Chem-Trails over Duluth. Show the kids!

Large chemtrail over Duluth threatening to obliterate the sun. Picture taken from 4th Street 04.16.09.

Here we have a small jet crossing back and forth over the central hillside/downtown area. The trails behind this jet are not to be mistaken as “Con-trails”!

Con-trails in warm weather will dissipate immediately if they are even visible at all.  Who knows, maybe it is just white flour to excite the chattering class … bring out the weirdos, know what I mean. Perhaps entertainment or to mess up our eyes as we repeatedly look toward the sun. Do you suppose they are disabling our pineal glands, disrupting our inherent clairvoyant abilities? Will I wake up tomorrow with an arm growing out of my ass? I hope not, but in a strange way, I do. View an essay.

14 Comments

mayday

about 11 years ago

duluth, minnesota.  in april.  thousands of feet in the air.  i think your standards for "warm weather" are bit more lenient than nature's. what you are seeing is condensation and ice crystals.  evil, mind-controlling ice crystals.  god help us all.

Tin Hat Guy

about 11 years ago

The Flickr pic you link to says "September...". And there is bright green grass. So clearly it was not taken on "4/16/09".

At 20,000 feet and 30,000, IN THE MIDDLE OF JULY, temperatures average 35F and 15F respectively. It is NEVER warm at those altitudes, thus contrails are always possible, year round.

I hope you're joking, or at least seeking professional help.

The Big E

about 11 years ago

The black helicopters must have snatched the photo--I can't view it at least, *sniff*

vicarious

about 11 years ago

Duluth lies below seven different Low Altitude Enroute airways, and over a dozen High Altitude Enroute airways. Thus, there are a lot of jets flying over all of the time.

The past few days, we've had very high pressure (30.2 inches of mercury and higher) with very low humidity - ideal conditions for contrails (while pressure levels are much lower at altitude, they still correlate to surface air pressure due to a constant ambient lapse rate.)

zra

about 11 years ago

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand the squeaky wheel gets the grease...

Jibbers

about 11 years ago

I will sell you Chem - Trail® Insurance for $1,798 a year.

Patrick Nelson

about 11 years ago

Thank God! Thank you for your input. Unfortunately, now that the ice crystals won't get me, I am likely to die of boredom.

Patrick Nelson

about 11 years ago

That's right genius. Some of the pics were taken last Fall. Actually about 4 of the pics are from September. Sorry to confuse you, or perhaps you already were.

Patrick Nelson

about 11 years ago

I believe in everything, unlike the brainwashed masses that insist on believing in only certain things in particular. Join any good cults lately?

Joe

about 11 years ago

Contrails do take place at 20,000 feet, but the pictured trail in not that high.  

Contrails dissipate in 2 minutes, they do not stay there for an hour or two, then turn the sky hazy.

Tin Hat Guy

about 11 years ago

How can you tell how high the contrail is?

jeremy

about 11 years ago

Contrails generally do not dissipate in two minutes, and can last up to an hour. They can also "seed" the air around them (if it's dry enough), thus spreading into a localized haze.

lgcamp

about 11 years ago

You comment about the Flickr pic being taken in September is laughable. Can't you see the tree buds in the picture. Trees don't bud in September. They bud in springtime.

Shane

about 11 years ago

Where are the leaves on the tree in the photo? No leaves seems to indicate that the photo was not actually taken in warm weather.

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