People all across the country have recently began posting videos, and photo’s, of snow that will not melt. Some people are even reporting that the snow has a strange odor, like chemicals.
Is the snow natural, or the result of a Geo-Engineered or HARRP attack?
Well, to answer this question, we only have to open a book about physics. Water melt from snow depends greatly on whether or not the snow is powder or a wet snow. If it’s powder, water is so minimal, upon heating, it can simply evaporate into the air.
So why is snow not melting?
1. The snow is melting, but the very loose fluffy structure of the snow wicks away the water, turning dry snow into wet snow, and eventually turning the snow intoslush.
2. The snow is blackened when a lighter is held underneath it because of the soot from the lighter (the products of incomplete combustion). It’s not burning.
3.The smell is fumes from the lighter (also from incomplete combustion) and/or people briefly burning nearby objects like gloves.
You got it? It’s not a HAARP attack!
You’re wrong. The first snow of the year in Anchorage, AK was “burnable snow. The black, not darkening, isn’t caused by a lighter. If that were true, then it would happen with every snow fall….
But it doesn’t.
Our first snow was a mix of small pellet shaped balls and real snow. The pellet shapes were blown off as “hail”…
But they don’t melt. The snow around them does, but they dont. They dont even melt in your hand.
And neither does this snow that burns; unless its mixed with real snow, then it melts almost instantly upon touch. The temperature outside is usually slightly above freezing and its feels warm when this fake snow falls.
Oh, and also, it only comes after weather modification runs. By the time the winters in full swing, we dont get hit with the jets. But first sign of spring, and here they come.
Based on that also, our snow varies. Early in the season, its mixed. Mid to late in the season, it doesnt burn much anymore, and huge flakes start falling, alone without pellets, and its ust beautiful. The temps correlate to the weather outside, and it just feels right.
Real Snowman weather.