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Apr 22, 2021

Scientists think they can control weather with lasers

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A group of researchers in Florida may have found a way to control the weather, through the use of dual lasers.

Mar 29, 2021

Eight States Are Seeding Clouds to Overcome Megadrought

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This is not a page from a science fiction novel. “Cloud seeding” is a real practice—in fact, it’s been around for decades. It’s used today to boost precipitation in at least eight states across the western U.S. and dozens of countries around the world.

But there is little evidence to show that the process is increasing precipitation.

Mar 8, 2021

Nikola Tesla Predicted that the Weather Could Be Controlled and He Was Right

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More than 100 years ago in his autobiography, Nikola Tesla reflected on the first time he had the idea to control the weather. Now, China is spending billions to prove that weather modification is possible.

Tesla wrote:

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Dec 19, 2020

China Is Rolling Out an Enormous “Weather Modification” System

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China wants to be able to control the weather across a broad expanse of the country.

Dec 12, 2020

China eyes advanced ‘weather modification’ tech by 2025

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Weather modification, according to the document, would support: forecasts of disasters such as drought and hailstorms, as well as zoning work in agricultural production areas; normal working plans for regions in need of ecological protection and restoration; and emergency response plans to deal with events such as forest or grassland fires, and unusually high temperature or droughts.

The country’s weather modification efforts would support emergency response plans to deal with events such as drought and hailstorms.

Jan 30, 2020

HAARP: Secret Weapon Used For Weather Modification, Electromagnetic Warfare

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You could use haarp to refreeze the antartica.

This carefully documented article on Weather Warfare was first published by Global Research on August 1, 2010.

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Jul 17, 2019

Regenerative Ecology — Scott Quitel, Founder, LandHealth Institute- ideaXme — Ira Pastor

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Feb 15, 2019

Laser creates clouds over Germany

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Circa 2010

A laser has been used to generate small clouds on demand in lab, and real-world experiments suggest this could be a way to call down rain when it’s needed.

People have experimented with cloud seeding for decades in the hope of boosting rainfall, usually by sprinkling silver iodide crystals into clouds high in the atmosphere.

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Jan 29, 2018

Scientists Just Created Rain and Snow on Demand in Idaho With Cloud Seeding

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The ability to modify the weather has long belonged in the realm of science fiction, but now a team of scientists in Idaho think they’ve figured out how to make it happen outside a lab.

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Oct 23, 2017

Sucking CO2 from the atmosphere could save the planet — but it isn’t cheap

Posted by in categories: business, climatology, environmental, geoengineering, space, sustainability

Should definitely be worked on. Eventually the same stuff could be used to reverse engineer/terraform Venus.

When politicians talk about the Paris Climate Agreement, it’s usually framed in terms of restrictions on emissions for states and businesses. But the Paris Agreement wasn’t just an agreement to regulate — it was also an agreement to innovate. That’s because most experts agree that the world won’t be able to keep global temperature rise below 2 degrees Celsius, unless there’s a way to physically remove CO2 from the atmosphere.

A Swiss startup called Climeworks has made that their goal, developing the most advanced carbon-capture technology to date. VICE News went to Switzerland to see how the technology works and hear how the business plans to tackle climate change. Problem is, what Climeworks is doing isn’t cheap.

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