Anamolous cloud formation & strange spiral contrails.

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posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 06:39 PM
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The one for the Navy also isn't for chemtrails. It's a way to make towed targets and their carrier aircraft visible. A towed target doesn't have an engine, so there is no heat source to vaporize oil to create a smoke trail. That makes it hard to see for the ship to shoot at sometimes. This way would leave a trail to allow them to see where the target it.




posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 07:02 PM
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Nice observation!
Cant believe i missed that...


But.. whose to say that this "low in cost and readily available" is used exclusively for making targets as visible as possible?
Sure, I don't have another link showing its being done for temp mitigation or whatever (reading all day, too tired to continue finding proof tonight) ..it seems like it'd be awfully easy to do tho. Just my opinion.

"The term "contrail" was adopted for convenience in identifying the visible powder trail of this invention."
This is a interesting claim though don't you think!?
I've been getting slightly flamed "Its just contrails blah blah blah" this whole time!
If this claim is true (navy patent seems legit enough for me) then


Thanks for your continued input everyone!



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 07:22 PM
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Yeah, but they used it because it looks similar to a contrail, but can't be called a contrail. A contrail is caused by engine exhaust. Since there's no engine exhaust involved, it's not a contrail.



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 08:07 PM
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Originally posted by Z32Driver
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"The term "contrail" was adopted for convenience in identifying the visible powder trail of this invention."
This is a interesting claim though don't you think!?


interesting in what way?

It is explaining a term used.....so no, I dont' see it as interesting somuch as explanatory. Explainations are generally a good think since htey increase understanding.


I've been getting slightly flamed "Its just contrails blah blah blah" this whole time!
If this claim is true (navy patent seems legit enough for me) then


it is not a "claim" - it is a statement.

They know it is not a contrail in the normal sense and specifically say as much.


edit on 18-2-2013 by Aloysius the Gaul because: (no reason given)





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