Con vs Chem

Eslusser75

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http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EEpupK9QFrM

I filmed this last year and uploaded last month. It's a side by side comparison of a con and chem (IMO). Can someone explain why one disipates and one does not? Appears the same altitude judging by the widths of the trails, they would have to be similar. All intelligent and possible insight would be great.
 

Mick West

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Pete

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http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EEpupK9QFrM

I filmed this last year and uploaded last month. It's a side by side comparison of a con and chem (IMO). Can someone explain why one disipates and one does not? Appears the same altitude judging by the widths of the trails, they would have to be similar. All intelligent and possible insight would be great.
How about first asking, 'why are they different?' and seeking the possible answers instead of instantly saying "this is a chemtrail but that one is a contrail"? If you knew one was a chemtrail, then you have the answer to your question already, as you have said "its a side by side comparison of a con and chem (IMO)".

But "IMO" they are both contrails, but the air on the left has a different relative humidity. Note how there are more cirrus clouds on the right, suggesting more ideal persistent contrail conditions.

Edit: And they are clouds you see. They really are.
 
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