Man Made Climate Change Truth
Man Made Climate Change Truth is that Weather Modification has been taking place for over a half century. The only way to tax and therefore penalize the humans is to blame pollution from consumption of manufactured goods, while at the same time blocking any knowledge of what is commonly called “chemtrails”.
Today, at least 52 countries across the globe are using some sort of weather modification program, though on localized scales. Ultimately, the technology has been around for more than 75 years, but new advancements are increasing our power and abilities, opening up new avenues and ways to control the planet’s weather systems.
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Cloud seeding is a form of weather modification that results in rainmaking. It involves manipulating clouds to produce more rain or snow, or even smaller hail pellets.
To achieve this result, chemicals such as silver iodide, potassium iodide, or solid carbon dioxide (dry ice) are shot into clouds by rockets or sprayed into clouds using drones or aircraft. The entire point behind cloud seeding is to create rain in regions that are most affected by droughts. And it works too! In 2015, cloud seeding increased the local rainfall in Texas by about 34%. However, that’s not all cloud seeding does.
Cloud seeding can increase rainfall by 30 to 35 percent in a clear atmosphere. It can also clear fogs to improve visibility and reduce the size of hail and prevent hailstorms.
This may sound like an exciting development but it does come with its fair share of risks. In this video, we explore the advantages and disadvantages of cloud seeding and even look at some instances of cloud seeding gone wrong. If you are curious about geoengineering in action, then do not miss this video.
Would geoengineering end climate change or kill Earth?
Geoengineering is a type of advanced environmental engineering that brings together science and technology to try to undo some of the harm we have caused to the planet. It consists of a variety of techniques from cloud seeding to stratospheric aerosol injection.
Geoengineering when put in practice seems straight out of a science fiction movie. But it is indeed happening today. For instance, the United Arab Emirates is currently using drones to create artificial rain.