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Mainstream Media Confirms Long-Time ‘Conspiracy Theory’

How many times have we been told weather modification was a ‘conspiracy theory?’

They can’t alter the weather to make it rain, snow, etc.

That’s just a myth.

It’s the result of ‘climate change.’

Yeah, sure!

One aspect of weather modification is “cloud seeding.”

Cloud seeding is a weather modification technique utilized to increase precipitation.

From Wikipedia:

Cloud seeding entails spraying small particles, such as silver iodide, onto clouds to attempt to affect their development, usually with the goal of increasing precipitation. Cloud seeding only works to the extent that there is already water vapor present in the air. Critics generally contend that claimed successes occur in conditions which were going to lead to rain anyway. It is used in a variety of drought-prone countries, including the United States, China, India, and Russia. In China there is a perceived dependency upon it in dry regions, and there is a strong suspicion it is used to “wash the air” in dry and heavily polluted places, such as Beijing. In mountainous areas of the United States such as the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada, cloud seeding has been employed since the 1950s.

Many people still consider cloud seeding a ‘conspiracy theory.’

However, we can highlight many examples of scientists working to make it rain.

Fast forward to this week.

Good Morning America ran a segment on cloud seeding projects in the American West being used to modify weather.

According to the segment, there are 42 cloud seeding projects across the American West and the federal government has committed $2.6 Million to seeding.

Chief Nerd shared the Good Morning America clip:

You’ll also find the cloud seeding segment on the Good Morning America YouTube channel:

“When I went to college for meteorology, cloud seeding was ‘inefficient & expensive.’ That is NOT the case today. 42 projects in 10 states w/ hundreds of ground based cloud seeders sending silver iodide into storms to make them snow more than they naturally would,” Ginger Zee said.

We can thank her for mainstream media confirming another conspiracy theory.


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