January 29, 2014

[UPDATED Rebuttal] What is With The Snow From the Recent Storm - Solar Vortex?

[Updated with rebuttal] Why are people reporting attempts at melting snow results in a burnt sample that smells like chemicals?

January 29, 2014

Andrew Pontbriand

LAST UPDATE: 3:45PM - Explanation (Bottom)

There is no doubt in many minds that there is some sort of geo-engineering going on across the Nation, and around the world. What we do not know, is the specifics behind it and what the purpose is.

We do know though, that the strongest military weapon a military could posses is one that can manipulate the weather at will.

Snow Across Country Appears to be Burning and Causing Odor

People across the country have recently began posting videos and photo's all over the internet of "burning" snow, that does not just melt away. Some people are even saying the snow has an odor to it that "smells like chemicals", according to one man from the Jersey area.

As of right now, it is not known (by me) what is causing this. I live in New England, and the snow that has been here for about a week just reacts "normally" to a flame. I am not a scientist, and do not pretend to be.

If anyone has pictures or videos that they would like to send me, or if anyone has an explanation they could offer, please send them to: writers.resistancejournals@gmail.com

Below are some of the pictures and testimony of people who commented on a Facebook post I made, along with posts of this "chem-snow".

Facebook: Sully Madden

Here is One Video by
: Jeff Burgos

Here is a Video recently posted on my Facebook page: Snow

Recent submission of a Facebook post here


In the above section of this article, I offered my e-mail address to anyone with photos, videos, or an explanation to what they think is accurate. Based on with what is available for data, we will presented what was sent to us that may explain SOME of what we're seeing. - We do not agree or disagree with what is posted below, we are posting for viewers to judge and/or analyze on their own.

(Furthermore we are not saying this explains everything, and agree with the premise of chemicals/heavy metals could be present; and we encourage everyone with non-contaminated samples to test)

From: Before It's News - Lyn Leahz

If you saw my previous post HERE, or others like it (there are many), I have some information that might surprise you.

Well, I did some in-depth research, and I am happy to tell everyone who is hearing these reports (including my previous post) of ‘snow that won’t melt when heated’ and ‘snow that turns black when heated’—it’s perfectly normal!
If you live in an area with higher emissions of black carbon in your air, the snow will turn black when you heat it. (WIKI) (There is a ton of information here, I highly advise you to check it out!)

In climatology black carbon or BC is a climate forcing agent formed through the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels, biofuel, and biomass, and is emitted in both anthropogenic and naturally occurring soot. It consists of pure carbon in several linked forms. Black carbon warms the Earth by absorbing heat in the atmosphere and by reducing albedo, the ability to reflect sunlight, when deposited on snow and ice. Black carbon stays in the atmosphere for only several days to weeks, whereas carbon dioxide (CO2) has an atmospheric lifetime of more than 100 years.[1] The term black carbon is also used in soil sciences and geology, referring either to deposited atmospheric BC or to directly incorporated BC from vegetation fires.[2][3] Especially for the tropics, BC in soils significantly contributes to fertility as it is able to absorb important plant nutrients.

When black carbon is burned, even if you didn’t have enough to turn your snow black, as in my case, it will smell like burning plastic or burning chemicals.

What’s more, if you burn the snow with an open flame, it will vaporize. This is called SUBLIMATION.

Sublimation is the transition of a substance directly from the solid to the gas phase without passing through an intermediate liquid phase. Sublimation is an endothermic phase transition that occurs at temperatures and pressures below a substance’s triple point in its phase diagram. The reverse process of sublimation is desublimation, or deposition.
At normal pressures, most chemical compounds and elements possess three different states at different temperatures. In these cases, the transition from the solid to the gaseous state requires an intermediate liquid state. Note, however, that the pressure referred to here is the partial pressure of the substance, not the total (e.g., atmospheric) pressure of the entire system. So, all solids that possess an appreciable vapor pressure at a certain temperature usually can sublimate in air (e.g., water ice just below 0 °C). For some substances, such as carbon and arsenic, sublimation is much easier than evaporation from the melt, because the pressure of their triple point is very high, and it is difficult to obtain them as liquids.
Sublimation requires additional energy and is an endothermic change. The enthalpy of sublimation (also called heat of sublimation) can be calculated as the enthalpy of fusion plus the enthalpy of vaporizationREAD MORE HERE

There is no doubt that the snow is loaded with chemicals because of Fukushima and chemtrails; however, this is definitely NOT the cause for the snow not creating liquid when burned, or the black material created upon the burning of the snow. It is very normal—sublimation (vaporizing) and Black Carbon Soot!

Andrew Pontbriand is an Activist, Researcher
, Contributor at Activist Post, and Writer/Editor of  The Resistance JournalsLike his Facebook Page here, and follow him on Twitter - @ResistJourn25

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