posted on Dec, 26 2013 @ 07:01 AM
reply to post by WonderBoi
The photos of trails are all well and good, but you are just guessing and making up your own explanations for the rest.
Instead of just snapping away at contrails maybe you could do something like this;
First, here's a plane leaving a long trail;
Using the embedded camera data, FR24 shows this at my location at that time;
from the image it can be seen that the aircraft in question has a dark blue underside with a thin red cheatline that goes around the rear fuselage
ahead of the tail and dips under the forward fuselage before reaching the nose, very distinctive.
So, taking the first image and blowing it up to actual pixel view reveals this;
Bingo! exact match and no other US Airways aircraft in the vicinity at all, so we know its an Airbus A330-200, registration N276AY, belonging to US
Airways, flight number US719 and its flying at 34,000ft.
With this information a quick search reveals a scheduled service from Rome to Philadelphia that passed right over my location exactly when I took the
A regular scheduled passenger flight and not a mysterious spray plane, so that long thick contrail is perfectly normal after all.
How come believers post pictures that are ONLY of trails and expect everyone to believe it is spraying when stuff like this is so easy it took me five
edit on 26-12-2013 by waynos because: (no reason given)