By James T. of Arapuni
If it’s a clear day, why can’t I see forever? These photos were taken at about 4:30pm on Sunday the 25th of April, 2016 in Arapuni, New Zealand looking West towards Maungatautari mountain. This mountain is only a few kilometers away, but obscured by bright white aerosol particulates. Also, the sky is not blue in that direction. It’s obviously the reflective nano-spheres that the powers-that-be are using, but deny using to stop the non-existent phenomenon of “man-made global warming.” It could be the worst haze I have seen over the mountain. I also feel a bit crook after being out in this stuff earlier on, when it wasn’t so visible.