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No Longer Conspiracy Goyim: Chinese Government Announces Plans To Geo-engineer and Control Weather Reader 05/15/2018 (Tue) 19:25:48 Id: 6d7dbf [Preview] No. 8376
RELATED: http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/links-to-geoengineering-patents/

IT has the money. It has the manpower. It has the political will.

China is setting forth to change the weather.

According to Chinese media, the state-owned Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation of China has begun to turn just such a plan into reality.

It’s starting work on producing thousands of rainmaking machines. These will be scattered across the Himalayan Tibetan Plateau.

Each machine is supposed to be able to seed the sky in such a way as to produce a 5km-long storm-cloud on-demand. Put together, the weather-making array is intended to irrigate 1.6 million square kilometres with 10 billion cubic centimetres of water each year. That’s about the size of New South Wales and Victoria combined.

They’ve done it before, on a smaller scale.

For the 2008 Beijing Olympics, $40 million was spent firing chemical pellets into the clouds. This compelled the clouds to rain early, before they could burst above the games.

Now, Beijing is upscaling the idea. Enormously.

The project involves activating pre-positioned machines to project a fine dust of silver iodide into the sky. The machines are positioned next to known updrafts, lifting the particles high into the atmosphere.

Once among the more humid air currents, the fine grains cause water to condense about themselves. Thus raindrops are seeded. And clouds form where there would have been none.

The motive? Climate change is bringing reduced rainfalls to vital cropland.

For the same reason, some 52 countries are exploring similar technologies. But none on a scale remotely approaching that of this new Chinese project.

But such a project is likely to have fallout.

Particularly, much of the rain which would once have fallen on Pakistan, India and Nepal may no longer get so far.

https://archive.fo/jjsQ4
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/technology/china-will-control-its-weather-through-building-thousands-of-rainseeding-machines/news-story/18ce7bb1ce39ba66baa6ec01d6c51aa2?nk=155830a4319c0fd39d675fbb34ccbc3e-1526411816


Reader 05/15/2018 (Tue) 19:30:12 Id: 064f2b [Preview] No.8378 del
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Quit saying "Goyim". It's making you look like a jew.


Reader 05/15/2018 (Tue) 19:49:47 Id: 6d7dbf [Preview] No.8379 del
>>8378
"Goyim" is the Jew slang for cattle and I use it to exemplify an irony in which the masses of sheeple have unfortunately been acting as portrayed, particularly those whom deny reality/facts and who write everything off as "conspiracy." Its just my way of denouncing their own ignorance and rubbing it into their faces. Don't take offense to it, I am no Jew. I only wish to wake up people to what is really going on in the world. Sometimes it takes unconventional methods to do so.


Reader 05/15/2018 (Tue) 20:01:27 Id: 064f2b [Preview] No.8380 del
>>8379
I know what it means. Doesn't mean you need to go for the LARP.



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