Monday, October 21, 2019

Many unknowns and possible negativities of cloud seeding

Risks or concerns like unwanted ecological changes, ozone depletion, continued ocean acidification, erratic changes in rainfall patterns, rapid warming if seeding were to be stopped abruptly, airplane effects, to name a few, may just not be bad enough to override the imperative to keep temperatures down.

Messing with the clouds in Mexico?

Volkswagen is reversing course on the use of controversial weather-altering technology at a major Mexican car plant after local farmers complained that the system caused drought by preventing rainfall.

 The German carmaker had installed hail cannons, which fire shockwaves into the atmosphere, at its Puebla site to prevent the formation of ice stones that had been damaging finished vehicles parked outside its facility.

 But local farmers said the devices, which were set to fire automatically under certain weather conditions, caused a drought during the months that should have been Mexico’s rainy season. Gerardo Perez, a farmers’ representative in the area, told the AFP agency that the cannons meant the “sky literally clears and it simply doesn’t rain”. A group of local farmers claimed that 2,000 hectares (5,000 acres) of crops were affected, and filed a suit claiming 70 million pesos (€3.2m) in damages from the carmaker, AFP reported. In response, VW said it would install netting above the cars to protect them from hailstorms in the future.

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Cloud seeding in Texas is massive plus tornados striking without warning in middle of night??? hmmmmmmmmm

China is creating 55 billion tons of artificial rain per year

China has been creating 55 billion tons of artificial rain a year. The country is now embarking on its biggest rainmaking project ever.
China intends to force rainfall and snow over 1.6 million sq km (620,000 sq miles), an area roughly three times the size of Spain.
According to media reports, the government will use new military weather-altering technology developed by the state-owned China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. The country plans to build tens of thousands of combustion chambers on Tibetan mountainsides. The chambers will burn a solid fuel, which will result in a spray of silver iodide billowing towards the sky.

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Saturday, October 5, 2019

Downwind from cloud seeding is producing out of control grey clouds and cold drizzle

The upper Midwest is downwind from a catastrophic, totally uncontrolled, barrage of heavy metal cloud seeding from the states: Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming  and California plus toxic world wide shenanigans from 50 countries or more

Ground water is at risk worldwide for indigenous people like me :)