A huge aerosol trail, approximately 1000km+ long, which is the approximate distance between Cape Reinga and Christchurch as the crow flies, is visible in satellite imagery for the morning of Thursday, the 20th of February over the Tasman sea, to the west of New Zealand’s North Island.
If you are wondering what effect a massive dump of aerosol particles will have on our weather in the North Island, according to an article dated March 10th, 2000 on the BBC website titled simply ‘Air pollution stops rain’, research conducted by Daniel Rosenfeld shows that pollution particles lead to abnormally small droplets of rain that are far too small to fall to Earth. This means that rainfall levels are reduced, or inhibited completely.
(As mentioned before, and again for those who are new to this site, rainwater tests conducted by RJ Hill Laboratories, have shown that the heavy metals used in atmospheric aerosols for “geoengineering”, are present in New Zealand’s rain).
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According to MetService, on Saturday morning there are a “Few showers developing morning, but rain for a time afternoon, clearing at night. Northwesterlies changing southwest afternoon.”
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