Rain Forecast For 18/9 Did Not Eventuate After Heavy Aerosol Spraying Activity In Northland on 17/9

It has been mentioned before on this website repeatedly that aerosols serve as cloud condensation nuclei and thus have a substantial effect on cloud properties and their ability to produce rain.

Rain was forecast for Wednesday the 18th of September in Northland, which I was a bit annoyed about, as a friend and I had plans to take photos outdoors that day.  However,  Tuesday was a day of very heavy aerosol spraying activity and rain that was forecast did not eventuate on the Wednesday.  Coincidence?  It was a sunny day, without rain.

As well as reducing rainfall, aerosol researcher, Clifford Carnicom, who is based in New Mexico, has found that aerosol spraying is associated with relatively high levels of conductivity of the soil. Conductivity is a direct measure of the concentration of ions in solution. Reactive metal hydroxide salt forms, such as those that have now been documented at unexpectedly high levels in both the atmosphere and rainwater, are exactly the type of salt forms which will increase the conductivity (ion concentration) of the soil as well, he writes. More:  The Salt of Our Soils. Increasing Salt Levels Affect Flora, Trees and Plant Life, (2005).

Here are some photos of the aerosol trails seen on Tuesday, the 17th of September.  Photos are taken from Woodhill, Whangarei.

The sky was thick with aerosol trails on Tuesday, the 17th of September.  Looking eastwards

Stop-start aerosol trail

Aerosol trail dispersing.  Looking eastwards

A milky-white haze filled the sky in the early evening

Possibly related:

Aerosols cause intraseasonal short-term suppression of Indian monsoon rainfall.

About Clare Swinney

Interested in what is genuinely going on, not in the disinformation promoted as "truth" by the corrupt mainstream media. Please keep an open mind and do your own research. M.Sc. (Hons) from Auckland University.
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4 Responses to Rain Forecast For 18/9 Did Not Eventuate After Heavy Aerosol Spraying Activity In Northland on 17/9

  1. William says:

    Less spraying in Indiana this summer 🦉 Still spraying at night ? Bird population down respiratory problems still exist . Regardless of change (weather modification) still effects environment 🙀 Sent from my iPhone

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  2. James Mitchell says:

    Being a farmer, its a worry when you think of what they might have instore for us this summer. If the weather is engineered to become very dry, no doubt it will play right into the hands of the “Climate Change” narrative. The government is ramping up its attack on farming – all in line with UN agenda 21/2030.

  3. James Mitchell says:

    Don’t get me started on the vaccines. All this hysteria over the measles lately is just ridiculous! When I was a kid, measles, mumps, chicken pox and the ‘flu weren’t really a problem like they make them out to be today. Sure there are people who’s immune system has been compromised with things like chemo & radiation therapy (mainstream medical cancer treatment is diabolical), but measles, mumps & chicken pox – if you get them as a child, your body gets natural immunity to those diseases and you don’t get them again. But now they are trying to vaccinate kids for everything! The way the mainstream media labels anti-vaxers as “conspiracy theorist ” “fake news” etc, is disgusting. I have never seen one interview with parents who’s child/children have been damaged by vaccines – and there are a lot of them. Hey but Hillary Barry says that vaccines do not cause autism, so I guess its all OK then!!! LOL!!!

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