posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 01:25 PM
Living in Washington state we get a wide variety of different densities of moisture in the air. On dryer days we see contrails that keep their shape
or disappear quickly, and on really dry days (very few of them
) they do not form at all. We can also see how parts will stay then a few miles
farther a section will disappear as the plane passes through different moisture levels in the air. When we have more moisture in the air, contrails
are bigger AND many times continue to expand without losing much of their density. All this leads me to believe that all of it in these cases is only
pure moisture from the air that has reacted with the hot exhaust of the airplanes.
If planes are dropping chemicals then they should act the same way every time and not act as contrails since contrails are made up of water vapor and
react with the water vapor in the air. Because chemicals would not react with water vapor the pattern would be a continuous expansion and continuous
dissipation as the chemicals spread into a continuous decrease of parts per million. That expansion would not be like water vapor either... chemicals
would not stay floating and would spread out to the point it would disappear and drop to earth. this would start as a thick thin line that would
quickly expand sideways and downwards to the point it would not be visual to the naked eye. Any trails from an airplane that doesn't spread and
dissipate quickly while expanding in a downward direction too can only be water in the air that has basically been turned into clouds as the air
moisture reacts with the hot exhaust of the engines.
So on some days you see very little contrails or thin ones, and on other days the sky is filled with them as they just do not dissipate while in many
cases continue to grow that all of this represents only water vapor. A true chemtrail would look very strange in the sky due to its expansion in a
downward motion too as the heavier than air affects force it to rain down. (kind of like what heavy rain fall looks like as you see lines of the rain
as it falls to earth).
Color though means nothing since it would basically be whatever color the sun position and dust in the air would create....
edit on 30-6-2012 by Xtrozero because: (no reason given)