Many Aerosol Trails West of North Island For April 1

The following images are screen shots taken from the Aqua satellite image for April the 1st, 2014.  They show numerous conspicuous aerosol trails sprayed to the west of the North Island ahead of rain clouds over the Tasman sea.

When people suggest that what is being done is “experimental”  think about what can be seen in the satellite imagery.  The weather engineers are so aggressive, this must be intentional weather manipulation designed to undermine the economy, environment and the people of New Zealand, without a doubt.  It is not merely an experiment.  See what you think. http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/imagery/subsets/?subset=NewZealand.2014091.aqua.250m  west of northland trail april fri

Above: West of Northland

west of northland trail april fri 2

Above: West of Northland. Below:  West of mid-North Island

west of northland trail april fri 3

Related:

Air Pollution Stops Rain

Meteorologist, Dr Joe Golden Talks about how aerosols may be used to manipulate the weather.

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2 Responses to Many Aerosol Trails West of North Island For April 1

  1. Sarah says:

    Have a look at he big storm happening at the top of Australia on this site, go back a few days as well and check out geoengineering particularly chemtrails/aerosol trails around the edges https://earthdata.nasa.gov/labs/worldview/

  2. billblyth says:

    http://www.metvuw.com/forecast/forecast1.php?type=rain&region=nz&tim=120

    Metvuw map shows remains of cyclone lta intensifying as it approaches New Zealand.

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