reply to post by Agent_USA_Supporter
Psh fake snow? It snows in Atlanta, and they tell us the snow isn't real? Sorry Atlanta and the south, you can't make it home from work in 2" of snow
and I feel bad for you. It snowed 3" OMW HOME the other night here in PA, didn't have any trouble. This snow is real, I tried to melt our PA snow and
guess what, same as in the videos.
1) Snow is frozen water, fire is hot, water evaporates. If it was "plastic" or whatever anyone wants to randomly throw out there then why were my
hands wet when it melted doing the experiment? My body heat can melt this into water, the salt on our roads melted it into water, the temps being up
to 35f yesterday made it start turning into water. So there for the flame is only evaporating it.
2) It turns black, and smells bad while holding a lighter to it. Well, from the first video I saw, a black woman in Atlanta freaking out about this,
but her and her house came off to me as a non-smoking residence. She used a long lighter like someone would use to light candles, and a BBQ grill.
Those are the worst for soot, but even a Bic or Zippo creates soot. It also leaves behind an unpleasant smell.
3) So in my experience living in PA my entire life, this is real snow, it didn't drip when flame applied because ice just evaporated, and the black
residue and bad odor came from people holding an open butane flame to something white. Take a lighter to something glass and hand held, hold it
underneath, and watch the glass turn black, then just wipe it away and glass will be clean again.
I missed not getting the winter season as we used to over 10 years ago, this is winter, and how winter is supposed to be. Cold, Snow, and beautiful
scenery. No conspiracy, move along.
(Now after watching the video I realize I was wrong, water is absorbed into the snow, not evaporated. At least my partially wrong explanation was
realistic. PS: Go home Atlanta, you're drunk and sleep deprived)
edit on 2/6/14 by SixX18 because: (no reason given)