The Fake Snow Christmas Conspiracy

January 2014, a freak snowstorm hits southern USA The normally mild and sunny southern states of Georgia, South Carolina, and Virginia are engulfed by a vicious arctic cold front, which caused record low temperatures of 8 degrees Fahrenheit, thousands of traffic accidents, and blanketed the highways in 3 inches of snow

Nicknamed ‘Atlas’, the freak snowstorm killed over a dozen Americans The major weather report agencies would have you believe that these extreme conditions are, of course, odd – but expected, considering the havoc that climate change has recently been wreaking on our planet But they didn’t foresee their thousands of viewers taking a flame to the snow and unearthing something deeply suspicious – one of the most widely researched conspiracy theories of the 21st Century What American viewers discovered was shocking: when heated next to a flame, the Atlas snow wasn’t melting Instead it burnt, emitting a plasticy, chemical smell into the air

Thousands of YouTube videos were uploaded, exposing the mysterious behaviour of America’s January snow The bizarre phenomenon of burning snow got many people wondering what on earth this wet, chemical white stuff was, which was falling onto our homes, neighbourhoods, and dissolving into the air we breathe – is this fake snow? And more importantly, is it safe? Amateur meteorologists and conspiracy theorists like climate researcher Michael Murphy linked the alleged fake snow discovery to the terrifying possibility of weather manipulation: geo-engineering the earth’s climate for our own selfish purposes Under normal circumstances, modification of the weather can be used to improve quality of life by preventing dangerous weather like hurricanes, and increasing rainfall in dry areas by cloud seeding Scientists were quick to discredit the fake snow theory, attributing its burning and chemical smell to a process known as sublimation, where a substance transitions from a solid to gas, without undergoing the liquid phase But that doesn’t invalidate the fact that we do indeed have the capacity to manipulate the weather – and snowfall is no exception

With the weather at our fingertips the consequences could be deadly; climate imbalance, military warfare, and health scares are all scary possibilities of weather manipulation But if weather warfare is the way we’re headed, the question arises: Why would the US government release artificial, and potentially harmful, snow across its own country? The likely answer is all around us: rising sea levels, freak storms, heat waves, drought, melting polar ice caps – in other words, global warming Dane Wigington is a climate researcher, and the lead investigator of Geoengineering watch, which is a research project that explores the environmental dangers of weather manipulation In various articles and in the 2012 documentary ‘Why in the world are they spreading?’, Wigington and his colleague Michael Murphy argue that fake snow is being spilled across the world in an attempt to cool down the earth’s temperature and reverse climate change But surely it’s incomprehensible to think that we can produce high winds, bitter cold fronts, and inches of snowfall across whole states? …You’d be surprised

Technology now enables us to geo-engineer heavy, wet snowfall using a technique called ‘artificial ice nucleation’ Using the inconspicuous vapour trails from aeroplanes, scientists may have come up with a clever way to pump aerosols into the stratosphere in order to produce cloud seeding, and stimulate the formation of ice crystals Disguised as normal aircraft vapour lines, these are in fact ‘chemtrails’: cloud sprays that are leaden with chemicals, toxins and aluminium What’s more, the military-funded High Frequency Active Auroral Research Programme in Alaska, or HAARP for short, has patented technology such as ionosphere heating installations, which Murphy and his fellow climate theorists believe are being used to generate hurricane steering This, combined with cloud seeding and chemtrail ice nucleation make the possibility of human-generated snowstorms very real

But the US Environmental Protection Agency reports that those thin aeroplane clouds are nothing more than condensation trails, produced from the hot air that escapes from a plane’s jet engine While chemtrails might sound farfetched to the EPA Perhaps we have actually been practising artificial snow production for over 40 years NASA even owns the patent for artificial ice nucleation itself

The agency first began exploring the potential of aerosol-induced storm technology in the 1970s, when in 1976, scientists N Fukuta and Y Paik released their paper “A supersonic expansion method of ice nuclei generation for weather modification” This report contained a design for a revolutionary ice crystal generator, along with the calculations to pump these ice crystals into our environment Fast-forward to 2007, and China has successfully created artificial snow to encourage precipitation in drought areas, by accelerating cloud formation with silver iodide

Sounds innocent enough – But in 2009, Chinese scientists ‘accidentally’ went overboard in their cloud seeding efforts and created a ferocious snowstorm that lasted 11 hours, which also seriously disrupted flights and transport Was China and America’s freak snowfall an attempt to improve drought circumstances, or perhaps a weather manipulation tactic in order to combat the bigger and more dangerous threat of global warming? Solar expert Dane Wigington certainly thinks so Because the truth is, weather manipulation could have sinister adverse consequences on our environment and health if we’re not careful As Wigington describes them, these “toxic temporary cool downs” are no real solution to climate change Unfortunately there is no shortcut to reversing global warming, and messing with our planet’s natural climate like this could leave us worse off than when we started, disrupting thes seasons, temperatures and the delicate balance of ecosystems that sustains life here on earth

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