Contrail, Chemtrail, what is it?


Video made on September 6th 2009 around Zoetermeer, The Netherlands. These trails are not normal. What are they?

8 thoughts on “Contrail, Chemtrail, what is it?

  1. mammamia0716

    I documented chemtrails over Kelowna BC during the same time period. Within 2 days, under same climate/weather conditions, one day the sky was filled with chemtrail activity, 2 days later, nothing… I’ve also posted a video showing what a NORMAL jet contrail actually looks like, for those who might be confused. I’ve caught a jet spraying chemtrails, & at the same approximate elevation and airspace, other jets leaving normal contrails which dissipate within seconds. Inexplicable, scientifcally.

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  2. mamichgi

    Just google for Nasa contrail science. You can read: Contrails only form at very high altitudes (usually above 8 km).
    Just watch a little bit the sky and you can surely see planes whose contrails disappear in a few seconds and lower flying planes with persistent trails at the same time. Then you will be sure that your video show chemtrails.
    I have researched a lot in this topic and for me there is no doubt about it.

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  3. Meanie83

    Well, my depth perceptionproblem has never arisen before. Could you explain to me why these “contrails” spread out over the course of a few hours?

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  4. Dazed767

    It’s obvious you have a depth perception problem. Those are A LOT higher than 5,000ft. Temperature drops about 3F every 1,000ft. So if it’s 68F/20C, and lets say those planes are around 35,000ft (good average), it’s roughly -35/-40F up there.

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  5. Meanie83

    By the way. Contrails are miles in the air. They form due to the cold air temperature. This is only about a mile high and it was about 20 degrees Celcius outside.

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