Since the spraying program is covert, officialdom assures us the lines in our skies are just harmless condensation trails or contrails.
Wikipedia defines condensation as:
“the change in the state of water vapour to liquid water when in contact with a liquid or solid surface or cloud condensation nuclei within the atmosphere.”
In other words, water cannot change from gas to liquid without something to attach to, a condensation nucleus. Neither product of jet exhaust – hot CO2 and water vapor – are condensation nuclei.
The only way water can change phase from gas to liquid (or solid) in the absence of a condensation nucleus is when the air is supersaturated – greater than 100% relative humidity. In layman’s terms, unless it’s completely humid (100% or more) water evaporates instead of condensing. Condensation trails cannot form or persist.
Southern Oregon was heavily sprayed from September 7th to 9th – and then it abruptly stopped on the 10th. 60 miles west of Chiloquin, there is a Wyoming Soundings weather station in Medford, where weather balloons are sent up twice a day to record, amongst other things, relative humidity. I took the precaution of saving the data in a pdf.
On September 8th when the skies were filled with so-called contrails, the relative humidity at cruising altitude (33,000 feet) was 23% – less than a quarter of the humidity required for condensation to form. Here’s a picture I took at 7:42pm.
But three days later on September 11th after the spraying stopped, I took another photo in the same location. But although it was almost 50% more humid than the heavy spray day (relative humidity 31% – still too dry for condensation to occur) not a trail could be seen in the sky.
Since this proves condensation nuclei are present on days where the skies are filled with persistent trails, what are they? Could it be that the widely publicized “proposals” to spray us with sulfates, Welsbach materials, nanoparticulate alumina, barium, strontium, titanium and other toxic metals are in fact a currently deployed program? Observational data, including rainwater analysis and mortality statistics back this up.
Some argue they are contaminants in jet fuel, or soot from incomplete combustion. If that’s the case, shouldn’t there be more trails in the sky when the relative humidity is 50% higher?
One of the main proponents of the condensation trail myth is Mick West, who runs disinfo sites Metabunk and ContrailScience.com. I made this video for him:
UPDATE – two hours after challenging Mick West on the Wyoming Soundings humidity data, the University of Wyoming conveniently took most of it’s data offline, including all of North America’s. Good thing I saved a pdf of the damning info.
Here’s a screenshot – the map should be covered with clickable station codes, but there are none:
UPDATE 2 – One hour after Tweeting the disappearance of the Wyoming Soundings data, it mysteriously reappeared. Nothing like a public shaming to reveal the truth. Still no response from Mick West, though.