Today TVNZ’s website refers to an ‘amazing’ optical phenomena, photographed by Natalie Richards in Paparoa, Northland, of a kind which only became a regular sight when aerosol trails, also known as “chemtrails,” became a common sight in Northland in early-2010, a time of severe drought and apparent use of weather modification technology. For example, please see Strange-Looking Clouds Over Whangarei On March 23rd 2010
The photo shown in the TVNZ article, posted immediately below, appears to show two aerosol trails, one of which is evincing colours and appears to be glowing. The article mentions that MetService, the New Zealand government-funded weather bureau, states that the effect occurs when sunlight enters a cloud and ice crystals in the cloud refract the light and form a rainbow.
Evidence indicates that aerosol trails are used for a variety of functions, the primary one being to create an atmosphere that will support the use of weather modification technology.
The photo below of rainbow colours in cloud-like material was originally posted on award-winning weatherman, Scott Steven’s website, which is now offline. The site content can still be found on the internet archive, the Wayback machine. Wrote Stevens: “Beautiful, and it would be more so if it were natural. No this isn’t just the natural refraction of water ice by sunlight. Yes, there is some of this occurring, but the colors are refractions of Ba & Al—Barium and Aluminum the metallic content of these contrail [aerosol trail] flights.”