It’s no secret that the U.S., Russia and other nations have been testing/implementing weather control technologies utilizing HAARP arrays and/or chemical seeding of the skies for years.
It could just be a cyclical event, but with droughts destroying crops the world over and thousands of heat records being broken this summer, the notion that the globe’s climate is in a significant shift is becoming all the more real.
It’s so hot this summer, in fact, that researchers report Greenland’s ice caps have melted at a record pace. The image below is a before and after satellite photo, with the white area being ice cover and red indicating ice melt.
What’s most intriguing is that the satellite pictures were taken just four (4) days apart and depict a 97% rate of thawing across the Greenland ice sheet:
The surface of Greenland’s massive ice sheet has melted this month over an unusually large area, Nasa has said.
Scientists said the “unprecedented” melting took place over a larger area than has been detected in three decades of satellite observation.
Melting even occurred at Greenland’s coldest and highest place, Summit station.
The thawed ice area jumped from 40% of the ice sheet to 97% in just four days from 8 July.
Although about half of Greenland’s ice sheet normally sees surface melting over the summer months, the speed and scale of this year’s thaw surprised scientists, who described the phenomenon as “extraordinary”.
Nasa said that nearly the entire ice cover of Greenland, from its thin, low-lying coastal edges to its centre, which is 3km (two miles) thick, experienced some degree of melting at its surface.
Until now, the most extensive melting seen by satellites in the past three decades was about 55% of the area.
According to ice core records, such pronounced melting at Summit station and across the ice sheet has not occurred since 1889.
Is it a normal part of the climate cycle – or something more sinister like weather control at play?
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