It snowed in the South and caused a widespread panic. Frankly, if it snowed in San Diego I’d feel the same way. But what’s more interesting about the unusual weather event is that some people attempted to melt the snow…and it wouldn’t melt.
Clive Lewis has a radio show called Ground Zero. Yes, he’s a conspiracy theorist. But there’s nothing wrong with that. This is a link to his show last night: http://www.groundzeromedia.org/theres-snow-business-like-snow-business/
My mom has been talking about Chemtrails and Contrails for years. If you don’t know what they are, look up into the sky on a clear day and watch for airplanes making lines all over the place. After they make their lines, it gets rather cloudy. Mom is always talking about these planes messing up our air. As I listened to Clive Lewis last night, I started to realize that there is a lot of truth to this.
I agree with him…what makes a person attempt to melt snow in the first place?
I’m not sure what to make out of all of this, but it was enough to get me thinking. My grandfather used to talk about how the military sprayed stuff over San Francisco, and there seems to be truth to that. What else is going on that we don’t know about?