W. Files Conspiracy vol. 1: Chemtrails Locator

Chemtrails locator above London

The Chemtrails Locator aims to track chemtrails around the world thanks to Warp 10™.

The dataset

With courtesy of ADS-B Exchange, we gathered 2 years of flight traffic representing 200,000 aircraft and 15 billion positions. We wanted to do something fun with it to demonstrate some capabilities of Warp 10™.

ADS-B Exchange is a co-op of ADS-B/Mode S/MLAT feeders from around the world, and the world’s largest source of unfiltered flight data.

The engine

At the core of the application, we used a WarpScript™ to fetch data depending on an area and a date in order to track planes that flew over a specific location. We use:

You can have a look at multiple flight paths, anywhere around the world.

Chemtrails bird view
Los Angeles LAX airport: 14 aircraft with 2439 sightings between 15/06/2018 12:00 UTC and 15/06/2018 15:00 UTC on a flat Earth.

All over the world

Track chemtrails around the world thanks to Warp 10™: above your house, over the world biggest airports or anywhere on Earth at a given time.

  • Choose an airport among more than 30 world biggest airports
  • Pick a location anywhere
  • Choose your own current location.

Choose a date, a time and a duration and then, click on "Sniff" to locate chemtrails.

Thanks to Warp 10™ and its Geo Time Series™, you will be able to see in 3 dimensions. Warp 10 can store each data point with a location and an elevation, which offers you a convenient way to visualize tracks in space and time. (More info about our data model can be found here).

You can visualize taxi-ways, waiting tracks, forbidden areas and so on. It is an easy way to explore flights habits around airports.

An immersive view
Paris CDG airport flights: 60 aircraft with 8176 sightings between 15/06/2018 12:00 UTC and 15/06/2018 13:00 UTC

Locate chemtrails and share

Use our first W-Files application and share your best findings with your reptilian friends over social networks.

Of course, Chemtrails are contrails, you know?

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