posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 05:15 PM
reply to post by waynos
So explain this to me without being so denigrating.
I understand how atmospheric conditions can change how contrails expand. I am relating what I have never observed in all my years growing up and
playing outside as a young boy all day from morning until the street lights came on. You can't tell me that the kind of contrail grids people are
seeing today existed back in the 60's and 70's. Sure, I've observed contrails crossing each other in the past, but nowhere near the amount nor the
expansive appearance I've seen today. The vapor trails today expand at a much quicker rate and their is definitely a concentrated effort and planned
spacing between the trails.
Please, don't try telling me it's because there are more planes flying today. Were not talking a limited amount of space for flights like a 4 lane
highway. Atmospheric conditions haven't changed that would make contrails appear any different today as they did in the past.
4-1-2013 by WeRpeons because: (no reason given)