chem trail time lapse

i went olde skule wiff me miniDV camcorder becuz it still works.

back in may the company i worked for folded up. i had 3 weeks to chill befoe dee new job started. i hung out in my driveway hiding from dee sun in me garage.
i sawr many dayz dat started out clear and brite and blue and end up milky white from swarms of chem trails.

bean a dumb ass i didn t do no time lapse becuz dat thought haint hatched in me brain. well, i done did do lots o’ time lapse but since den not too much chem trail activity.

until…august 28th! i stopped wot i wuz doing, dat iz wasting time, and loaded up dee camcorder and recorded duh activity.

a typical “r” plan, passenger jet, may hold 11 thousand gallons of fuel. that is 11,000 gallons! where do you think dat fuel goes? into the atmosphere of course. if combustion wuz perfect it would release water vapor and carbon dioxide. carbon dioxide is a green house gas and a chemical. that white streak you see iz a chem trail. but…combustion is never perfect. at take off and landing the engines may produce soot and emit partially unconsumed fuel. typically most jets cruise at the border of the troposphere and stratosphere, about 10 kilometers.
boffins say dat the stratosphere has very little turbulence and mixing.

the reason planes fly dat high iz to avoid weather turbulence of the troposphere. 99.9% of “weather” occurs below the stratosphere. things that impact the stratosphere are volcanoes and super cell thunderstorms.

chem trails werent seen before the jet age. cirrus mare’s tails are the highest common clouds dat form in dee troposphere, 5 to 12 kilometers. they are composed of ice crystals. i haz seen chem trails turn into mare’s tails on numerous occasions.

but now we have machine exhaust at twice dat height. plus flying at dat boundary of tropo and strato i wud venture dat turbulence is causing doze layers to mix.

dere be mother of pearl and non-nacreous clouds dat form in the stratosphere. day contain, get this, supercooled nitric acid and water droplets and/or
supercooled sulfuric acid in ternary solution. HOT DAM! volcanoes can do this but i wud venture dat high flying “r” plans can inject doze chemicals into the stratosphere.

i’m not a scientist nor do i portray one on TV. but if flight after flight after flight of “r” plans consume 11,000 gallons of fuel and dumps half of dat in the stratosphere i think sumpin goan happen. leest it looks purty.


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