Being a close observer of our environment and various strange phenomena that fall from the skies these days, I observed and collected these dandelion looking samples on 23 December 2015. I had seen them several times on previous occasions over 2015 and wondered about them as they look artificial. Why I believe they’re fake is firstly they look synthetic & unlike a real dandelion seed. They had, to me, the appearance of synthetic dacron padding. They are clumped like dandelion seed parachutes but there is no seed. Secondly they’ve come down with the long filaments that attach to my clothes line & fences most days or that carpet the ground. (People are seeing these world wide, see here for videos). Thirdly they aren’t coming down daily as you’d expect with something natural, instead they appear in one smallish window of time & that’s it. Lastly, when collecting these specimens my face itched. As often happens when this kind of stuff including the filaments fall. Some of it’s near invisible so you can’t even avoid it. Ok, short of a lab test I can’t prove this but I suspect they’re fake. So I’ve burned them, along with real dandelion samples and as you will see, the fake looking ones do indeed appear to be fake by the way they responded to flame, igniting and vanishing with no trace. The real ones were hard to set light and left ash.
I posted this find here at the contrail initially for discussion. There are some interesting thoughts there from people experienced in this field including links and excerpts. There are also sightings by other people from various forums and Youtube. Please click on the contrail link to read. (If there is anything of yours you object to being there please let me know & I will take it down).
The video here demonstrates how both the original samples and a real dandelion responded to flame. Very interesting results.
Chemwebs are Phthalate Endocrine Disruptors, French Scientist, 2014
Chemwebs Are Not Spider Webs, SCIENTIFIC PROOF, 1 24 2016
VIDEOS OF WEB AND FILAMENT SIGHTINGS & EVIDENCE OF GEOENGINEERING IN THE RANGITIKEI AND PALMERSTON NORTH: