China building artificial rain network to increase rainfall


China is preparing the biggest weather manipulation system the world has ever seen. In an article from Singularity Hub, the Chinese will use the momentous project to generate artificial rain throughout the region of Tibet.

The artificial rain network will consist of tens of thousands of solid fuel burners on the ground. They will fill the air with silver iodide, a chemical used in cloud seeding that causes water to condense and fall as rain or snow.

The burners will be supported by artillery, drones, and planes that will add their payloads to the seeding operations.

The entire network will be directed by a constellation of weather satellites over the Indian Ocean. They will get real-time data on the annual monsoon winds from the ocean that bring plenty of precipitation to the Tibetan plateau every year so that the timing of the cloud seeding goes right.

An anonymous scientist involved with the project shared that 500 burning chambers have already been built. When completed, the network will cover an area of 620,000 square miles (1.6 million sq. km) – more than twice the size of Texas. (Related: Geoengineering may destroy us all: Hysterical climate change scientists now trying to DIM the sun through planned atmospheric pollution.)

China plans to boost rainfall in Tibet through massive cloud seeding

The objective of this gargantuan system is to increase rainfall in the region as much as 10 billion cubic meters. The additional water will be used to sate China’s increasingly huge thirst for water. Even this massive amount will only account for seven percent of the country’s annual water consumption.

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Tibet is an important source of water for the surrounding countries. Experts predict that it will undergo severe droughts in the near future.

China has high hopes for the success of its huge project. It has been experimenting with various means of controlling the weather in order to provide water and improve air quality.

One of its ideas is the Sky River project. The idea calls for evaporating water and sending the vapor to China’s dry northern provinces through northwards-bound air currents.

Another weather manipulation proposal is intended to fight the air pollution that chokes many Chinese cities. Sprinkler systems will be mounted on skyscrapers and spray water into the air. The water would hopefully absorb noxious gases and toxins, therefore reducing toxic smog.

The world’s biggest artificial rain project is currently waiting for final approval. It is already causing concern for other Chinese regions and China’s neighbors.

Weather manipulation in “Asia’s water tower” could have disastrous repercussions

People fear that the additional rainfall in Tibet would mean less rain for other areas in Asia. Furthermore, Tibet is Asia’s “water tower,” an important source of water for areas inside and outside China’s borders.

It contains the headwaters of important rivers like the Brahmaputra, Huang He, Mekong, and Yangtze. Increasing the rainfall in this region from where so many important rivers originate could affect the water flow of those rivers.

Weather manipulation is an unproven and potentially dangerous technology. Yet China is just one of the 56 countries that run weather manipulation programs as of 2016.

“I am skeptical about the amount of rainfall they can produce,” says Ma Qeiqiang, a member of the Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, regarding the viability of the chambers to affect the weather. “A weather system can be huge. It can make all human efforts look vain.”

Other researchers, like University of Wyoming (UW) professor Bart Geerts, are all for China playing God and taming the unpredictable weather.

“Even a ten percent increase in rainfall or snowfall may be worth the expense,” Geerts argues.

Find out the potential dangers of widespread climate manipulation at WeatherTerrorism.com.

Sources include:

SingularityHub.com

SCMP.com



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