I provided many images that Show the unusual rotation.
You did, but posting a picture and saying "this is unusual" is not evidence. That is a subjective statement and is just as valid as my statement that, subjectively, this is not an unusual occurrence. We are at stalemate until you can provide us with proof that this is not an unusual occurrence.
When I say 'proof,' I mean something like an article that says "lenticular clouds cannot do X
", then proof that the clouds in your picture are lenticular and are doing X
Show me another instance where a lenticular cloud twists in form and extends a tube like structure.
We tried that and you shot them down, which is why you have to supply the proof for us. The burden of proof here, as far as I can tell, is not on me. I am not going to spend hours looking at pictures of clouds here, because I still don't even understand what is unusual about these clouds. I see what you mean about miscommunication: I don't know what the 'tube-like structure' you are referring to here is, or how a twisting cloud is unusual. That's why I'm asking for evidence.
Some has to cause a rotation in the moisture in the laminar flow. There has to be a mechanism. The videos of laminar flows are constant in orientation.
Again, I'm confused here. This could be on my end. You're saying that the videos you've seen don't show rotation? Could you perhaps supply us with a video, following the posting guidelines
for posting videos as evidence, and provide us with timestamps and/or screenshots with detailed explanations of what you see, where it is on the screen, and why it proves that your photos are unusual?
I hope that we can at least agree the hair and contrail shadow can be ruled out.
I can't agree on that, no. We don't have enough information here to rule those out to my mind.
The. Bird, plane, bug etc can be ruled out.
Can't agree on that, either. We don't have any evidence of what you saw and there were literal miles of air through which something could have flown. Given the fact that no one else appears to have seen this but you--even though we do have evidence of hikers in direct line of sight--I'm staying with "something flew between the camera and the mountain." I believe that you saw it, I believe that it looked like it was far away, and I believe that you are being genuine here, but I don't believe that it was a large, fast, distant craft.