Aftermath Of Chemical Ice Nucleation

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Dane Wigington
GeoengineeringWatch.org

Chemically nucleated “snow” events are wreaking havoc on forests, ecosystems and human infrastructure. Chemical ice nucleation cloud seeding processes are a primary component of the ongoing and expanding global climate engineering operations. The numerous forms of frozen material have characteristics that are very different from anything a naturally occurring weather scenario would yield. Artificially nucleated “snow” is often 15 to 20 degrees colder than the surrounding air temperatures which can and often do cause this material to stick to whatever it comes in contact with. Further, climate engineered chemical cloud seeding cool-downs are commonly commenced at atmospheric temperatures far above the point where natural ice nucleation would take place. The warmer air temperatures mean that the atmosphere is carrying more overall moisture which produces a heavy wet “snow”. The combination of factors mentioned, when combined with already weakened forests, is disastrous. The short video below provides a shocking example of the utter devastation the weather makers are inflicting on our last remaining forests with chemical ice nucleation engineered winter weather events.

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18 Responses to Aftermath Of Chemical Ice Nucleation

  1. Rose says:

    A storm like the February ice storm south of Portland OR had never happened before, the old-timers say.  But it's not climate change.  Look at the sky all over the world – they are killing our ecosystems and us with it.

  2. Amy says:

    I hate to think if maybe you aren't personally  being targeted because of who you are and what you stand for. It's amazing how accurate this weather can be aimed and specifically directed to certain areas. It makes my heart ache to watch these videos. All that destruction and in the end, very little water. We'll still be in a drought this year and the next. We haven't seen anything yet. I believe it will only get worse. 

  3. To Mr. Dane Wigington, thank you very much for all you're doing. It's agonizing that a great deal of people are loving their prison. There will be no face mask wearing or social distancing in concentration camps. The Lord strengthen and keep you Sir.  

  4. Lynn says:

    In northern Cali, officials say falling redwood was just Mother Nature. Of course, there's no mention of chemical nucleated ice or years of toxic spraying.

    https://apnews.com/article/california-redwood-tree-falls-car-kills-parents-of-5-5f8d47456f77d4c3b21cd472e8050535

  5. Roy says:

    Before I was awake, the surprise October 2006 snow in Buffalo ruined an estimated 200,000 trees in the metro area. The snow was firm & sticky & was as heavy as concrete. There was thunder. One could hear the woods breaking on that eerie quiet night. Broken upper limbs are still wedged above in the park areas. People were so desperate to prop up the giant sycamore limbs to no avail. The wires came down & our cellars flooded. Now, older maples here often rot and snap at the base while the ash borer kills millions of ash. The tree decay in the park worsens every year but we keep planting.

  6. john michael vanOs says:

    GREAT GOOD WORK Dane Thank YOU Shared Everywhere SEE Fires Nepal (painful earth)

  7. Dava golino says:

    it seems that all the worlds so called leaders are about death of any thing alive. if gates really wanted to help the world he would take all the farmlands he is stealing and give it back to new young farmers and make it mandatory to plant tress native to the areas as tree breaks.but I guess he can not get a 20 times return on that like he is on his deadly cocktail and gmo meat nightmare. Mother trees are the life of everything. this is murder. they have no respect for living matter at all.

  8. Duane Martin says:

    Dane – You very clearly pictured the Obscenity that has been brought upon the Natural World by these Fiendish operations. We continue to attempt to awaken the "endeadened" masses from their stupor/indifference as we follow you.  Hopefully, some instinctual survival meaningfulness resides within them that can yet be reached. Your mammoth efforts are the major clarion call impeding  their Satanic efforts!!

  9. Barbara C. Green says:

    AND, this chemical crap is melting down and poisoning the water table.  What are YOU drinking now?

  10. KillingUsSoftly says:

    Whenever I feel overwhelmed with the absolute apathy prevalent in our society concerning the damage this culture inflicts on all life I think of Dane and his absolute tireless slog through the dreads of insouciant citizens refusing to awaken, my inspiration thusly renewed. 

    Although we’ve had weeks of 50-70 degree days numerous “snow banks” remain, vestiges of plowing activity. I mention this to people, sadly most wearing face diapers, who glaze into my eyes with indifference or thoughtless excuses about it taking longer to melt because of the concentration. Ha, EXACTLY. Like Dane I am utterly distressed by what I see in the woods near me. I walk with my dog early morning at dawn, it’s eerily quiet, no life sounds except for the occasion frog or goose. Of the few birds remaining most are silent. Just 15 yrs ago the cacophony of their songs were hugely prevalent, kind of around the time just prior to the 4G and WiFi explosion and less spraying.

