"One of the first thing I notice when I travel to the States are the CTs. Don't see them here way way way down south in the Southern Cone. Another clue in solving the puzzle?"
Possibly. They've been very actively laying down trails here in Colorado lately, leaving the sky milky white in places every afternoon. If it weren't for the high winds coming off of the mountains, the whole sky would probably by white, but the winds tend to break things up a bit. Usually cloud formations will align themselves parallel to the mountains, running from North to South as they drift East from the West. This morning, however, the entire sky was oriented 90 degrees from that norm, with the clouds lining up perpendicular to the mountains - it was very weird, like the sky was twisted for some reason. It's probably a shift of winds, but I've never noticed the clouds behaving that way before. At times I do wonder if there is something that we could see in the skies these days if there weren't so many chemtrails whiting things out.