UFO Fires on chemtrails?!

Raccoon

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Some guy on YouTube posted a video that showed how a UFO (in my case it's just a bird casting its shadow on the clouds) fires on 'chemtrails'. In my opinion, UFOs don't exsist and neither does Chemtrails...



And the video
 

Jazzy

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Plastic bags can soar that high. Mind you, bags don't poop. :)

An alternative explanation for "shooting" is COSMIC RAYS. causing the saturated atmosphere to behave like a Wilson cloud chamber, and the "ufo" bird/bag coincidental.

Coincidence…

There were "shots" on the vid not emanating from "ufos".
 
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Soulfly

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I watched a paper plate disappear into a cloud once, it just kept flipping and flipping, up , up and away!
 

Bill

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I have no idea what the guy is looking at looking at but I can't see anything shooting from the object he keeps focusing on. Orbs with tails sounds like a rough description birds to me. He doesn't seem to think things through he just reaches a conclusion and then ignores anything that would call that conclusion into question.
 

Mick West

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Birds can fly up to 36,000 feet. However I suspect this is much lower than the contrail. Hard to tell if above or below when everything is white.
 

Jason

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I think it looked more like a birthday balloon. Sometimes the silvery balloons look like white blips in the sky, and are often confused with UFO's
 

captfitch

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I believe it's a balloon and that "shot" is the reflective ribbon string that it's tied to, briefly reflecting as it catches the sunlight just right.
 

Chew

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The guy lives in San Diego. San Diego is one of only about 60 locations in the contiguous US that launches weather balloons. They are launched twice a day at 0000 and 1200 UTC. For San Diego that is 5 AM and 5 PM. It takes an hour to an hour and a half for them to reach the altitude where they normally burst. They normally burst at or above 100,000 feet.

http://weather.uwyo.edu/upperair/naconf.html

The same guy has also posted videos of a "chembomb" exploding (it was a weather balloon popping) and a UFO flying in front of the Moon (it was a bird).
 

Soulfly

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The guy lives in San Diego. San Diego is one of only about 60 locations in the contiguous US that launches weather balloons. They are launched twice a day at 0000 and 1200 UTC. For San Diego that is 5 AM and 5 PM. It takes an hour to an hour and a half for them to reach the altitude where they normally burst. They normally burst at or above 100,000 feet.

http://weather.uwyo.edu/upperair/naconf.html

The same guy has also posted videos of a "chembomb" exploding (it was a weather balloon popping) and a UFO flying in front of the Moon (it was a bird).
I'm pretty sure in the U.S. launching a large weather balloon requires permits in areas with high air traffic.
But I believe as long as you go through the proper channels and pay the permits anyone can launch a weather balloon into 'space'. It doesn't need to be for the weather either.
It doesn't take much to launch a balloon that high.
 

Chew

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If within 5 nm of an airport the weather guys are required to coordinate the release with ATC. Or something like that.
 
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