Strange Clouds in Whangarei on Day Of Huge Aerosol Operation

The following photos were taken between 7.00pm and 7.23pm from Woodhill, Whangarei on March the 20th, 2014, the day of a huge aerosol operation.    Note the straight lines, the holes and right angles in amongst these odd looking clouds.

The forecast for tomorrow in Northland is rain, so one can take an educated guess that the purpose of the massive aerosol dispersement and what appears to be the use of weather tampering technology, is to significantly reduce the amount of rain that falls in this region on March the 21st?

7.00pm March 20, 2014. Looking westward

7.00pm March 20, 2014. Looking westward. Note the straight line and the holes in this cloud matter.

7.10pm

7.10pm. Ripples

7.18pm

7.18pm. Something weird is going on.

7.18pm

7.18pm Look at the part-rectangular space in this cloud in the centre of the photo.

7.22pm

7.22pm.  Note the straight line. So much for fluid dynamics.

 

 

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One Response to Strange Clouds in Whangarei on Day Of Huge Aerosol Operation

  1. The rain that was forecast today was a few drips that was over in about 1 minute. The clouds seemed to be broken apart. And the agenda is drought.

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