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Burning Snow from Artificial Chemical Nucleation?

Videos have been popping up with people taking a lighter to a snowball, which instead of melting glazes with burn marks and smells terrible. They don't take into consideration the insulating properties of air, the impregnated smell of butane, etc. A higher level of scientific rigor is required.

Hoped to finish the top of our snow fort today, but the snow was too cold to pack. It did burn nicely, though. But...

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

In the past couple of days I've encountered a number of videos showing what people are calling "burning snow". The supposition is that this is from artificial nucleation through a chemical or nano metal process related to chemtrails. Some of the unusual or unexpected attributes include:

  • a "burning" appearance (soot accumulates on the snow)
  • a glazed appearance
  • not "melting", little or no dripping (goes directly to evaporation)
  • a bad smell

The first video I watched showed a guy with two snowballs over a wood stove top. One snowball came from ice he chipped out of his freezer (he shows himself chipping off the ice and forming the snowball). The other snowball comes from outside on the ground.

The ice from the freezer begins melting almost immediately, within 2 seconds of being held over the stove. The snowball from outside produces the first drip after nearly eight minutes of being held the same distance from the stove top.

A comment by Yudie Yasnik seems to explain this well. 

"The snow is what is called dry snow powder. There is no moisture in it, so any extreme heating will not produce water right away. It is all sucked back into the snow itself, like a sponge. The stuff from the freezer, [on the other hand,] was wet snow, so to speak; so it melted faster."

Brad Panovich also gave a good explanation:

"Ice shavings are not snow, the crystal structure is completely different. Snow is mostly air. 1" of snow = 0.10" of liquid. 1" of ice = 1" of liquid. They behave and melt at different rates since air is a good insulator."

In Alaska, they have like twenty different words for the different kinds of snow, ranging from fluffy, powdery, to wet, pellets, etc. There is a wide gamut of snow crystallization types.

Prior to seeing those explanations, the next video I watched was titled: "Fake Snow in Sweden".

Then I saw this video titled: "The Snow Burns in Chattanooga", and he shows it "burning," and smelling terrible, like plastic or aluminum or some kind of chemical.

So I had to give this a whirl. Here is what I found:

Bottom line: proper analysis is probably beyond the capabilities of most households. Proper testing needs to have the following capabilities:

  • Measure the density of the snow (size per weight)
  • Measure the odors being emitted by mass spectrometer or other spectral analyzers.
  • Measure the chemical content ratios of the melted snow compared to "normal", or compared to previous measurements in the same area dating back at least a decade, prior to the heavy chemtrailing.

If such analysis showed a difference compared to proper controls, then I would say we have something substantial.

Based on my study of chemtrails, I'm quite certain that such analysis would be definitive toward proving that something is being done to our air and water supplies. Actually, such analysis have been done, and are very conclusive to that end.

These "burning snow" videos might get people thinking, but they could also backfire, since they don't take into consideration such things as the insulating properties of air in fluffy snow, and people with proper scientific knowledge will immediately dismiss their "proof" as nonsense.

But, they rattle the cage, get people thinking and deciding whose team they're going to be on: waking up and seeking correction or reinforcing the corrupt status quo.

The aluminum and other nano metals and chemicals and biologicals being sprayed are increasing the flammability of our forests, not to mention the effect that making the trees and plants sickly has on increasing their flammability. Given two identical trees -- one with aluminum, and one without -- the aluminum-rich tree will burn much more readily.

What are these unadmitted weather control programs doing to our snow? Should we be urging out kids not to eat snow? I would guess that would be good advice, since we don't know when or what they are going to be spraying up there.

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