reply to post by Alda1981
First and foremost, the video is very inaccurate. Taking YouTube videos at their face-value is embracing ignorance.
Those planes aren't anywhere near 6000 feet. The author of the video is furthering the "chemtrail" hoax by misleading people with that claim. Those
planes are closer to 20,000-30,000 feet.
Secondly, I don't know how he gets C-17 out of that image that you can barely see. The AWACS is obvious.
This video looks like the AWACS was refueling. Then it drops down in altitude below the refueling plane, which happens to be below the altitude where
contrails form. Then he turns slightly to port and gains altitude again, climbing back into the region where contrails form. You can clearly see that
AWACS descend in altitude.
This is usually standard procedure during a refueling. The plane that gets fuel drops down and back, then turns either to starboard or port and then
climbs back to altitude away from the refueling plane.
As far as contrails turning "on and off", that just indicates when the plane enters and exits the part of the atmosphere where contrails form. Any
modern flight simulator will also depict this. It's hilarious that people don't go pay a few dollars for any of the available flight sims for PC and
try it out themselves.
You can make a dotted line across the sky by ascending and descending altitude at the area where contrails form.
contrails (water on the wings that becomes cloud)
What you're referring to in that quote is wing vortices, which can happen at any altitude. Contrails are from water moisture being expelled by the
Exactly the same as water moisture being visible from your car in the winter time:
And from your breath in the winter time:
If you could drive your car at 30,000 feet, you could leave a contrail across the sky, just as planes do.
The "chemtrail" phenomenon is a hoax. Everything is explainable with known science.
edit on 6-10-2013 by _BoneZ_ because: sp