Unnatural Cloud Formations Evident In Satellite Image For New Zealand For Feb 25

While no obvious aerosol trails were apparent over New Zealand in this satellite image for the 25th of February, 2014 at http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/imagery/subsets/?subset=NewZealand.2014056.terra.250m.jpg, there was evidence of aerosol trails over the sea surrounding New Zealand, as this first image shows.

Below: Wave formations in what appears to be an aerosol cloud to east of bottom of the South Island.  Notice there is what looks like an aerosol trail or two trails side-by-side in the lower right-hand corner.

feb 25 ripples east of bottom of South IS

Below:  There were a variety of unnatural-looking formations visible and what may have been aerosols sprayed in parallel to the east of Christchurch.  Ploughed field of clouds?Feb 25 2014

Below:  Cross-hatch wave formations at the top of the South Island of New Zealand. top of south is feb 25 2014

Below: feb 25 line 2014What caused this line in the cloud to the east of the South Island? The atmosphere should behave like a fluid, so this would not be possible under a completely natural sky.

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2 Responses to Unnatural Cloud Formations Evident In Satellite Image For New Zealand For Feb 25

  1. reece18 says:

    VERY BAD!!!!!

  2. Sarah says:

    Yes, that was a full on day. There was also an unusual and strange scalar spike at the top of the east coast of the South Island, NZ. I look most days at the satellite images over New Zealand and it is breathtaking, (pun intended), how much geoengineering/weather modification technology use is in progress/in use in these images, which only capture a moment in the day.

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