Wednesday, February 9, 2011

'Persistant Contrail' Now a Weather Term?

The following link will take you to a paper which says:

"In this paper, we assess the ability of logistic models to provide a valuable and accurate diagnosis/prediction of persistent contrail occurrence via numerical weather models. Specifically, we evaluate a sample of logistic contrail forecasts based on RUC and ARPS data and observations of contrail occurrence. The value of the contrail prediction models is then discussed in the context of a forecast evaluation theory."

They want us to think that 'persistant contrails' are a normal weather condition as opposed to the truth that they are a man-made experiment for weather control etc.


Basic Diagnosis and Prediction of Persistent
Contrail Occurrence using High-resolution
Numerical Weather Analyses/Forecasts and
Logistic Regression. Part II: Evaluation of
Sample Models

David P. Duda
National Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, Virginia
Patrick Minnis
Science Directorate, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia

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