posted on Feb, 1 2014 @ 07:02 AM
reply to post by OccamsRazor04
I live in south Cali desert area and we don't get much snow unless your in the mountains, so if we want to enjoy snow we have to take a 45 min drive.
My point is, I've went on YouTube (obviously not credible), and seen these videos.
My first point is the claim that the snow doesn't melt, ok fine. My question to this point is, if the snow doesn't melt does the clothing closest
to the ground, get wet? I only ask because I've played in snow before and specifically remember afterward changing clothes because of how wet they
were. Ok, so I'm fine with the theory that the snow goes from solid to gas, but what snow naturally does that? Every single time It's snowed around
here the snow melts and we have to deal with a lot of sludge and cold water floods. I'm not saying this hasn't happened in the east but I have t
seen it. Hmmm and what about these "crazy people" putting a flame to the snow? My question to that is, who here hasn't put a flame to a snow man
for sh*ts and giggles? (excuse my French) I know I did it the first chance I got as a child, well a teen. Ok my big question about this snow is, what
about the CHEMICAL smell from the burning? We've all taken science and one of the first things we learned was about chemical reactions, and thats
what it seems like to me when the snow is burned. I'm horrible with links but I saw a vid of a guy that melted the snow in a pot and fed it through
a brita filter and was disgusted at what I saw, I'm horrible with links,otherwise I would of linked the vid. but in the vid,the end result was water
with a white film floating at the top. I will end my judgements with this, to me, This is NOT real snow.
I think the question that really needs to be asked is if this is generic weather we're having what is the motive?
My answer to that is population control,
Remember what happened with Katrina?
In the words of Johnny storm
"Now imagine that EVERYWHERE"