Perhaps this article should just say they someone is thinking about using planes for the 1st time and describe flying to us . . . As if the U.S. secret govt hasn't been FULLY OPERATIONAL SINCE 1995 and with 100's of WEATHER CONTROL PATENTS on the books! Go back to Dancing with Stars, archived Moon Walks or other fantasy nonsense, nothing to see here. -- AP Thomas P.S. 'search' China or Britain's weather control during Olympics...
by MARGI MURPHY
24th January 2017
CHINA is going to make it rain.
Its government has created a technology that can cause a downpour over an area almost twice the size of France.
A storm brewing in Shanghai, ChinaChina 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.
How can you change the weather?China has a weather machine that it claims will make it rain over an area 1.7 times the size of France.
It’s spending millions on aircraft and chemicals that will be sprayed into the sky.
Those chemicals – typically silver iodide or dry ice – will change the metaphysical make up of the cloud.
This forces it to sleet, rain or even snow artificially, on demand.
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