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.
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The picture on page 13 of the February 25 edition of the Cyprus Mail about chemtrails shows Cirrostratus Fibratus.
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.