The sky outside is a clear beautiful blue today. And you know what, airplanes are still flying overhead. Where are the vapor trails or contrails?
I'd rather not waste time thinking that some group of maniacs is out spraying our atmosphere with who knows what, but when I actually see a clear day out there, it does make me wonder. It is so rare now. Usually there are some criss-crossing patterns of exhaust slicing the blue. Today it is clear. Why is this?
1. All plains are grounded and therefore no exhaust is present.
2. The atmospheric conditions are such that the exhaust is not visible.
3. No one happens to be spraying right now.
Number one is out. I can see occasional plains drift by.
Number two is hard to accept. To my eye there trails show up in all sorts of conditions.
Maybe someone here can try to persuade me to number two. It will take more than words though. I want data that shows temp, humidity and conditions for the formation and lack of formation of these white snakes. I'm not holding my breath. Then again, it is a clear day, so really I don't have to.