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Seit den 60er Jahren artet die kleine fallweise Wettermacherei  jedoch längst in ganz große aus und es werden daher täglich Chemikalien am Himmel ausgebracht, die uns den Atem verschlagen. Lungenkrankheiten, Krampfattacken hatten schon vor Jahren einen unrühmlichen Höhepunkt erreicht. Alleine die Tatsache, dass unsere Regierungen über dieses Unwesen über unseren Köpfen nicht offen sprechen, sondern sogar geleugnet wird, was jeder mit seinen Augen täglich sehen kann – lange weiße Streifen am Himmel die sich langsam zu einer dunstigen „Wolken“-Chemie-Schicht ausbreiten und den normalerweise blauen Himmel immer milchig erscheinen lässt.

Lebenswichtige Farbspektren der Sonne damit heraus gefiltert werden, was zu Krankheiten führt!!!!

Die Jungen Leute von heute haben noch nie einen ganz gesunden und normalen Himmel gesehen, sie glauben bereits, dass das, was sie sehen ganz normal sei und denken sich daher auch nichts dabei. Allerdings ist es auch so, dass die Leute gar nicht mehr am Himmel schauen, ist das eine psychische Reaktion, um NICHT zu sehen, was uns in Wahrheit ein tägliches Anliegen sein müsste, damit dieser mehr und mehr unkontrollierbare Irrsinn wieder verschwindet. Auch diese Statistik muss sich ändern, bitte helft bei der Aufklärung mit und denkt daran, dass auch ihr den gleichen Filter, wie diese 80% vorgeschoben haben könntet!!!!!  Besorgniserregende bzw. negative Meldungen können mindestens 80% aller Menschen gar nicht oder nur unvollständig verarbeiten

Kann man sich denn vorstellen, dass Regierungen fürs Wetter bezahlen? Ja, sie bezahlen fürs Wetter, um uns kaputt zu machen!

Kann man sich denn vorstellen, dass Regierungen darüber nicht reden, weil das Wetter, die heimtückische Waffen in dem aktuellen Weltkrieg ist?

Ja, es ist die Waffe, die Erdbeben erzeugt, Tsunamis macht, Regenstürme und Taifune, Wasserhosen und Eis-Tsunamis – auch andere seltsame Erscheinungen treten auf, die es niemals gab und nicht von der Natur hervorgebracht wurden.

Statt den gezeigten Flugzeugen, werden inzwischen auch Drohnen dafür verwendet.

Kein Volk hat weltweit dazu JA gesagt – NEIN sagen wir dazu – wir wollen keinen Krieg auch keinen Wetterkrieg.

Siehe dazu mehr unter:

Geoengineering – siehe auch HAARP

HAARP – Chemtrails – Magnettrails

About Us

Australian Rain Technologies Pty Ltd is a commercial company committed to enhancing rainfall through research and development of ground-based technologies and advanced predictive and assessment statistical methodologies.

Wholly owned by Matt and Clare Handbury, Australian Rain Technologies operates the Atlant technology, developed from American and Russian research and brought to Australia by a Swiss-based technology company in 2007.

Since then Australian Rain Technologies has rigorously researched and developed the ATLANT™ ion-emission rain-enhancement technology. This has represented the first comprehensive and independently-reviewed approach to this type of technology which was first addressed 50 years ago.

Australian Rain Technologies has conducted scientifically monitored field tests at catchment sites in South Australia and Queensland. The resulting analysis indicated that operation of the ATLANT™ system was associated with a more than nine per cent increase in rainfall.

http://www.australianrain.com.au/aboutus.html – Regen-Technologie

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A Fleet Built for Success

Weather Modification, Inc., has been modifying and operating aircraft for cloud seeding and atmospheric research operations since 1961. We maintain and operate a fleet of more than 35 twin-engine aircraft in various configurations that meet the needs of every client.

Weather Modification, Inc., uses several models of aircraft in our own operations, although we can adapt our equipment to virtually any type of aircraft for specific customer needs. Weather Modification, Inc., has the following aircraft types in service and available at this time:

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Some of the modifications that we currently perform are:

  • VIP Transport
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Weather Modification, Inc. has acquired US FAA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for select seeding equipment on the following aircraft:

  • Hawker 400
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The STC ensures that equipment is built and installed to the highest aviation standard for safety and performance.

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Feasibility Study for Rainfall Enhancement – UAE

Feasibility Study for the Augmentation of Rain in the United Arab Emirates
Program for the Augmentation of Rain in Coahuila (PARC)

One of the main goals in precipitation enhancement research is to firmly establish the physical chain of events in precipitation development so that perturbations, both intentional and inadvertent, can be understood and quantified. Thus, this research addresses common fundamental questions on cloud and precipitation processes that impede progress in other important research areas (including quantitative precipitation forecasting, convective rainfall, and aerosol-cloud interactions, etc.).

