Red sky at night – everybody’s warning
Here we simply wanted to show some extraordinary images from late last year and think about the what they mean. To most they are simply beautiful, but to the trained eye, they are evidence of Climate Engineering. We have also included a Youtube film further down the page from an American researcher that sheds some light on what it is that might be making these fake clouds reflect light in this way.
Taken in the Oxford area but reported throughout the West and South West, this sky was so unusual it was featured in various newspapers and online news pages. Unsurprisingly the public were quite alarmed by it and phoned media channels in droves.
Of course The MET Office made light of it trotting off some nonsense about pressure and dust causing refraction blah, blah, but this sky reveals that on most evenings, the cloud we see in our skies is far from natural. Their explanation, taken from this report from the Get Reading website, was that “the colour change was caused by high pressure in the atmosphere which trapped dust and small particles and scattered the blue light, leaving only the red light“.
Err, high pressure in the atmosphere trapping dust and small particles.? It is a huge great bank of fake cloud and clearly has nothing to do with dust at all, and even if there was a lot of dust in the atmosphere how does pressure trap it? Their ludicrous explanation is typical of the increasingly desperate responses we get from them about all the strange new things we see. We actually feel sorry for the young operators on the weather desk as they try to repeat all the nonsense they are told by the so-called scientists that run the place. They stumble through complex sounding explanations that make little sense and when you question them on those nonsensical parts they stutter that they are not the best people to ask, but the problem is we are not allowed to speak to the best people to ask. The MET Office do not allow access to meteorologists. We have tried on numerous occasions to speak with them and they simply refuse. We think that says a lot about what type of organisation it has become. We intend to do an article on The MET Office as a whole with loads of jaw dropping conversation we have recorded with their staff as they fudge answers to our questions. It is also important to note that the MET are covered by the Official Secrets Act and every single employee, including the poor young things that answer the phone are forced to sign it.
Now if the MET were simply a place inhabited by affable boffins trying to understand the weather as best they could so they forecast more accurately there really would be no need for that level of secrecy. More on that soon, but let’s get back to clouds, or more precisely cloud-like formations
How do we know it is chemically induced
To the trained eye, all fake cloud is immediately obvious simply by its appearance. In this case there are 3 basic features that give the game away. Density, the resulting fragility, and the colour.
All chemically induced clouds form in thin layers. This particular one is produced by aircraft fitted with the 3-pipe aerosol delivery systems, the persistent trails which spread. Here is an example of this process in action.
They are always very thin formations. It is unclear exactly how they form, meaing if moisture is part of the process or not and what substances are used but some important clues are given in the film in the Evidence paragraph further down the page. Certainly natural clouds cannot produce that sort of vivid reflection/refraction, and cannot maintain such a uniformly thin layer. This in turn leads to the formations being quite fragile. If an aircraft flies through a natural cloud it has absolutely no visible effect whatsoever. If, however, we see an aircraft fly through this type of induced cloud layer it disrupts it and the formation seems to collapse.
In the image above we see the path of an aircraft that passed though this bank of cloud and has left a trail of “collapsed” cloud. We see many examples of this phenomena. On other occasions we can see large holes suddenly appear in a thin cloud bank as the formation has simply collapsed naturally. It is not understood what causes this to happen. Natural cloud does not collapse. You don’t need to be a meteorologist to work out that this is far from normal.
Rare but quite common
There are endless pages such as this that have been set up to try to fool the public into thinking this stuff is all normal. As always we hear that familiar lie these rare formations… but they are not rare at all, in fact we see them all the time if we actually take the time to look at the sky. All of this type of chemically induced cloud, which is most of the cloud we see nowadays, suffers from this when aircraft fly through them.
This phenomenon is known officially as a Punch Hole. The first image in the gallery below (all taken from assorted internet pages) is a good example of the refraction process occurring in the part of the cloud that has collapsed. It may be the case that because the collapsed section returns to its aerosolised state, meaning individual particles rather than a cloud formation, then we see the entire spectrum refracting through those particles as we do in rainbow clouds, which are essentially the same thing but unformed.
Rainbow or fire cloud, another supposedly rare but actually very common phenomenon,shows this property very clearly. Moisture or nbatural cloud do not refract light in this way. They never have and never will so this is new, and not natural at all. Even more worrying is the fact that if one looks at the sun or moon through UV lenses [obvious safety warming in place when looking at the sun] we see the exact same refraction pattern when looking at this type of cloud, so we can safely say that Rainbow clouds and this think layer of fake cloud that covers our sky on most days is made from the same stuff.
Here is a very interesting film that posits that what we are looking at here is Aluminium tipped fiberglass particles. We can’t confirm the science but it is very convincing. Ignore the religious nonsense and focus on the information. There are some great images in there too which match exactly what we are seeing here in the UK.
So onto the general point of the title of this article. What we see here is an everyday occurrence insofar as most evenings, even on days which start off apparently sunny, we end up with sky covered in thin cloud. This obviously has the effect of trapping heat and therein lies the very crux of what we are witnessing in our skies. If our sky is covered in clouds virtually every day then our atmosphere will warm. We were bombarded with headlines almost on a daily basis in November and December 2015 about how the temperatures were unseasonably high, but we don’t recall reading any headlines that mentioned clouds or aviation.