    So many trees are shedding limbs, wholly from their trunks and larger appendages. Last years leaves still hang on many of these trees. Their barks are ravaged. Today it’s windy and I’ve witnessed 2 large branches falling to the ground from gusts, just out my window in the distance.

    People (formerly known as) approach my maskless face and distance from me while pulling up theirs, not bothering to make eye contact. Often I smile and greet them only to get nothing or a hasty walk by grunt.

    I don’t know how Dane does it, but so long as he does, so will I. Life is way too precious, even In this diabolically inverted paradigm, to simply watch decay.

  11. Stuart says:

    More Geowinds

    Huge container ship which went ground in Suez canal was apparently thrown off course by high winds. Dust from north Africa has been reported in snow in Europe. Dust from Mexico was recently reported in snow which fell in the Rockies.

    Thousands of shipping containers were tossed off ships in the north Pacific past few months.  High winds generated massive waves that churned the area.

    Killer tornadoes again across southern U.S.

    You can bet much of these events were generated by Geoengineering activities. "You can't engineer the weather without making the wind blow".

  12. Jonathan O'Quinn says:

    I empathize with you my friend… my heart aches for the senseless waste of Life taking place. Out here in Eastern NC, we have some very bad hurricanes, and all but two of the once enormous trees that used to live in our yard, the main reason we bought the house (some of them 6-7 feet diameter trunks) have been destroyed by hurricanes.

    Also out here in thr countryside, many people have/had vast tracts of land, with beautiful forests. Time and again though, they are selling off their trees to logging companies, which come in and in a few days, mow down everything that was green and living, leaving behind a scene that looks like like a nuclear bomb went off, seriously. Where will the animals live?

    For those who are Sensitive to Life, it is heartbreaking.

     

     

    • Amy says:

      I see the same death here in Reno, as people seem to want to clear their properties of any and all trees. I have one tree in my backyard and am trying to grow and plant more. The amount of " tree care" companies that have appeared is unprecedented in Reno. It kills me to see all the bird habitat is gone and people are spending so much money to destroy these trees cause it isn't cheap to have them "cared for".

  13. jenna says:

    Dane- I’m so very sorry what has happened to your little piece of paradise:( Just awful.

    Just wanted to tell you that you and the crew did a fantastic job on The Dimming. I will be sharing it with everyone and anyone I come across.

     

    Thank you for all you do.

  14. Tad says:

    Thanks for posting this timely info… ice nucleated seeding/clouds/snow has been an almost daily occurrence for the last 6 to 7 months where I currently live… a small town with 900 residents. Three towering microwave towers rise side-by-side in the center of town… you can literally walk into the junction box feeding these beasts.

    This town lies approx. 35 miles from the Trinity detonation site. I believe Holloman AFB to be a testing ground for this tech, going back many decades.

    I've been working on revamping an old adobe/log hewn home further up in the hills – population 7! This old mining town has been hammered/targeted by two nucleated snowstorms over the last month delaying our move. Yesterday's storm – around 6 inches of "snow" – jumped phases and largely evaporated directly from said snow – bypassing the water/runoff phase. This phenomena has been reported by news stations in Albuquerque. People ARE beginning to take notice and wakeup, but the general apathy is still overwhelming. God bless, Dane!

  15. 'a' simple horseman says:

    Dane, Thank you for sharing the realities of your habitat land. Damn, I can only imagine what you are feeling in your heart. The loss of several great majestic friends is… I don't have the words. I'll bet that was a nice cool spot on a hot day to take a rest. Most of my life I have had a favorite tree that I spent time with. I lost my grand father tree on my property 3 or 4 years. It went up 30 feet and split into two up shoots. It was way over a hundred feet tall. One of those crazy massive wind gusts came up and snapped both up shoots at the same time. And just like your Doug Fir friend, never would have snapped at all if it were in a healthy state of existence. It was amazing to see how your Doug fir snapped clean in half in two places. Not normal for such a large diameter. I've scurried across many a log bridge. I don't recall any of them shattered like your is. Some even were half alive because a portion of the root wad was still in tact. I see it all over my region. Every time a tree gets blown over or fallen from the snow, the root wad tells the story. My heart is heavy for you tonight, Dane. Love and strength for you my friend.

    It was nice to see water flowing in your creek bed, just sayin.

  16. Aaron Coomer says:

    Dane, Thank you for helping Me Connect the Dots on this War on our Planet. I feel your pain Everyday. Thank you Earth Brother for leading the battle on this Insanity. I am Fighting Harder here in Ohio but it seems to get worse everyday. Passing the Dimming to everyone I know and don’t know…….

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