fibratus

fibratus

[fi′bräd·əs]
(meteorology)
A cloud species characterized by a fine hairlike or striated composition, the filaments of which are usually distinctly separated from each other; the extremities of these filaments are always thin and never terminated by tufts or hooks. Also known as filosus.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The picture on page 13 of the February 25 edition of the Cyprus Mail about chemtrails shows Cirrostratus Fibratus. I may have seen this near Peyia when I flew a light aircraft from Paphos a few months ago.
Cirrostratus Fibratus results from fast flowing, high altitude airstreams bearing Cirrus ice particles flowing in different directions, often with only a few hundred feet vertical separation.
Me Leblanc can rest assured that Cirrostratus Fibratus is a natural phenomenon and contains no chemicals.