California Desiccation: Setting the Stage for Rampant Fires

Longtime residents of Southern California (USA) may remember when in the fall and early winter wave after wave of rain clouds would move in from the Pacific Ocean and bring rain. But in recent years, at least since the re-election of Barack Obama, spray-jets have filled the skies with particulate matter on a near-daily basis. Persistent aerial spraying of particulate matter into the regions where clouds form inhibits rainfall and causes drought. When rain was forecast in the offing, the spray-jets would intensify efforts, not only over land, but massive particulate-spraying over the easternmost Pacific Ocean. The clear intent is to block and deflect the ocean-formed rainclouds from reaching California. This is clearly shown below in the satellite view of Southern California taken on December 11, 2017.

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