Stratospheric Particle Injection vs. Contrails.
For the past few decades, cloud-like white trails have been appearing in the sky all over the world. Are these cloud-like trails created from the exhaust of jet engines or are they the results of chemicals being sprayed into the atmosphere? To understand if chemtrails are real and not a hoax, we need to understand the difference between chemtrails and contrails.
The Difference Between Chemtrails and Contrails
A lot of people who believe that chemtrails are a hoax don’t understand the nature of how contrails are created. Unlike chemtrails, contrails are naturally created when hot humid air from jet exhaust mixes with cold air at a high altitude. This process leaves cloud-like trails behind jet engines. Contrails don’t stay in the atmosphere very long because they disperse quickly. On the other hand, chemtrails don’t disperse as quickly as contrails, which is why they can stay in the form of cloud-like trails for hours and can stretch for miles.
Many chemtrail researchers believe that there is a conspiracy behind chemtrails and certain factions of the government are behind it. They believe that the main reason why unnaturally high levels of aluminum and barium are being measured in the soil is because these toxic metals are being sprayed into the atmosphere using chemtrail spray technologies. They also believe that certain factions of the government are using chemtrails for geoengineering purposes. In other words, they are trying to artificially change the atmosphere, so that they can manipulate the weather.
Morgellons disease and chemtrails
Some chemtrail researchers believe they have found some evidence linking chemtrails to Morgellons disease, which is a disease that causes skin lesions and rashes to appear on the body. Victims of Morgellons often experience skin irritations that makes them feel like small bugs or ants are crawling under their skin. Furthermore, their skin will sometime exude a kind of film that covers the wounds, preventing their skin from healing. One of the strangest symptoms of Morgellons is the mysterious appearance of fluffy threads or fibers inside and above the skin. Scientists are still trying to solve the mystery behind these fluffy fibers. However, some scientists believe it is caused by nanites or nanobots.
The short YouTube video below explains in more detail about chemtrails and contrails. After watching this video, do you think there is enough proof to prove that there is some truth to the chemtrail conspiracy?
What Are Chemtrails?
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Chemtrails Confirmed Again: Modern Turbofan Engines Less Likely to Produce Contrails
Since 80% of the air providing thrust bypasses direct combustion, the engine exhaust is not capable of producing the water vapor required to form a contrail.
The main products of hydrocarbon fuel combustion in a jet engine are carbon dioxide and water vapor.
In older designs of Ramjet and “low-bypass” jet engines, contrails were readily formed at altitudes above 26,000 feet when water vapor (produced by fuel combustion) raised the relative humidity past the saturation point of the atmosphere outside the aircraft.
Water vapor, blown out the engine exhaust would form a visible contrail of ice crystals as it cooled at a distance of approximately one and one-half wing-spans behind the engine. Tiny particulates of sulfur in the jet exhaust would allow the super-cooled water to crystallize into the familiar jet contrail formation that almost always dissipated within several seconds behind the aircraft.
How a High-Bypass Jet Works
The efficiency of high bypass jet engine design is a radical departure from the older low-bypass engines.
Why Modern High Bypass Jet engines almost never produce contrails:
The term “high bypass” refers to the high ratio of thrust produced by air that is not subjected directly to hydrocarbon fuel combustion. Since 80% of the air providing thrust bypasses direct combustion it is not capable of producing the water vapor required to form a contrail.
At high altitudes this water vapor emerges into a cold environment, and the local increase in water vapor can raise the relative humidity of the air past saturation point. The vapor then condenses into tiny water droplets which freeze if the temperature is low enough. These millions of tiny water droplets and/or ice crystals form the contrails. The time taken for the vapor to cool enough to condense accounts for the contrail forming some way behind the aircraft’s engines. At high altitudes, supercooled water vapor requires a trigger to encourage deposition or condensation. The exhaust particles in the aircraft’s exhaust act as this trigger, causing the trapped vapor to rapidly condense. Exhaust contrails rarely occur below 8,000 m (26,000 ft), only if the temperature there is below −40 °C (−40 °F), and if the relative humidity is over 60%. (Wiki)
High Bypass jet engine design used in almost all modern aircraft are incapable of producing contrails
The CFM56 first ran in 1974 and, despite initial export restrictions, is now one of the most common turbofan aircraft engines in the world, with more than 20,000 having been built in four major variants. It is most widely used on the Boeing 737 airliner and, under military designation F108, replaced the Pratt & Whitney JT3D engines on many KC-135 Stratotankers in the 1980s, creating the KC-135R variant of this aircraft. It is also the only engine (CFM56-5C) used to power the Airbus A340-200 and 300 series. The engine (CFM56-5A and 5B) is also fitted to Airbus A320 series aircraft. (Wiki)
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