I'm pretty sure NZ isn't short of rain, as a rule (although apparently there are drought conditions in places at the moment?)It is not banned - but it is also not done - it would have to be approved specifically.
In December 2010, I was severely criticised (by the chemtrail community) for accurately identifying an aerodynamic contrail from a large USAF C17 turboprop over Dunedin on its way from Christchurch to McMurdo Station, Antarctica.b****r...mumble...grrr......why yes Mick....you are correct....mumble......
Aerodynamic contrails are formed when humid air passes over the wing and loses pressure, cooling to the point that moisture condenses out. This can occur across the whole wingspan at once and often results in a broad rainbow coming from the rear edge of the wing. It is relatively rare, but can occur at any altitude.
In December 2010, I was severely criticised (by the chemtrail community) for accurately identifying an aerodynamic contrail from a large USAF C17 turboprop over Dunedin on its way from Christchurch to McMurdo Station, Antarctica.
Otago Daily Times: Clouded in Mystery
Northland Chemtrails: MetService’s Ross Marsden Misinforms the Otago Daily Times About true nature of mystery cloud?
Northland Chemtrails (again): Otago Daily Times Educates Its Readers About Chemtrails (in letters to the editor, print version)
Ha ha - she's knows Ross well - search on her site for his name - you'll find she is non-to-complimentary!!
I assume that Phillipa is feeling like the "meat in the sandwich" here and is probably wondering who and/or what to believe, so if anyone else would like to contact her to help provide some clarity, this is her email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks very much. I'll see how much space we have in the letters page
and the balance of letters on this topic; certainly it would be good to
at least include the links you've sent. I'll also forward your email on
to Erin Evis, author of the article.
As to publishing another article on the topic looking at some of the
things you've mentioned, I will have a think about it. Space is always
at a premium and the next two issues of Organic NZ are pretty much
mapped out in terms of feature articles. A letter to the editor from you
(or someone else with similar views and information) would allow this
information to be published more quickly.
Kind regards, Philippa