posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 11:09 AM
Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
Originally posted by Patriotsrevenge
Originally posted by Phage
Cold, wet air up there.
Well why don't you come here so I can show you the planes flying into Tampa with normal Contrails and the ones flying way up high outside of normal
air routes spraying Chemtrails....
If you live in Tampa near the airport, any contrails you see would almost certainly NOT be coming from planes flying in an out of Tampa's airport.
Contrails normally form above 25,000 feet (most at 30,000 +), and a plane using Tampa's airport would not be high enough to leave contrails.
I just checked on planefinder.net, and I saw several planes over and around the Tampa area at the moment (planes NOT flying in and out of Tampa) at
altitudes above 30,000 feet that could be leaving contrails. Those planes could be traveling one of the several air routes that pass over or near
Tampa/St. Pete, such as the J73, J75, J616, etc. A lot of traffic flies into Miami and the Caribbean, and much of it travels on those routes.
I'm not sure why you feel that the trails you are seeing are not normal contrails. What makes them different?
edit on 12/23/2012 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)
I live 8 miles from BWI and work .25 miles from BWI and I see contrails or chemtrails or whatever, ALL DAY.
I sit at work and watch they 9:00am lines - which are interesting because they're all leaving the airport and going a certain distance and then
turning to head in one direction. meaning one will begin to turn just as soon as they've reached a stable altitude, another will turn a few miles
after take off, and the 3rd will turn 10 or so miles after take off. Anyway, between 9:00 and 9:45 there are a bunch of express flights to NY for
commuters. They tend to fly over my neighborhood so while going to work, and sitting at work I watch trails only form from certain aircrafts, and
spread out over about an hour.
I live and work near an airport, so according to your theory, i shouldn't see any at all right? Why do I work near an airport, and see 3 or 4 every
thirty minutes, all day?
I have pics to back what I say too.
ETA: also, not long ago a plane leaving Dulles had some type of malfunction and had to land at BWI but traffic was heavy, so it circled for about a
half an hour. It's altitude was quite low, well under your figure. Whenever it would accelerate to maintain altitude (or whatever it's doing) you'd
see a nice trail form behind it. It spread out a lot quicker than most I've seen though.
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