This is an un-edited photo for the weekly photo challenge by Ailsa over at Where’s my backpack.
Sardinia is a stunning island in the Mediterranean but at times, her blue sky is filled with chemtrails or contrails. I lean towards chemtrails as these do not dissipate in time, instead they grow wider and wider eventually changing a beautiful blue sky cloudy. It’s such a shame.
To read an earlier post on chemtrails click here.
What’s your take on this conspiracy? Are they chemical trails or contrails?
While you’re at it – I’m the author of a new blog; my life as taken me oversea’s to a new exotic location! Please follow me over at My Caymanian Life and see what all the fuss is in the Caribbean.
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It makes a great picture.
I don’t think the chemtrail theory is plausible. As for the spreading, a feasible explananation seems that the exhausts localise effects to produce streaks of cloud in sky containing a lot of water vapour, and that the natural warmth of the day later does the same to the rest of the sky causing overcast. In other words, the engines do sooner what nature is going to do itself later on in the day. I dislike contrails simply because they can give a reminder of people in an otherwise natural scene.
Happy 2013, Jennifer. And I have to admit I quite like seeing the distant trails across the skies of Amsterdam. I feel rather differently about the ones in Sydney which are right over our heads.
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I used to think chemtrails was one of those nutty conspiracy theories but after giving it some thought and reading up on artificial rain and how it is actually being carried out by many countries, I’m sure that many countries do it. The why is a whole other question.
Congrats on your new blog! Love the new look and the current header!
BTW, Happy New Year!
Thank you, Andy! I’m not alone in this thought … gosh I was beginning to think that I was the only person noting these trails. I’ve done a lot of research on it and like you’ve said the ‘why’ is a whole other questions.
Happy 2013 to you as well!
Interesting take on the multiples theme – I like it 🙂
Don’t know which one they are Jen, but I wish you well with your new blog 🙂
Thanks, Marianne. I hope you stop by once in a while. 🙂
It’s nothing more than burned Jet-A fuel exhaust. Newer aircraft have technology that cancels this out much better.