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Published footage of the rounds of the world: Snow in Texas fake and thrown by Bill Gates

Published footage of the rounds of the world: Snow in Texas fake and thrown by

An unusual new conspiracy theory has spread across the internet as Texas is facing a severe winter storm. Viral videos on TikTok showed that some users seemed confused by the properties of the snow that covered the state last week, claiming it was "manufactured" and smelled "like plastic" when heated. A video shows a young Texan woman trying to melt a snowball with a candle but the snowball she carries is ignited by the candle flame but does not melt immediately.

"The snow must melt," he said. I do not think this is snow. "I think this is snow produced," says the woman. She continues to hold a snowball over a hair dryer in another video.

Another theory says that Bill Gates is related to the "fake snow" in the southern US state. Conspiracy theorists have linked the winter storm to SCoPEx, a Gates-funded Harvard research group that is looking at the sustainability of using solar geoengineering to combat the effects of climate change. According to a fact check by USA Today, the process of hot snow that does not seem to be dripping is explained by "sublimation". Sublimation is a process similar to evaporation, occurring when a solid body becomes gaseous, without first becoming liquid. Strange conspiracy theories come as extreme weather left dozens dead and others face super expensive energy bills just to stay alive .