Chemtrails/Contrails over East Central Floridagreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
I have been noticing long chem/contrails over Sebastian/Vero Beach area since this past Saturday. This morning it is very cold here (32 degrees) and the sky was crystal clear. Just after the sun came up I was outdoors and I noticed long trails in the sky running north and south. I was a total of five jets at various times moving north and south laying down these trails. The trails have turned into fluffy looking clouds and now the sky is very hazy looking. Today was the first time I saw so many.
My husband thinks that it is just normal jet traffic (Orlando to Miami) but I'm not so sure now. They look just like all of the sightings I have been reading about for months. Also we are about 35 miles south of Patrick Airforce Base.
-- Lornna Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 27, 2000
Lornna, I see some on most days. The thing I can't figure out are the helicopters--maybe they are from Patrick. This morning I saw two together headed north along the coast from Vero--noisy as hell.
I draw no conclusions from this at all, so don't think I believe it's anything. I don't know what it is. I don't know the normal jet paths from Melbourne or Orlando, whether they would circle out this way. We have a small Piper airport here--Piper installation.
-- Mara (MaraWayne@aol.com), January 27, 2000.
Check out these contrail pictures!
Scroll down this page to the satellite image taken of the Eastern Seaboard on the 18th Jan...amazing!! http://contrailconnection.com/Photosrec26.htm
the following pictures are from the Netherlands...
-- RAT (email@example.com), January 27, 2000.
[Contrail--intentional HTML blocks are poor form-- STOP IT!!!-- Sysop
DNS now: 126.96.36.199 maps to ... proxy1.spaceproxy.com]
-- (Contrail@watcher.com), January 27, 2000.
Whoa, RAT, stunning pics!
-- Ashton & Leska in Cascadia (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 27, 2000.
NASA's SeaWiFS project captured this view of the storm front moving east across the south,
as well as snow that fell earlier in the week, seen at upper right.
The shot was taken Thursday from the SeaStar satellite.
-- satellite (email@example.com), January 28, 2000.