Chemtrail Anomaly   19 comments


There are a number of types of current, all related to the flow of something. For instance, there are river currents, electric currents, the flow of time (the number one definition in dictionary.com) and air currents.

Below are two examples of air currents as related to chemtrails. (Contrails disperse after a very short distance and fade away, as they consist of water vapor.)

In the first photograph, we have quite an anomaly. The chemtrail shows an impossible shift in direction, or it may be that the plane suddenly changed directions, however unlikely. In the second photograph, we have more regular air current dispersals.

But back to the first photograph. This chemtrail, in both of its directions, is quite straight. It show very little air current deviation.

It’s hard for me to imagine any kind of air current that could accomplish such a feat. It’s also hard for me to imagine any kind of aircraft that could accomplish such a feat, except, perhaps, a UFO. However, UFOs, at least from the purported photographs I have seen, do not leave chemtrails.

If you have any ideas what could have caused such a course deviation, I’ve love to hear from you. And, no, I did not doctor up the photographs, except to darken it just enough to make the chemtrails a little more clear. I’m not that good.

Comments are welcome.

You’re also welcome to come visit my Barns! Barns! Barns! photostream in flickr where you can upload your own photos of old barns, farm houses and other related items.

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Posted March 30, 2014 by Cris in Cris Coleman, Fantasy, Mystery, Photography, Photos, Pictures

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19 responses to “Chemtrail Anomaly

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  1. Love your crazy clouds!

  2. good INTRO: “there are river currents, electric currents, the flow of time (the number one definition in dictionary.com) and air currents…” – I personally always like to add: music currents…

    • Ah, of course there are music currents and you’d be just the one to point it out to me. :) What did you think about the chemtrail?

      • “UFOs, at least from the purported photographs I have seen, do not leave chemtrails…” frizztext: correct. but a while AFTER a plane has gone, the air partly makes own moves, ups and downs, windy, changing the original path…

        • Thank you. I do know. That’s why I included the second photograph that shows chemtrails with normal air current changes. I can’t imagine any kind of wind current that could take the entire length of chemtrail and push it some 270° keeping the the turned chemtrail nearly perfectly straight like that. That would defy any law of physics I’m aware of, not that I’m an expert in physics—far from it.

          Can you think of any known wind pattern that could take that much chemtrail and spin it around so that the straightness of the chemtrail is retained? I can’t.

  3. Hello Cris. We are underneath one of the main air routes for traffic flying to the USA and Europe. I’ve seen all sorts of trails but never one like that. For such a sharp veer in course I would suggest a military aircraft rather than civilian. Whenever I see a trail in the sky that I want to know who it belongs to I use a website called flightradar 24 which gives live tracking. Just zoom into your area and then click on the plane icon. Give you all sorts of details. Doesn’t do military though……I think

    • Thank you, Mike, for your comment and your tip. I had thought of military as well, but it would definitely have to be black ops, for nothing on the market could do anything like that. But what possible military aircraft could do anything like that, short of being one with UFO technology, but if it were so, why would it leave chemtrails? A real conundrum.

  4. I ever saw such thing, but it looked like straight vertical line. I think it’s a military plane fuel residues, then. But, those pictures are so exciting for me.

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