Friday 31 January 2014

The snow that refuses to melt

This is going viral over the whole internet so I can hardly ignore it. I certainly put it down to 'WEIRD', but am unwilling to jump to the conclusions of the article. Make up your own mind.

PS. I have received the following message from AMT -  

"I did it here in North Idaho. I got the same results BUT when I melted it on the stove it melted almost instantly and evaporated with no residue or smell. I would have to conclude that a butane lighter is simply not a good tool for melting snow."

That seems a pretty reasonable explanation to me

Proof: Massive snowstorm yields ‘fake snow’ signifying false flag weather manipulation or massive social experiment
'Massive chemtrail’ operations found to be dumping ‘fake snow’ over Atlanta and parts of West Virginia, may signify a false flag attack on the populace

30 January, 2013

Stop the press! A recent snowstorm that blanked Atlanta and parts of Virginia sending thousands of residents into turmoil, causing nearly the entire city to come to a standstill, may have been a false flag operation or beta test carried out by diabolic factions of the U.S. government.

While the motive is not yet fully known, one thing is for sure, havoc has ensued and something is just not sitting right with people in the region.

KTLA5 reported:

Rebekah Cole left work Tuesday afternoon and was still sitting in traffic 10 hours later — at 1 a.m. Wednesday. She said she hoped her car wouldn’t run out of fuel as she prepared to spend the night in it.

She described what she had seen as a “zombie movie” — droves of people got out of their cars and were having conversations.

In the dead of night, they talked and walked between cars covered in white powder.

But what if that powder was made of a synthetic material?

The Proof

How many times have you seen snow in your life?

I am guessing that everyone reading this likely has seen and handled snow at one time or another. I mean, anyone that has handled snow knows that it melts as it is simply made of water.

Shockingly, after “massive chemtrail” sightings over the state of Georgia and parts of West Virginia over the last few days, residents are becoming wiser–nonetheless the government and mainstream media remains silent.

Response by Atlanta city officials including the mayor have been limited, blaming the storm on a “faulty weather forecast”.

Concerned citizens and experts alike have been left to wonder how such a big city can be caught off guard by a snowstorm.

It is also important to point out that mainstream media rhetoric has become extremely unusual regarding the weather in Atlanta over the past 24 hours.

A Call To Action

While the true intent of this operation, likely militarized, is currently unknown, it begs for a few good questions. I mean, why would the military want to demobilize the city of Atlanta for days? If they did, what would be the purpose? Interestingly, a few things actually come to mind. So if you are in the area please contact us with your reports as Intellihub News is an open source portal for suppressed information.

A few areas worth investigating are:

  • The Center for Disease Control (CDC), based in Atlanta
  • Preparations for martial law based on a known future event to take place soon
  • Prepositioning of military forces

Right now we are looking for boots on the ground reports out of Atlanta, to help aid our investigation into this matter.

'Fake snow' in the south? It's called sublimation

30 January, 2014

As a winter storm blanketed the southern US residents with snow they aren’t accustomed to seeing, social media was similarly blanketed with claims of “fake snow” that won’t melt. Videos and heated discussions are making the rounds where people are attempting to melt snow gathered out of their backyards with lighters, and finding the snow won’t melt at all.

What is this “fake snow”? No one knows for certain, though many are chalking the strange non-melting substance to government conspiracies, chem trails and other nefarious possibilities.

Unfortunately, no one is getting it right. As is the case with this misinformation age, no one is doing their own research, rather simply exclaiming how tragic it is that we’re all being poisoned by fluffy white toxin-flakes or recreating the exact same experiment with the exact same results.

Had the ambitious kitchen scientists done their due diligence, they would learn about a process called “sublimation,” explained here in an elementary unit on the water cycle for children.

According to the US Geologic Survey, sublimation is, “the conversion between the solid and the gaseous phases of matter, with no intermediate liquid stage.” It’s used to describe the process of snow turning into vapor without first melting.

And if you don’t believe it coming from a US government source, how about a regular scientist? Steve Ackerman, a professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences at the University of Wisconsin- Madison explains that what we would call “evaporation” from a liquid is called “sublimation from a solid.”

Whenever there is an interface of air and water, either liquid or solid, you have molecules trying to leave the water,” Ackerman explains.

Sublimation is most common when the surrounding air is cold and dry. Humid conditions and warmer temperatures would cause the snow to melt first. The dramatic change in temperatures when snow or ice is touched with a lighter, for instance, immediately converts the solid into a vapor.

The snow isn’t melting because it is vaporizing. It’s changing forms in a scientific process. And as to the claims that trying to melt this snow results in an odd smell, you may want to look to the lighter fluid or the lighter itself-- which is likely far more toxic than even yellow snow.

While I am often the first to suspect nefarious government actions and am well-aware of the many toxins in our environment, we owe it to ourselves and other information-hungry consumers on the web to put out accurate information.

The bottom line is that if there were lighters hundreds of years ago and the curious kitchen scientists of olden days ran the very same experiment, they would have the very same results. Not because of pollution, chem trails, or intentional contamination but because of the properties of water—or in this case snow—when heated under certain conditions. True, snow may be dirtier now thanks to pollution, but it is snow and under the right conditions it will melt.

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