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What the Heck is Going on With Snow Refusing to Melt, is it a Hoax or Real?Tim King Salem-News.com
Heated snow leaves no distinct water or visible moisture...
(SALEM) - A number of YouTube users are posting video of what they say, is snow that will not melt. I am watching the videos that are being added online and it is starting to pique my curiosity.
The first video I watched out of Georgia, had a distinctive cut in the video that would technically, have allowed the reported snowball to be replaced. The individual puts flame to what they say is snow, and it does not melt. In fact it turns black and reportedly smelled like plastic. The people making the video reference "chemtrails" and then make a statement that "they can't be discussed" which makes it both suspicious and silly.
Following this first video, others began to post similar recordings. One, which looks exactly like real snow, does melt when heat is applied, though there is a distinct lack of water or any type of visible moisture, which seems to lend credence to the idea that something isn't right.
Chemtrails seem to be the common thought with most of the recordings and they are an absolute fact. Exactly what these thin white clouds that blossom into large clouds that blot out the sun are, remains unexplained, though many theories exist and some credible information as well. Personally, I am still having a hard time believing that snow gathered from outside is turning black and failing to melt. I have serious questions about the plastic smell as well. But the more I watch, the more my curiosity grows.
I think we need to keep watching what comes online. I suggest to those videotaping these snow melting experiments, that they gather the snow and keep their cameras rolling, keep the snow in the frame and let it roll, convince the world that something is taking place by videotaping with maximum credibility.
The folks at beforeitsnews.com did an experiment and I am posting that below. In this case, the snow does not turn black and it does appear to remain resilient under flame. It does fail to leave behind a significant amount of water. I suggest we keep our eye on this one.
Please feel free to leave your impressions below in our comment section.
This next video from Canada shows the snow melting as expected:
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