posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 02:59 PM
Originally posted by lastword
reply to IsawWHATtheyDID... i agree 100%!! some pro-contrailer offered to look up my location on said service. i realized instantly what he was up too
and declined to give him my location!
I wasn't going to look it up, you can do that yourself. I was going to make a map of the flights over 30,000 feet at that location using a similar
data set. For example, here's 24 hours of flights over Medford, OR and Redding, CA.
Every thin green line is a single flight. Thicker lines are multiple flights. Only segments of a flight above 30,000 feet are shown. Each is a
potential contrail. The actual number of contrails varies with how much of the atmosphere is suitable for contrail formation and persistence.
What exactly are you afraid I will do?
You can verify every single flight on FlightRadar24 just by looking them up on some online flight booking site, like Expedia.
edit on 15-10-2012 by Uncinus because: (no reason given)