cloud-seeding

Pollen and clouds: April flowers bring May showers?

The main job of pollen is to help seed the next generation of trees and plants, but a new study from the University of Michigan and Texas A&M shows that the grains might also seed clouds.The unexpected findings demonstrate that these wind-carried capsules of genetic material might have an effect on the planet’s climate. And they highlight a new link between plants and the atmosphere.

A tree that holds pollen grains that Allison Steiner, an associate professor of atmospheric, oceanic and space sciences; and her team of researchers at the University of Michigan believe can seed clouds. When the pollen gets wet from these trees, it breaks down into smaller particles that can hold condensation for cloud formation. Credit: Joseph Xu, Michigan Engineering Communications & Marketing       


Journal reference: Geophysical Research Letters

CLOUD SEEDING

No, this post is not about ‘chemtrails’. Cloudseeding is a real technique, and is used to induce rain or snow in clouds. This is usually achieved by dropping particular particles into clouds that contain supercooled water, to try to cause the clouds to dissipate, modify their structure or alter the intensity of phenomena like wind speed or hail. Cloud seeding can be done by ground generators, plane, or rocket.

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Cloud Seeding: Man-Made Rain

Cloud seeding, a form of weather modification, is the act of attempting to artificially induce or increase precipitation, usually to stave off drought. By dispersing substances into the air that serve as cloud condensation or ice nuclei, cloud seeding is meant to change the amount or type of precipitation that falls from clouds. The most common chemicals used for cloud seeding include silver iodide, potassium iodide and dry ice (solid carbon dioxide). Though the practice started as a fringe science in the 1940s, it entered the mainstream with Operation Popeye, a US military operation to increase rains over Vietnam during the Vietnam War in order to slow Vietnamese military truck activity in the region. While practiced widely around the world—notably at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics—the effectiveness of cloud seeding is still a matter of academic debate. Rainmaking in general has ancient roots and strong cultural significance in many societies around the world, and rain dances and other rituals are still practiced today in areas ranging from Zimbabwe to Slovakia. 

Let’s seed some clouds

There is a potentially awesome storm that may be coming through the Sierra Nevadas and lower California elevations in the next 3 days.
I am asking that anyone that practices magic or does energy work or any type of sorcery or directed intent to please send anything and everything you can to boost this storm system. Even minor flooding is acceptable at this point. We are facing serious shit this summer and beyond which will impact more than just California. Obviously I don’t assume this storm is going to magically solve the issue, but any snow pack and rain we can get right now is better than the none we’ve been having. If you are down to help, Please focus your intent to snow in the mountains. Rain in the valley is cool and will come from the rest, but the snow is important as fuck. 
Thank you, and feel free to contact me if you want to help but are not sure how to do so.

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Kate Bush - Cloudbusting, 1985

A song about Wilhelm Reich told from the point of view of his son, who Kate Bush portrays in this video.  There are chemtrails in this video by the way.  I am learning that geoengineering has been going on for a long time.

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Malaysia resorts to cloud-seeding in hope of clearing smoke over region
Annual illegal burning leads to dangerous drop in air quality, with Indonesia declaring state of emergency, Malaysia shutting schools and thousands falling ill. Cloud-seeding aircraft were meanwhile being deployed in the hope of triggering rain to help clear the smoke, Malaysian authorities said.

Geo-Engineering, a former scifi trope, becomes a reality.

[via Anab Jain])

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Cuba to Use Cloud Seeding to Fight Drought
Cuban researchers are experimenting with cloud seeding in the hope it may provide drought relief in the parched Cauto Basin.

Cuba will begin a project to artificially increase rainfall over drought-parched areas, local media reported Thursday.

According to Cuban newspaper Granma, the country’s National Institute for Hydraulic Resources (INRH) will begin large-scale tests with cloud seeding in September.

Cloud seeding involves bombarding clouds with chemicals that stimulate rainfall. The process is generally considered safe, but the effectiveness of the process is still fiercely disputed internationally.