RAP continues to be a leader in the world community, being one of only a handful of organizations actively pursuing research that strengthens the scientific basis of rainfall enhancement efforts. Numerous countries have looked to RAP scientists for guidance and advice on budding weather modification programs.

Over the past few years, RAP research has focussed on providing a feasibility plan for cloud seeding in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The first phase was completed in early 2003 and a second phase involving a randomized seeding experiment was implemented in the summer of 2003. These efforts are reported below and involve collaboration with colleagues at US universities and in South Africa. Training of local scientists and engineers in scientific research and field operations was another important facet of this program.

Selected Presentations
Overview of Weather Modification Programs around the World presented by Roelof T. Bruintjes

The Future for Hygroscopic Cloud Seeding, summary of the report on the WMO International Workshop on Hygroscopic Seeding: Experimental Results, Physical Processes, and Research Needs – presented by Roelof T. Bruintjes

Research Leads: Brant Foote, Roelof Bruintjes

Seeding clouds with hygroscopic flares over Monclova, Coahuila Mexico. ©NCAR

http://www.rap.ucar.edu/research/enhance.html

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Rainmaking in Middle Eastern Desert: Success or Scam?

Jeremy Hsu and Jeanna Bryner
Date: 04 January 2011 Time: 10:09 AM ET

Graphic shows new ion generation method for rainmaking and how it compares to cloud seeding.

Fifty-two unanticipated rain showers in a Middle Eastern desert supposedly occurred because of ionizing devices installed in Abu Dhabi as part of a weather-modification project, a company is claiming.

The still-unproven rainmaking effort comes courtesy of Meteo Systems of Switzerland. The company and some of the researchers involved in the project are hoping to gather enough experimental proof to overcome widespread skepticism among scientists toward such weather modification efforts.

„We have made progress, but for me it is far from claiming ‚Yes we have done it,'“ said Hartmut Grassl, former director of Germany’s Max Planck Institute for Meteorology and a lead researcher who is helping to monitor the project.

The ionizers look like poles extending 33 feet (10 meters) into the air, with an ionization grid just a few meters wide. Each uses 500 watts of electrical power, or less than what you use turning on an electric stove. [Science Plays Rain God: Seeding and Ions]

Certain areas of Abu Dhabi experienced a wetter-than-normal summer season, but Grassl cautioned that the jury’s still out as to whether it was the work of the ionizers or merely a quirk of nature.

Scientists not involved in the desert-rain project seemed mostly pessimistic about the idea of artificially coaxed raindrops.

„It is very sad that rain enhancement by methods that have no scientific basis (or at least have never been exposed to a scientific evaluation) get the headlines,“ said Roelof Bruintjes, a meteorologist at the U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research.

How it works

Meteo Systems‘ effort represents the latest wrinkle in weather modification experiments that have been running for some time now.

The primary type of weather alteration, which began in the 1940s, is called cloud seeding, where an aircraft or rocket is used to inject silver iodide or other substance into the atmosphere. The chemicals mimic ice nuclei, or the particles that serve as surfaces for condensation to occur (where gas turns into a liquid). If the condensation creates large enough water droplets, rain will fall.

Rather than chemicals, Meteo Systems used ionization in its attempts to boost rainfall. In theory, ions, or charged particles, attach to the condensation nuclei in clouds and enable them to survive longer in the atmosphere. The longer they survive, the more time water droplets have to grow on their surfaces.

The company set up five ionizing sites in Abu Dhabi, each with 10 so-called emitters that can send trillions of these cloud-forming ions into the atmosphere.

Grassl and his colleagues are monitoring the cloud-forming effects by radar, satellite and global analyses from the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts. They have also been tracking local meteorology at all the ionizing sites, and measuring the electrical fields created by the ionizers.

Rain gauges that measure the levels of rainfall are less extensive in the region, Grassl explained in a phone interview. That means the scientists must rely upon the other methods to monitor the success or failure of the ionizing sites.

Skeptics abound

Jérôme Kasparian of the University of Geneva in Switzerland has done work on weather modification, but was not aware of the rain project and hasn’t seen it published in a scientific journal.

