Sunday, 2 December 2018

A story buried: "chemtrails" over Cyprus


Strong PROOF that NASA falsifies its data
In parallel with this just looking at the Arctic on NASA Worldview every day my friend,Margo, and I noticed some very strange phenomena and suspected that NASA were removing inconvenient data, usually the next day.

Unless one is taking screenshots of everything every step of the way it is hard to prove this.

However, proof came from this paper in the form of a NASA Worldview satellite image from February 4, 2016 showing jet-laid particulate trails blanketing the air above the Republic of Cyprus but nearly absent in surrounding regions.





Here are chemtrails caught in Cyprus




I decided to check for myself the veracity of this image and went to NASA Worldview and found the data for the exact same day – all the jet-laid particulate trails had been removed and replaced by blue sky!

  

Under pressure from the Greens (a Green Party doing its job!?) Agriculture and Environment Minister Nicos Kouyialis pledged to look into the question in February,2016.

By July the cover-up was complete and the people were told “there is nothing to see here”



26 July, 2016

Agriculture and Environment Minister Nicos Kouyialis has pledged that the government will look into the alleged spraying of chemtrails in Cypriot skies, following demands by concerned citizen activist groups and farmers.

The matter of suspicious aerial spraying – believed by some to be chemtrails – was discussed on Wednesday at the House environment committee.

Speaking to the media later, Greens MP George Perdikis – who tabled the issue – said they were pleased with the minister’s commitment to investigate.

Perdikis said he hoped this time a proper probe would be done with the participation of government departments as well as experts from universities here and abroad.

Assuming chemtrails were proved, he added, they expected the government to take the necessary action to put a stop to it.

  • Local weathermen recently forecast heavy rain only for it to remain dry
  • British forces have been accused of using a chemical to divert rain clouds
  • The Ministry of Defence has rubbished the claims by Cypriot government

21 February, 2016

A few extra dry days are the last thing you’d expect to cause a row on the sun-kissed Mediterranean island of Cyprus.

But the Royal Air Force has reportedly been accused by the Cypriot government of interfering with the weather – so its Tornado and Typhoon aircraft can fly missions to Syria and Iraq in clear conditions.

The bizarre claim emerged after local weathermen forecast heavy rain for early February only for the period to remain dry.

By July, 2016 the cover-up was complete


Ministry report rules out presence of chemtrails 

16 July, 2016

A report ordered by the agriculture ministry has found that tracks observed in skies over Cyprus are due to normal vapour trails from aircraft, and not to chemtrails – but critics aren’t convinced.

The report, ordered by Agriculture Minister Nicos Kouyialis back in February, determined that contrails (short for condensation trails) are responsible for the phenomenon observed where white trails crisscross the sky, sometimes lingering there for hours.

Contrails are clouds formed when water vapour condenses and freezes around small particles (aerosols) that exist in aircraft exhaust. Some of that water va-pour comes from the air around the plane; and, some is added by the exhaust of the aircraft. The exhaust of an aircraft contains both gas (vapour) and solid par-ticles.

In conclusion, no solid evidence was found that would link condensation trails observed in the atmosphere to any other causes and/or phenomena other that those cited above,” the government report stated.

In February, following noises from the Green party and the Union of Cypriot Farmers (EKA), Kouyialis had appointed a committee to investigate. The committee was chaired by Theodoulos Mesimeris, senior officer at the Depart-ment of Environment, and included officers from various departments, includ-ing civil aviation, water development, forestry, the state lab and the Met office.

Agriculture and Environment Minister Nicos Kouyialis has pledged that the government will look into the alleged spraying of chemtrails in Cypriot skies, following demands by concerned citizen activist groups and farmers.

The matter of suspicious aerial spraying – believed by some to be chemtrails – was discussed on Wednesday at the House environment committee.

Speaking to the media later, Greens MP George Perdikis – who tabled the issue – said they were pleased with the minister’s commitment to investigate.

Perdikis said he hoped this time a proper probe would be done with the participation of government departments as well as experts from universities here and abroad.

Assuming chemtrails were proved, he added, they expected the government to take the necessary action to put a stop to it.

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