posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 02:04 PM
Hey guys.... I found this map and used it as part of a chemtrails thread last night. A minor piece of supporting material to a larger point being made
there. Since then, I've really spent time looking at it and the patterns it's showing.
Map of global contrails created by actual aircraft
(This downloads a whopping 75+ meg of data to generate the
motion tracking ....a warning for those who don't want that large a feed)
Obviously, by the link name I list there, I can see what it's meant to show and 95% of it looks just like what I'd expect to see. Aircraft in
predictable clustering for numbers and density along traditional air travel routes around the world. It's fascinating for that in it's own right
.....but look closer and outside the normal flight paths as I have been.
What the heck are some of those? Are they ghosts in the machine, so to speak? Anomalies which don't actually exist in the real world? You'll also
notice the date/time group and how this isn't real time by any means..but that isn't necessary to get what I mean. There are some very odd and *VERY
VERY FAST* "aircraft" depicted on that. Some I think are very likely meteors by my guess and the trajectory they take before disappearing from view.
It looks from above as I'd imagine it would look from ground or sea level if watching a shooting star or other natural object coming into the
That still doesn't explain them all though. There are a few that are insanely fast by relative comparison to other jet tracks around the world and
seem to be on their very own "established" routes?
So ATS experts in all things aviation, can I perhaps get some opinions (or more?) on just what this is showing and how reliable this type of a display
is? Perhaps it's just guesswork and estimations with all the accuracy problems that would carry with it?
** More than one of the 'fast movers' appears to make almost 90 degree turns and one, reverse course back down it's own track over the North
Pacific. This can't be based on solid radar or similar tracking data, can it?