Independent lab tests point to mainstream cover-up of live biowarfare, geoengineering testing

Marie Snow and her friend Cori Gunnels knew they stumbled across something sinister, one November day, this year, when they saw what appeared to be 50 to 60-foot long “raindrops”, “solid” in nature, falling from the sky in clusters, after three military aircraft, including a C-130, flew overhead, minutes prior, at an altitude of an estimated 5,000-8,000 ft.

Using critical thinking skills, Snow and Gunnels, patriots and local residents, decided to collect samples of the fibrous material which was deployed from the three military planes earlier that day, saving the samples for testing. In fact, the fibers looked so ominous that Snow even opted not to touch them with her “bare hands” and collected them on “white pieces of paper”.

Strange Rain: Mysterious Gray "Milky" Substance Reported In Washington & Oregon - Is The US Undergoing Full-Scale Weather Warfare?

You know you have a real mystery on your hands when the so-called experts start publicly guessing at the reason for what is causing the "strange rain" in parts of Washington and Oregon.

Reports accompanied by images have started surfacing, first on social media, then in the mainstream news of a mysterious substance described by some as "gray," others are "white stuff," calling it a "milky" substance falling from the skies. CNN's Derek Van Dam states it is being found on cars and even in clothing from those that have been out in the elements.

Chemtrails the secret war

Is the CIA Funding Research Into Weather Manipulation to Stop Global Warming? If They Are – They Won’ Tell You.

The Central Intelligence Agency is funding a scientific study that will investigate whether humans could use geoengineering to alter Earth’s environment and stop climate change. The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) will run the 21-month project, which is the first NAS geoengineering study financially supported by an intelligence agency. With the spooks’ money, scientists will study how humans might influence weather patterns, assess the potential dangers of messing with the climate, and investigate possible national security implications of geoengineering attempts.

The total cost of the project is $630,000, which NAS is splitting with the CIA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and NASA. The NAS website says that “the US intelligence community” is funding the project, and William Kearney, a spokesman for NAS, told Mother Jones that phrase refers to the CIA.

Timaru Rainwater Found To Contain High Levels of Aluminium & Barium

Increasing numbers of New Zealanders are voicing their concerns about the aluminium, barium and strontium contaminating their environment in assocation with the issue commonly referred to as “chemtrails.” While “chemtrails” have typically been portrayed by the mainstream media and politicians as nothing more than a hoax, evidence shows the lingering plumes being discharged from aircraft are part of world wide programs and not merely water vapour, but normally comprised of cocktails of aerosolized heavy metals, amongst other environmental contaminants, which are being found in rainwater.

Debunked: Pilot Forgets To Turn Off CHEMTRAILS while landing [Aerodynamic Contrail, Wake Vortex]

This video has been shared on social media and retitled as "pilot forgetting to turn off the chemtrails".

It's an aerodynamic contrail from the wing surface and in the wake vortices, due to the high humidity - as seen by the fog.

Monster Chemtrail Filmed Over Poland

As Water Supply Reaches Record Low, California Combats Drought With Black-Ops Weather Control Technology From Vietnam War

California is scrambling to prevent a water shortage crisis from escalating into a catastrophe. Last year was the driest year in recorded history for many areas of California and conditions have yet to improve in 2014, according to recent snow surveys.

In January, after Gov. Jerry Brown declared a State of Emergency, California’s Department of Water Resources said it would reduce the supply of water from reservoirs to the lowest level in its 54-year history. As the severity of the drought has escalated in recent months, the state has ramped up efforts to induce rainfall through a controversial weather modification technology known as cloud seeding.

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