Published January 24, 2017
China is controlling the weather and will soon make it rain over an area twice the size of FRANCE
Its government has created a technology that can cause a downpour over an area almost twice the size of France.
Test of climate tech follows years of bizarre rumours that China might be mucking around with the world’s weather
China is spending £138million on the new initiative to solve the drought in its northwestern provinces, according to the South China Morning Post.
It’s sending airplanes to spray chemicals like dry ice and silver iodide across the sky to create more rainfall in a technique called cloud seeding.
The China Meteorological Administration expects rainfall and snow to be increased over 960,000 sq km as a result.