Originally Posted by JazzRoc
The average ice water per meter along the length of the contrail is 16 Kilograms (35.4 pounds) per meter, some three to four orders of magnitude (1,000 to 10,000 times) greater than the water vapor released by typical jet aircraft, also similar to previously reported values.
The net effect of the water and particles released by the aircraft results in a major inadvertent modification of the atmosphere under appropriate ambient conditions.
Please explain exactly what the particles are.
Why is the water per meter in a contrail 1000-10000 (there's some exact science) greater than the water vapor released by "typical" aircraft.
What is the difference between typical and atypical aircraft?
You just debunked yourself.