Aerodynamic contrails residues development is a small series of contrail photos from my never-ending sky archive. It shows how much aviation contrails can expand in the sky. Generally, they dissipate after some time. But sometimes they also stay and expand to a thin cloud cover blocking the Sun all day long. In this particular situation, you don´t get the important vitamin D3.
The photos above were taken in Denmark on January 29, 2011, above Odense city around 9.30 am local time.
The aerodynamic contrails residues development looks pretty awesome in the photos, but there is a danger with this that nobody really talks about. To get vitamin D3 from the Sun, you need to be bathed in pure vertical sunlight before it reacts with your skin. If aviation contrails block the sunlight day out and day in, we have a serious health problem. Please don´t take the plane…
Aerodynamic contrails contains carbon dioxide (CO2)
While we are talking about the chemtrails we forget that the aerodynamic contrails, which is chemtrails technically, contains large amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2). According to this thread, we release 1,24 tons of water and 3,15 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere plus other chemical additives for each tonne of kerosene that is burned. Yeah, you read that right. One ton of kerosene produces over 4 tons of byproducts. Think about that next time you take the plane on vacation.
The water is probably not the problem, but they themselves (politicians, media, IPCC) says CO2 is a problem…
Aerodynamic contrails photo gallery
See the same contrail/chemtrail photos as above in high-resolution below…
See the weather history for Denmark (Vojens-Skrydstrup Air Base) on January 29, 2011
Camera used: Sony A-100 DSLR with a standard 18-75mm zoom lens
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