INRH says preliminary tests in Cuba have shown positive results, and there are hopes the large-scale tests in September will result in tangible benefits for people living in some of the island nation’s driest areas.

The focus of the study will be the Cauto Basin, a region that includes Cuba’s longest river, the Rio Cauto.

Speaking to Granma, INRH’s water infrastructure director Yosmary Gil said researchers would like to see increased rain that boosts the Cauto’s water flow. Gil explained the INRH will know whether the pilot program has been successful within two months.

Cuba is currently facing its driest year on record for over a century. Annual rainfall this year has been even lower than 2004 levels, when the country was gripped by what is now considered one of the worst droughts in the nation’s history.

The drought has also affected other countries across the Caribbean and Central America, amid growing fears over the future of the region’s agricultural sector.

Earlier this month, Cuba’s government began carrying out emergency measures, including trucking emergency water supplies to farmers and remote communities.

The government says it’s willing to do everything necessary to ensure all Cubans have adequete access to water.

Company now offering cloud seeding services to control the weather

Company now offering cloud seeding services to control the weather

It’s no longer a conspiracy theory. The most wealthy and powerful can control regional weather patterns using cloud seeding technology. The sky has literally become a sandbox, a playground, and the world’s elite have access to technology allowing them to use the weather to their advantage.

The controversial practice of cloud seeding to control weather is indeed moving out of the shadows and into…

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Operation Popeye - Chemtrail’s exposed

CLOUD SEEDING:

DURING CLOUD FORMATION WATER CAN BECOME SUPERCOOLED, THAT IS, IT CAN GET BELOW FREEZING POINT BUT REMAIN NOT FROZEN! THIS STAGE IS SO UNSTABLE THAT WE CAN ADD SOME CATALYST MOLECULES TO TRIGGER RAIN. HISTORICALLY HUMANS USED SILVER IODIDE, FROZEN CARBON DIOXIDE AND SOME SALTS TO TRIGGER RAIN. THIS IS KNOWN AS CLOUD SEEDING.

HOWEVER NATURE USES DIFFERENT MATERIAL TO SEED THE CLOUDS. NATURE USES BOTH SEA SALT AND LAND DUST TO TRIGGER RAIN: WIND AT THE SURFACE OF THE SEAS CAUSES WAVES TO ROLL. THOSE WAVES RELEASE AEROSOLS INTO THE AIR CARRYING THE SEA SALT. THE WIND CARRIES BOTH THE SEA SALT AND THE LAND DUST TO THE CLOUDS. THE SEA SALT AND LAND DUST CAUSE THE SUPERCOOLED WATER TO COALESCE AND TRIGGER PRECIPITATION.

[ALLAH SAID IN THE QUR'AN C.15:V.22] “AND WE SEND THE SEEDING WINDS, THEN CAUSE THE RAIN TO DESCEND FROM THE SKY, THEREWITH PROVIDING YOU WITH WATER, THOUGH YOU ARE NOT THE GUARDIANS OF ITS STORES.”

HOW COULD A MAN WHO NEVER RECEIVED ANY EDUCATION FROM PEOPLE AND WAS BORN OVER 1400 YEARS AGO HAVE KNOWN THAT WIND HAS A SEEDING ROLE IN CLOUDS?

“The Light (Feat. Nadine Carina)” by Cloud Seeding // The Light /Single/ (2012)

It’s been a little while since I’ve heard new music from Cloud Seeding, but that’s luckily came to an end with the release of the new single, “The Light”, which features vocals and keyboards from Swiss artist, Nadine Carina. Previously, the band has worked with other vocalists (Marissa Nadler and Greg Hatem) to excellent effect, but here something just clicks - the otherwordly beauty of Carina’s voice connects perfectly with the dark, hypnotic beat creating something as haunting as it is pretty. Highest recommendation for fans of Ombre, Widowspeak, and Marissa Nadler. 

(purchase) “The Light (feat. Nadine Carina)” by Cloud Seeding (via Bandcamp)