March 27, 2013
As what has been typical this week, the days have begun with deep blue beautiful skies sporting surface visibilities easily exceeding 100 miles (160km). The trails are largely of short duration and that is the first shot of this video. A twin engine jet with its trails just sputtering in and out of visibility. The airline that this plane belongs to is unidentifiable.
At :45 the first persisting chemtrail is seen over the mountains to my east.
At 1:27 a small plane leaving a fat trail is seen to the south.. Then through the camera I see the trailing edge of the wing glinting or glittering in an irregular pattern that I have never seen before. I am unable to identify the aircraft type until I look at the video afterwards then I ID it as a P180 Avanti II. http://www.piaggioaero.com/#/en/products/p180-avanti-ii/overview. I first spotted this type of plane chemtrailing on August 6 2012. the video is here: http://youtu.be/EnqvvEP1yWo?t=1m16s I suppose all aircraft manufactures contribute to this program (get paid to build planes for this market) so everyone makes money off of it.
Afterwards the skies continue to cloud up as more and more trails are generated and more and more lower cumulus type clouds are sheared apart creating a canopy of diffuse clouds greatly blocking out our sunshine, unnecessarily.
The late afternoon compliment of UPS and FedEx 767s and DC-10s are low and slow leaving blueish trail today. A close-up of that UPS plane is at 4:40. Still image here: http://jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=6732439
A look at the chemtrails seen on weather satellite imagery , both visible and water vapor) begins at 6:22. Time lapse imagery begins at 7:47 with Five for Fighting’s “World” being the title. It becomes easy to visualize just how clouds get their tops aggressively shared off resulting in a amorphous diffuse bank of non-precipitation producing clouds. At 9:20 see the bottoms of the more distant clouds moving to the south (left) and the nearer ones moving north. Opposing forces working to tear apart clouds.