The spreading contrail you see are from traffic that is unrelated to Birmingham. It's going between more distant airports, possibly hundreds or thousands of miles away.
edit on 11-3-2012 by Uncinus because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by purplemer
wow that is bad stuff. If I was you I would stay indoors for 24hours and seal the windows with gaffa tape... I never use to belief in chemtrails but my friend kept going on about them. Now he is dead and I have a good idea why...
Originally posted by Droidinvoid
I will post a weeks worth of pix this week and look forward to the response , I have seen the sky above the house full with the same trails maybe 5 or 6 trails hanging in the sky.If someone can tell me they are legitimate vapor trails it would save me the bother ha ha , but if they are not , these things are in my neck of the woods daily.
The last thing I want to be doing is filling up the forum with bogus chem trails , so informed opinion or fact will greatly help me , thanks in advance.
Originally posted by weemadmental
i would have suggested a bit of research first but hey where is the fun in that, the aircraft are coming in to land at Birmingham, they are too low to create a contrail as there is not enough moisture in the air at that height to condense in the engine jet stream,
I am located around 10 miles from the main airport , but never see planes coming in to land with trails like this in the pix.
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