It rained very little during November, 2011. Below are photos taken on the 29th and 30th of November, 2011, from Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand.
While it was cloudy today and rained during parts of the day, on the 30th of November, the rain drops were very small, so ultimately little has fallen. (See adjacent photo of rainwater collected today).
A story published in the Northern Advocate today mentioned that according to Dale Hansen, NRC water resources/hydrology programme manager, rainfall figures were tracking down in a similar way to the same time last year.
The drought conditions in late-2009 and early and late 2010, and the present time, coincide with the presence of chemtrails/geo-engineering.
The production of drought conditions is recognised as a potential outcome of climate engineering. Rutgers University meteorologist Alan Robock stated: “Imagine if we triggered a drought and famine while trying to cool the planet,” during a geoengineering conference in 2010.
Researcher Clifford Carnicom wrote in 2002, in a paper titled Drought Inducement: “The extensive and systematic aerosol operations that are being conducted without informed consent are aggravating, if not instigating, the elevated drought conditions that are now commonly being observed.“
A sophisticated team of modelers, Philip Rasch and his colleagues wrote about the consequences of injecting sulfate aerosols into the stratosphere. Their simulations indicated that while the Northern Hemisphere might cool overall, significant and undesirable reductions in precipitation could occur over vulnerable areas such as North Africa and India, leading to drought conditions. Refer: Rasch, Philip J., Simone Tilmes, Richard P. Turco, Alan Robock, Luke Oman, Chih-Chieh (Jack) Chen, Georgiy L. Stenchikov, and Rolando R. Garcia, 2008: An overview of geoengineering of climate using stratospheric sulfate aerosols. Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. A., 366, 4007-4037, doi:10.1098/rsta.2008.0131. PDF file