Constant Heavy Spraying Over Nelson, NZ On April 7

By Ngaire Small of Nelson.

Constant spraying streaked the sky in Nelson all day on the 7th of April, 2013.   Funny, late yesterday afternoon, a Virgin Blue passenger plane,  (Wgtn – Brisbane), looked like it was on  a collision course with Air NZ (Akld-Dunedin) over Nelson on the radar!   They left a big ‘X’ in the sky.  It was a shocking day.  Here are three photos taken that day. apr7 014 apr7 017 apr7 018

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8 Responses to Constant Heavy Spraying Over Nelson, NZ On April 7

  1. Danielle says:

    These are so not clouds! Palmerston North has had a prevalence of these of late; constant.

  2. Andrew says:

    You rock Ngaire! Thanks for the pics.

  3. Ivor says:

    Could someone explain to a newby .. the flights mentioned are commercial flights .. the pics tell a story .. how is it done ?

  4. Ivor says:

    Sitting on a hillside in the mid 1980,s .. early hours of the morning .. the sky strewn with lights, the air so clear and cool on the face .. Scorpius and the great swathe of the milky way .. thank God that my children were able to share with me and see the overwhelming grandeur ..

  5. Ashton Dempsey says:

    Let me get this right – a sophisticated chemical delivery system is being secretly installed in aircraft around the world for the purpose of weather modification (and other nefarious purposes)?

    Who supplies these systems?

    Who fits and maintains them?

    Who approves their use on commercial aircraft? And why, exactly?

    In short, how many people need to remain silent for this secret worldwide program to remain secret?

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