Salinger said:Anyone who thinks they are not spraying something out of these planes is either:
A: Someone who doesn't live in a city where they are doing this every day.
B. A plant who is purposely giving out misinformation.
Go to any big city and you'll see these grids every day. I can't believe I have to say this but...THIS IS NOT NORMAL. Clouds are supposed to be fluffy; not a white haze across the sky which is what you get once these lines/grids disappears.
I don't pretend to know what they're spraying but I guarantee you something is coming out of those planes.
https://qpress.de/2020/03/28/krisenfolge-streifenkerosin-knappheit-macht-sorge/Crisis consequence: Strip kerosene shortage causes concern
If we had always had beautiful stripes in the sky over the last years, they are increasingly missing. There is a great danger that we will never see the usual amount of sky stripes again.
For many people, this will probably completely destroy a previously intact world. The beautiful world of the new natural strip clouds. Is it still possible to imagine a reasonable industrial nation without these stripes in the sky?
To simply leave the action to nature now, just because we have no more dough for the more noble "stripe kerosene", can certainly not be the solution of the heavenly view. After all, air traffic has not been abolished, it has merely been shut down. Therefore, fewer stripes in the sky would be expected, but then having to experience the complete abolition of these would clearly indicate the lack of this special kerosene. This knocks the kerosene barrel off the ground and somehow it is no longer normal.
Let's risk a current view of the sky, even if a little haze sometimes dims the pure blue a little bit. Nearly all the planes we see there now still flying around, if we find them at all, have to make do with a cheaper kerosene quality. Exactly as in the 60s and 70s of the last century, when good strip kerosene had not yet been invented. The children had fun counting to five until the contrail had disappeared again at the point of its creation. This made the search for aircraft in the sky enormously difficult, as it is now. With the good stripe kerosene this was never a problem, because one could easily recognize them by their stripe clouds reaching to the horizon.
Of course it is pointless to speculate about what the real cause of these beautiful long stripes might be. The elevated levels of aluminium and barium in the air and in rainwater, which have been detected by the environmental authorities, certainly have nothing to do with this, although the chemicals up there could have done something like this. The planes of the 60s and 70s were just not able to conjure up such beautiful long stripes in the sky. Probably the stripes are some kind of secret thing with a special formula. Let's see how it all turns out after Corona. Maybe at the end of the current catastrophe there will be calls for donations to bring back the beautiful stripes of kerosene into circulation.
Uh huh. And who loads the chemicals into the airplane? Do they get paid extra? Where at the airport are these chemicals loaded? With all the aviation buffs running around, where are the people taking pictures and asking, "what are they loading into this airplane? That's not where the fuel goes"It is ‘secret’ in aviation circles that an elite few are chosen to spray and get paid a special loading on top of their salary. The guys doing the flying obviously have no idea (for security reasons) what they’re administering.
Your claim, that condensation from aircraft engines must necessarily fade after a short time, and therefore if it doesn't fade it's not condensation but something else ...is false.If the turbine output has a constant length and becomes invisible after a short time, then we are talking about normal aircraft exhaust.
In one of the three videos the position of the tanks is shown.
My pics do NOT show cumulonimbus, which is a natural thing.
Want you can see here is some artificial crap and we need to talk about the chemicals that are sprayed.
Three pics taken at sunset in summer and the below ones within the recent hour.
Since there is much less regular air traffic this year, the question arises what exactly is happening up there.
I didn't say that your pics show cumulonimbus clouds.My pics do NOT show cumulonimbus, which is a natural thing.