. The sky was beginning to have the "high cloud" effect. I got back to the office and I commented to my associate what I had seen and we both just kind of let it go and went on with our day.
After lunch we noticed that the clear sky had become almost over cast by 2 in the afternoon. There were no more planes in the sky but the high clouds persisted.
The spreading of jet contrails into extensive cirrus sheets is a familiar sight. Often, when persistent contrails exist from 25,000 to 40,000 ft, several long contrails increase in number and gradually merge into an almost solid interlaced sheet.
Contrail development and spreading begins in the morning hours with the start of heavy jet traffic and may extend from horizon to horizon as the air traffic peaks. Fig. 1 is a typical example of midmorning contrails that occured on 17 December 1969 northwest of Boulder. By midafternoon, sky conditions had developed into those shown in Fig. 2 an almost solid contrail sheet reported to average 500 m in depth.