NATO Caught Dumping Chem-trails over Australia…
A strange, snake-like image appeared on weather radar in the ocean off the coast of Australia near Rottnest Island Wednesday, baffling meteorologists. Theories as to what could cause such a phenomenon swirled. But now the government is coming forward with an explanation.
Neil Bennett with Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology told ABC News he ruled out the S shape being caused by a cloud or rain echo.
“They don’t take on S shapes and things like that,” he said.
With meteorological causes debunked, some went as far to speculate that it could be a giant sea creature, dubbing it the “Rottnest Monster” or “Rottness Monster,” a play off of the Loch Ness monster.
So what is it?
Thursday a defense spokesman answered inquiries, saying the shape was caused by a training exercise that involved ships and aircraft, The Guardian reported.
The exercise was “designed to prepare a navy warship for an operations deployment,” the spokesman said, adding that “environmental conditions over the West Australian coast at the time of the activity provided a unique opportunity for this routine activity to be visible on the weather radar display.”
Some are saddened — albeit jokingly — that it wasn’t a sea monster.
According to ABC News, the defense spokesman said the activity is ongoing.
Many in the defense community claim that this is just chaff that is commonly used to trick enemy radar so fighter jets and bombers can fly unopposed through enemy territory. Chaff are deploy-able metallic fabric filament that float with the wind and disrupt weather and military radar signals. When chaff is dropped it forms an expanding circle, similar to how a ripple looks on the surface of a calm lake. It starts as a small red blob and then as the chaff is carried outward by the winds the blob grows into a large yellow blob and then disappears.
While NATO might claim that this is another chaff related war games exercise, the signature left behind was not caused by chaff. Many are speculating that it was caused by chem
trails which can and often do get picked up by weather radar. The military used to claim that this was nothing but moisture from jet plane engines, and science has proven that moisture from jet engines evaporates too quickly to show up on weather radar. Once this claim was debunked the military then claimed that its chaff, and yet again science shot down this lie as well. Chaff is always circular in nature, while chem-trails are straight lines.
Posted on February 25, 2014, in Federal Empire and tagged Australian Chem-Trails, Chem-Trails, Chemtrails, Military Chaff, Rottness Monster, Rottnest Monster, Wargames. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.