Visible Emissions From Only One of Two Jets at Same Altitude 5

Yanna Myrat Two jets and only One Contrail

There are no known atmospheric conditions that allow high-bypass turbofan engines from one aircraft to produce persistent water vapor contrails while the second aircraft –  at nearly identical altitude –  produces no visible emissions at all.

It is significant, however, that the covert team of climate change engineers have apparently achieved a normalized appearance in the gap between engine and the false contrail emissions.

A video dedicated to the tragic figures of ensconced or fearful silence.

To those who believe that silence is golden, the unbearable lightness of optimism that nothing bad will ever find them and their loved ones

In those whose allegiance to the system is an indisputable, irrefutable, irrevocable “must”

To those who choose the certainty and security of slavery, despite the magical adventure of living a free man

To those who own their dream ego, creates nightmares all

To those who betray as worthless commodity, what their most valuable given by Nature: The Humanity!

Source:  ALLNEWZ


  1. Consider a retort to your assumption on atmospherich physics. Those two airplanes shown in the video are two very different airplanes. You will notice that the larger plane is the one producing water vapor. It’s safe to assume that the larger airplane has more weight, and so it must use more thrust to produce more lift to stay airborn. In turbo-fan aircraft, thrust is generated explicitly by the generation of combustion exhaust, or hot, high speed air with a low static pressure. The larger jet must, by design, put out a greater volume of heated exhaust to stay airborne. That hot air rapidly condenses upon departing the plan, as does the moisture in the surrounding air, which is why you see the larger plane generating visible turbine condensation plumes at a similar altitude to the smaller, lighterrors turbo-fan airplane.

  2. truthersdontphysicswell ?….Did you choose that name? No apology needed for spelling. It’s your retort that is transparently delusional.

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