March 16, 2022 | ZeroGeoengineering |
The weather modification process known as ‘cloud seeding’ has origins in environmental warfare, by dispersing chemicals into clouds to manipulate the weather and climate.
A 2010 study found that cloud seeding is not ‘effective’ in precipitation enhancement. Other academic findings conclude that ‘cloud seeding’ can cause flooding and drought and “the radiative effects of aerosols on clouds mostly act to suppress precipitation.” Since there is no regulatory prohibition or applied ethics to prevent weather manipulation, these types of reckless schemes continue causing harm to human health and our environment.
‘Cloud seeding’ has been ongoing in USA states since the 1940’s, resulting in the accumulation of silver iodide (a combustable agent), dry ice ( CO2 ), and other toxic elements that contaminate the trees and soil while fueling explosive fires that have devastated communities.
“Let it snow! Scientists are seeding clouds to encourage snowfall in a bid to tackle the ongoing drought in the western states
- Cloud seeding involves putting chemicals in a cloud to increase rain and snow
- Doing so over mountainous regions increases snow held over the winter
- Then when Spring arrives, this melts and fills up reservoirs, lakes and rivers
- Experts from Wyoming have flown 28 missions to seed clouds this year so far
In a bid to tackle the ongoing drought in the western U.S., a team of scientists are seeding clouds over mountains to try and make it snow more often.
The Western states are locked in the worst drought in 1,200 years, putting 61 per cent of the contiguous U.S. under water shortages and dry conditions.
There are a number of efforts designed to tackle this, including covering waterways with solar panels in California – but another way is to try and make it snow.
The concept of cloud seeding, where chemicals are put into clouds to encourage snow and rain droplet formation, has been in use since the 1940s.
It is a common practice in China, and due to the ongoing drought, has become more common within the U.S., particularly Utah and North Dakota where seeding has been going on for nearly five decades.”
Stratospheric Aerosol Injection (SAI) Geoengineering
CIA Director John O.Brennan Speaks at the Council on Foreign Relations
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