posted on Nov, 20 2011 @ 09:17 AM
Great idea. Could you also keep a log of the which days you see trails, and which you don't? Maybe even do it in a spreadsheet so graphs can be
generated, etc. Then after a year we can see if there's some kind of pattern, or unusual frequency.
I would suggest using a spreadsheet, with one column being the date, the next being the maximum number of contrails you see in the sky at once, and
maybe the 3rd could link to the photo, or the post on ATS?
Here's an example spreadsheet on the free Google Docs. It's editable.
To make the date column:
- In cell A1 type Date
- In cell A2, enter the start date, like 11/20/2011
- in cell A3 type =A2+1
- Copy A3
- Highlight A4 down to the bottom
- paste A3 into that.
That should work the same in Excel or OpenOffice, if you want to do it offline.
That should give you some actual statistics to work with. After a few months you can cross-reference it with weather reports. Then if there's
something actually going on, you'll have the scientific evidence to convince people.