Every cloud has a silver lining.
Governments programs researching control of global winds and rainfall management are shortly to be announced. Budget estimates will follow.
Theyve been doing that forever, all you have to do is drop some silver iodide crystals into the clouds, and it will "encourage" it to rain.
The cloud-seeding method generally used in the winter and the one used in Denver involves ground-based generators set at high elevations that are literally fired up to release plumes containing silver iodide crystals into storm clouds with temperatures roughly between 7 and 25 degrees Fahrenheit. When water vapor or droplets attach to the silver iodide crystal, latent heat is also released, and it increases cloud size and the duration of storms.
Wonder what contribution H.A.A.R.P. will make to weather/wind control...see "Angels don't play this haarp"
Maybe they could kick up the winds in Iraq and bury them in a sand storm...after the troops return of course
Get those wind turbines humming http://www.fancysplace.com/smileys/swirl.gif
Last edited by Prushka; 05-17-2004 at 04:50 PM.
Oh.. I'd assumed the silver content occured naturally.
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