The idea that a jet flying at a steep, suicidal angle downward into the mountain, just happened to appear and cast a shadow
that is not at all how contrail shadows work. i earlier explained that the contrail casting the shadow can be many thousands of feet higher and way off to the side.
the fact that whatever it is, seems to be heading toward the mountain peak is a trick of perspective. which has also been pointed out to you multiple times.
I contrail shadow would have visible 37 seconds later in the next frame
unless you changed your camera settings. or a cloud between your lenticular and the contrail far away obscured the shadow. ideas that i also have already mentioned.
If it were a jet half a mile way from the mountain or away from the slopes of the mountain, the shadow caste would be quite wide.
then put the plane further away.
so Any one can do a quick search on laminar flows, I posted four earlier, but they did not meet the posting requirements, however, there were no patterns between the laminar flow and the mountain
we all can go out and find pics with no turbulence under the lenticular.
The patterns rise upward and the laminar flow is running horizontally and it does not disrupt these upward patterns.
based on videos of lenticulars forming, its because they were being absorbed by the lenticular.
Lenticular clouds may rotate slightly, but they do not transform their shape to the degree that was present that morning.
members have posted examples that they actually can.
The focus on the vapor trail is taking away from a discussion of kind dynamic forces in the wind can produce the complete rotation, tube an all the patterns? I find that just as interesting as the case of the so called vapor trail. Clouds can take on wonderful shapes, but what is causing a lenticular cloud to rotate when the laminar flow does not typical ly have that degree of rotation? What is shaping the various patterns below the laminar flow, is it just convection?
my pic above in #248 is a tube and "rotating".
if you want a blow by blow of what humidity and wind and thermal conditions need to occur for each 2 minutes of movement over 2 hours you might be better off posting on a cloud forum or meterologist site. (then link us so we can see what the "cloud experts" say). but for them to tell you all that you will need to find a site (like FLICKR or instagram) where you can upload your pics bigger. You will need to upload all
the pics with timestamps included and exif data, so they can see the actual progression for themselves instead of you just picking and choosing what to share with us. <<not insulting you, i know the limitations of this site.
oh and upload the photos unmanipulated. meaning no sharpening, turning to black and white etc. the investigator can do all that themselves if they need the pattern sharpened for examination.