I know what you’re thinking, I must be crazy right? Though plenty of scientists would agree with you, a few companies are touting their ability to create rain from clouds that would normally produce none. This process is barely understood by the scientific community, and has yet to become proven science, nonetheless these devices are being field-trialed around the globe as we speak. Most people are unaware that weather modification by cloud seeding has gone on for years, and even less are aware of this new technology.
Meteo Systems – WeatherTec
WEATHERTEC™ is the new leading-edge technology to secure the future supply of freshwater in many areas of need. It also has other applications to reduce some of the most negative impacts of weather.
- WeatherTec™ uses electrical charge to create attractive forces between particles:
- If supercooled droplets touch certain particles (called contact freezing nuclei) they will freeze instantly into ice particles
- The electric charge caused by WeatherTec™ increases the likelihood that this will occur
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WeatherTec cloud ionizers were used in Abu Dhabi for precipitation enhancement, with claimed results of making it rain over 50 times when forecasters expected no rain. Their system employs radio frequency antennas to emit negatively charged ions which statically charge clouds, increasing water drop size, causing precipitation. An easier way to put it is the antennas create statically charged dust particles in the cloud that attracts water vapor, forming droplets that fall to the ground. Let’s explore the technology and peer reviews:
APPARATUS AND RELATED METHODS FOR WEATHER MODIFICATION BY ELECTRICAL PROCESSES IN THE ATMOSPHERE | Link
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World Intellectual Property Organization – WeatherTec Patent Application
Australian Rain Technologies (ART)
Introducing electrically charged droplets into a naturally occurring cloud will affect the collision probabilities and hence the rate of droplet coalescence to produce raindrops, and depending on the nature of the cloud result in increased rain drop growth. This forms the basis of the ATLANT™ model.
- Initially, negative ions are generated from a corona discharge wire array
- The ions become attached to particles in the atmosphere, which later act as cloud condensation nuclei (CCN);
- The ions are conveyed to the higher atmosphere by wind, atmospheric convection and turbulence;
- The electric charges on these particles are transferred to cloud droplets; and
- The electrostatic forces on droplet interaction aid the coalescence of the cloud droplets. This results in enhanced raindrop growth rate and ultimately increasing rainfall downwind from the Atlant.
New ways to Water – Australian Rain Technologies | Video Link
Neville Fletcher Emeritus Professor of Physics UNE, UNSW, Author The Physics of Clouds | Video Link
Increasing freshwater through rainfall enhancement. Australian Rain Technologies | Video Link
Scientific Review of ATLANT
Field trials of an ionisation technology – World Meteorological Organization
2009 Statistical modelling of rainfall enhancement (ATLANT)
Aquiess Global Rain Project
In 1990’s, MIT’s Atmospheric Laboratory conducted field trials in non-conventional weather modification technologies.
Through further studies, atmospheric researchers developed a theory that identified macro‐scale weather chaos as ‘the key’ to influencing weather. During late 1990′s an independent research team in Australia stumbled on an ‘atmospheric mechanism’ whilst exploring origins of this theory (link). Experimental trials revealed that “small amounts of electromagnetic energy, applied intelligently,” could force change into weather, based on atmospheric sine wave patterns. This research culminated in the development of an atmospheric resonance technology, represented by Aquiess International (aquiess).
Electromagnetic wave forms are utilized to deliver signals toward a target weather system, that may be as remote as beyond the visible horizon. Proprietary technologies which draw upon data from locally applied hardware and software as well as disparate sensors, are deployed to modify the patterns forming ‘oceanic corridors’ that deliver rain. Scientific analysis ofaquiess’ results, shows what is described as ‘resonance technology’, has both a vast reach and incremental scalability.
The core technology and primary IP are protected by treaties and strict security protocols which surround the project. Source: Aquiess: Technology
Aquiess’ gentle soaking rain and micro-weather modification can assist in a range of applications:
- drought mitigation
- flood reduction
- frost avoidance
- hail mitigation
- heat wave mitigation
- wind reduction
aquiess weather modification is based on frequencies that are discoverable, code and algorithms, which can enable (an apparent) direct connectivity between programming operations and atmospheric systems. One commonly accepted analogy to this is the setting up of harmonic waves by soldiers marching on a bridge. If enough soldiers march in-time on a bridge, the bridge will oscillate and could inadvertently destroyed. If a device was produced to remotely ‘deploy’ the same harmonic frequency upon that bridge, it could be physically destroyed without the soldiers. Using this ‘resonance mechanism’ we have been able to demonstrate modification of atmospheric streams of gentle soaking rain. Souce: Aquiess: Theory
Image source: Aquiess RAINAID – African Drought Relief using Electromagnetic Cloud Shifting – (.COM)
Image source: Aquiess RAINAID – Weaving Global Moisture
Images reference: Navy.mil
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Aquiess KTN Interview How it works | Video Link
“… in the US they are trying to modify the ionosphere to get weather changes” Aquiess CEO David Miles Does he mean HAARP?
Read all about Sciblue Inc. here. Image source aquiess.com
Ionogenics (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
US Patent 7965488 – methods of removing aerosols from the atmosphere
Website removed from the internet circa 2004?
The brainchild of a fractious group of Russian emigré’s, the poles and wires are in fact a network of conductors meant to ionize the air. If the technique is done properly, the thinking goes, the natural current between the earth and the ionosphere is amplified, leading — through a mechanism that is not fully understood — to rainfall. There are now 17 such installations in six states in Mexico, and in January, federal government agencies decided to back construction and operation of 19 more by 2006, potentially altering the weather in much of parched north and central Mexico. Meanwhile, by May, ELAT’s competitor Earthwise Technologies Inc., of Mexico City and Dallas, could win the right to establish ionization stations in southwest Texas’s water-starved Webb County, which would make it the first such installation in the United States. Source: Electric Rainmaking Technology Gets Mexico’s Blessing
Images from AMS: Artificial Atmospheric Ionization
More Ionogenics links:
Etheric Rain Engineering
The Electric Sky
World Meteorological Organization statement on Weather Modification
Schemes to Control the Weather Clouded by Failure
Cloud Falls on China’s Claim to Stop Rain
Study Clouds Link Between Pollution and Rain
The World’s Weirdest Weather
The Water Cycle: Water Storage in the Atmosphere
Some Considerations Concerning Effects of Artificially Injected Ions on Aerosol and Cloud Microphysical Processes