Many videos have been popping up on the internet lately regarding fake snow – snow that when exposed to heat, doesn’t melt, turns black, and smells like burnt plastic. Is this fact or fiction? It would be easy to dismiss these claims and consider them the rantings of raving lunatics if this phenomenon wasn’t happening all across the United States and in other countries, such as Sweden.
One video shows black-tinted snow getting smaller, but not melting when placed near fire. There is no water dripping and the person holding the snowball is left with dry hands. Another video shows that when this supposed fake snow is left to melt at room temperature, the melted liquid contains solid, string-like fibers.
Debunkers claim that the snow does not melt due to sublimation and that the blackness and plastic smell are caused by the butane lighters that people are using, but the same lighter test using what is thought to be real snow produces different results. Videos shot in Norway and the U.S. show snow melting when a lighter is put to it and there is no blackness or unusual smell.
The consensus is that this “fake snow” is produced by geoengineering, but what are the facts? Is it actually possible to create fake snow? Why would anyone want to create it?
Canadian scientist, David Keith has worked in the field of climate technology a.k.a. geoengineering, for over 20 years. Geoengineering is “the deliberate attempt to alter the climate on a global scale”, Keith stated in a Spiegel International interview in 2013. He also spoke theoretically about spraying sulfuric acid aerosol into the upper atmosphere to slow natural climate change. When sprayed into the air, these particles reflect the sun, cooling the earth and slowing down global warming. Is this just theoretical or is it already happening?
Is it possible?
There are indeed various patents for weather-altering devices such as those of Robert G. Knollenberg Mattoon, III, whose weather modification method, patented in 1971, “provides a method for producing rain or snow from natural atmospheric clouds using seeding agents characterized by a high solubility in water and a large endothermic heat of solution in water.”
The patent states that “typical examples of materials suitable for use in practicing this invention are urea, potassium nitrate, potassium nitrite, and ammonium nitrate. Laboratory experiments have shown urea to be effective in producing ice crystals in a vapor cloud having a temperature as high as +6 C. In field experiments, urea has been observed to cause snow showers in supercooled clouds. WEATHER MODIFICATION METHOD, the invention described herein may be manufactured and used by or for the Government of the United States of America for Governmental purposes without the payment of any royalties thereon or therefor.”
Other devices for weather modification include a freezing nucleant, a solution of silver iodide for “nucleating the formation of ice at higher temperatures than the nuclei in the environment is provided…for the purpose of nucleating clouds while being less toxic, less expensive.” These are just a couple of patents out of many, which include devices for creating artificial clouds, fog, and mist, airplane spray equipment, and more.
Besides patents for weather modification devices, we also have new information from whistleblower Kristin Meghan, a former Air Force Bio-Environmental Engineer. Meghan’s duty as a Bio-Environmental Engineer was to track chemicals used by the military from start to finish to make sure they complied with EPA and OSHA standards. She was responsible for approving any hazardous materials through Air Force form 3952.
Each chemical came with a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), MSDSs list the manufacturer of a product along with safe handling procedures, storage and disposal, among other things. Part of the approval process was knowing what the chemical was to be used for.
When Meghan came across chemicals with no manufacturer listed and electronic MSDSs, which were vague and “looked like someone had scanned them into the system”, she didn’t approve these items. When she started asking questions about the use of these suspicious chemicals, she wasn’t given an answer and was soon transferred to another logistics center, despite the fact that she was a decorated, high-ranking official. She discovered the same issues at her new air force base in Warner Robins, Georgia.
Out of curiosity, Meghan decided to do some testing of her own. After taking air and soil samples, she discovered aluminum, barium, and strontium oxides and sulfates, the same chemicals said to be in the reported fake snow. When she reported these findings to her commander, he stated that she seemed to be under mental stress and suggested that she might be locked away for treatment, leaving her young daughter alone. After this incident, she was also shunned by fellow military personnel. Meghan has since left the military and is now speaking out against geoengineering.
Although no one in charge is going to admit to producing fake snow, we have proof that it is absolutely possible. We must continue researching on our own and sharing information with others in order to spread the word because if you can’t rely on the weather being real, then what is?
Geoengineering Whistleblower ~ Ex-Military ~ Kristen Meghan, Hauppauge, NY, January 18th, 2014, 2012: What’s the ‘real’ truth?
Johann Grolle, Cheap But Imperfect: Can Geoengineering Slow Climate Change?, Spiegel International
Dane Wigington, Main Stream Media “Scientists” Try To Cover Up Engineered Snow Storms, Geoengineering Watch