„What can be said is it is really astonishing that they could get rain at what I read [in the news] was 30 percent relative humidity,“ Kasparian told LiveScience. While the humidity makes sense since the scientists were in a desert, it is so low that „you don’t expect water condensation, so you must give the water a very, very strong incentive to condense.“

In work published in 2010 in the journal Nature Photonics, Kasparian and his colleagues showed that by beaming ultra-short laser pulses into the atmosphere, they could create water droplets at a relative humidity as low as 70 percent. „At this stage we get droplets but not yet raindrops,“ Kasparian said. „The droplets that we obtained aren’t sufficiently big to fall down to the ground.“

Confusion about the 30 percent relative humidity cited in news reports was later cleared up by Grassl. He explained in a phone interview that the 30 percent relative humidity was at ground level, rather than up in the atmosphere where clouds form.

„If you talk about 30 percent relative humidity at the ground, then in a hot climate you will have close to 100 percent relative humidity [near the cloud-forming boundaries of the atmosphere],“ Grassl said.

As a result, the ion emitters were turned on whenever atmospheric levels of humidity reached 30 percent or more relative humidity at the ground.

To rain or not to rain

Strange as it sounds, using ionization for weather-modification attempts is not new. So-called ionization antennas began with a Russian scientist and have since been marketed internationally through several companies, according to Bruintjes at the U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Such past attempts mostly dried up for lack of funding and results. Bruintjes similarly threw cold water on the Meteo Systems effort and declared himself „very skeptical“ about the company’s claims.

He also pointed to a report by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), an agency of the United Nations, which cautioned against believing claims regarding weather modification.

„It should be realized that the energy involved in weather systems is so large that it is impossible to create cloud systems that rain, alter wind patterns to bring water vapor into a region, or completely eliminate severe weather phenomena,“ according to the WMO report.

The WMO report also said that weather-modification technologies such as „ionization methods“ had no sound scientific basis and „should be treated with suspicion.“ The report was updated by weather-modification experts during a meeting in Abu Dhabi in 2010.

Proceed with caution

Grassl agreed that weather-modification efforts ranging from cloud seeding to ionization have not been proven, despite countries such as Russia and China regularly deploying cloud seeding.

„Yes, they claim all sorts of fantastic things, but it is not proven,“ Grassl said. „The same is true for the method we’re assessing now.“

But he does see some promising signs in Meteo Systems‘ effort so far, even if he conceded that many questions must be answered before the company can truly promise a working rainmaker. He and other researchers will soon gather at a workshop in Germany to discuss the ongoing effort.

Meteo Systems has spent several million euros (1 euro = 1.33 USD) so far on half a year’s worth of operations. Grassl hopes that the company might get additional funds from Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyen, Emir of Abu Dhabi and president of the United Arab Emirates.

„It should be done over at least two full years at this place [in Abu Dhabi] and at other places as well,“ Grassl said. „Otherwise you cannot claim this is working very well.“

You can follow LiveScience Senior Writer Jeremy Hsu on Twitter @ScienceHsu and Managing Editor Jeanna Bryner on Twitter @jeannabryner

http://www.livescience.com/10398-rainmaking-middle-eastern-desert-success-scam.html

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Abu Dhabi weather project ‚creates man-made rainstorms‘

A secret £7 million weather project in Abu Dhabi has resulted in dozens of man-made rainstorms, according to reports.

Children play in the street during a rain storm in Abu Dhabi Photo: ALAMY

6:54PM GMT 02 Jan 2011

Scientists employed by Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, president of the UAE and leader of Abu Dhabi, successfully created more than 50 rainstorms in the state’s Al Ain region last year, mostly in July and August when there is virtually no rain at all. It is believed to be the first time the system has produced rain from clear skies.

They have been using giant ionisers, shaped like giant lampshades, to generate fields of negatively charged particles, which create cloud formation.

In a company video, seen by The Sunday Times, Helmut Fluhrer, the founder of Metro Systems International, the Swiss company in charge of the project, said: „We are currently operating our innovative rainfall enhancement technology, Weathertec, in the region of Al Ain in Abu Dhabid. We started in June 2010 and have achieved a number of rainfalls.“

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/unitedarabemirates/8236350/Abu-Dhabi-weather-project-creates-man-made-rainstorms.html

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  1. Hat dies auf Treue und Ehre rebloggt.

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  2. olga.chraska

     /  2. August 2017

    Wetteränderungen, die vielen zugute kommen, wären sicher nichts Böses. Könnte man z.B. Wüsten fruchtbar machen dadurch und bei Extremwetterlagen, ausgleichend einschreiten. Die heute, die Möglichkeit haben, das Wetter zu beeinflussen und damit auch den Klimawandel bewirken, sich nicht reif genug, zu erkennen, welche Möglichkeiten sie in den Händen haben, Gutes damit zu tun. Wollen diese unreifen Individuen ja nur spielen und Angst und Schrecken verbreiten, wie bei vielem anderen auch.Glaube auch, daß es Möglichkeiten heute bereits gibt, Erdbeben und Seebeben künstlich zu erzeugen.

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