posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 01:18 AM
Alright guys, a friend of mine posted a video on facebook within the passed hour that lead to a lot of us all across the state taking a closer look at
the snow. The video (it's private or i'd share) shows him taking a ball of snow and holding a lighter to it. But what happened next is what had us
all talking. The snow wouldn't met. Not only would the snow not melt, but it turned black and smelled like chemicals. Of course I decided to go and
try it on my own. I live way on the outskirts of the city. I went outside and got a cup of snow. The snow right now is a very fine powder, so I
compressed it into a ball. Next, I held a regular Bic lighter up to the snow to see the results. I was surprised to get the exact same results. The
snow just would not melt. It turned black and the smell was disgusting, a VERY obvious chemical smell. I still have the ball sitting next to me on a
napkin. It's between 80 and 85 degrees inside my house, the 1x1 inch ball of snow has been sitting on my desk for the last hour, and hasn't melted
at all. It's just sitting there. Anyone else had an experience like this before? What do you think it could be? Chemtrails? Some of us were wondering
if the evaporated water from the WV chemical spill a few hours away could be in the rain and snow.
If you have snow on the ground in your city right now, go try it out for yourself.