GeoEngineering

NEED MORE WATER? MODIFY THE WEATHER: CHINA’S NEW WEATHER WEAPON?

Mr. G.K. spotted this one, and it's a doozy, especially if you're one of those that doubts that actual weather and geoengineering technologies actually exist. China, it seems, needs more water, so it's building a rain-making network:

China needs more water. So it's building a rain-making network three times the size of Spain

What captured my attention here is that this project is not only intended to bring more water to the Tibetan plateau, but that this is a project of - you guessed it - a military nature:

China is testing cutting-edge defence technology to develop a powerful yet relatively low-cost weather modification system to bring substantially more rain to the Tibetan plateau, Asia’s biggest freshwater reserve.

The system, which involves an enormous network of fuel-burning chambers installed high up on the Tibetan mountains, could increase rainfall in the region by up to 10 billion cubic metres a year – about 7 per cent of China’s total water consumption – according to researchers involved in the project.

Tens of thousands of chambers will be built at selected locations across the Tibetan plateau to produce rainfall over a total area of about 1.6 million square kilometres (620,000 square miles), or three times the size of Spain. It will be the world’s biggest such project.

The chambers burn solid fuel to produce silver iodide, a cloud-seeding agent with a crystalline structure much like ice.

The chambers stand on steep mountain ridges facing the moist monsoon from south Asia. As wind hits the mountain, it produces an upward draft and sweeps the particles into the clouds to induce rain and snow. (Emphasis added)

While I have no doubts about China's development goals here, as one might imagine, I have some suspicions of the high octane speculation variety, which are fueled by the fact that this is a test of "cutting edge defence technology." Weather systems are planetary systems; what China does there will inevitably affect weather here, across the ocean, in North America. Add a capacity to steer weather systems, such as has been claimed for HAARP(High Altitude Auroral Research Project) and other ionospheric heaters around the world, which China certainly possesses, and one will have, in effect, the means to weaponize weather systems (which, in this case, one is creating). Silver iodide would seem a material tailor made to such electronic manipulations of the ionosphere. One might, with enough imagination, envision the creation of regions of electrical polarity to attract, or repulse, such concentrations (or concentrations of other materials being dumped in the atmosphere), and hence, one can envision regions of high concentration where storms might develop, storms of abnormal intensity. Add the capability to steer them via the creation of regions of high and lower pressure, and voila, one has a weather weapon, in this case, of the size of Tibet.

Use of the materials to change the electrical properties of a region - making it more or less conductive - could perhaps itself be used to create greater than normal amounts of lightning strikes for power outages, starting fires... steering tornadoes.

Given other stories of weather warfare and manipulation in recent years, one has to wonder...

...Is China responding to something?

I suspect most regular readers here would probably say "yes."

See you on the flip side...

18 thoughts on “NEED MORE WATER? MODIFY THE WEATHER: CHINA’S NEW WEATHER WEAPON?”

  1. In a fiction book called “Gathering of Selves”, a Chinese alchemist setup weather manipulation tech on a mountain in Tibet to do something like this and also to send undesirable weather to it’s competing neighbor, India.

  2. It is unfortunate that Tibet like the Americas-Australia has become a forward defensive-offensive outpost. In the upcoming war to end all wars in memory of the centennial we a celebrating now of the war that opened the last century. Weather modification has been ongoing as a weapon I say for over a century usually against the locals.

  3. A few ‘inaccuracies’ in the original article:

    “China is testing cutting-edge defence technology to develop a powerful yet relatively low-cost weather modification system to bring substantially more rain to the Tibetan plateau, Asia’s biggest freshwater reserve.”
    Should read:
    “China is testing cutting-edge defence technology to develop a powerful yet relatively low-cost weather modification system to bring substantially more rain to the conquered territory of Tibet. To do this, they are exploiting the Tibetan plateau region.”

    “The system, which involves an enormous network of fuel-burning chambers installed high up on the Tibetan mountains…”
    Should read:
    “The system, which involves an enormous network of fuel-burning chambers, built-upon destroyed Tibetan Buddhism Lamasteries, is installed high up on the Tibetan mountains…”

    “The chambers burn solid fuel to produce silver iodide…”
    Should read:
    “The chambers burn solid fuel made out of murdered monks’ robes and sacred Tibetan Buddhist texts to produce silver iodide…”

    “The chambers stand on steep mountain ridges facing the moist monsoon from south Asia.”
    Should read:
    “The chambers stand on steep mountain ridges, where the Tibetan monasteries once stood before being pulled-down, facing the moist monsoon from south Asia.”

    There; fixed it for you…

  4. They traditional way of shipping vast tons of water was through the buying & selling of food[grains]. Some foods are extremely water intensive. The problem is this food/water relationship had been weaponized.
    [Of course].

    Now it has progressed[what a word] to the point of weather warfare.
    [Of course].

    Expect huge earthquakes in Tibet?
    …and countermeasures by who knows who?
    Weatherized false flags?
    [and God(wannabe Gods, that is) knows what]

          1. I just watched it, Robert, there was a book I read in the seventies titled The Zapping of America. Though the author worried about microwave pollution as he called the problem then.

          2. Read like sci-fi then; and the 2018 non-fiction, Under An Ionized Sky, reads like a sci-fi thriller where the bad guys win by killing off all life on Earth.

            Cui Bono?

  5. Here is a stunning quote I came across only in the last few days. Of particular note is the deliberate melting of the polar regions which, if memory serves, this is something that Joseph has speculated on at some point in a blog.

    “Matt Anderson, former aerospace and defense advisor to Booz Allen Hamilton, Chicago, said explicitly in a report published on 6 February 2012, in the British Guardian newspaper that “Few in the civil sector fully understand that geoengineering is primarily a military science and has nothing to do with either cooling the planet or lowering carbon emissions (Report, 6 February). While seemingly fantastical, weather has been weaponized. At least four countries – the US, Russia, China and Israel – possess the technology and organization to regularly alter weather and geologic events for various military and black operations, which are tied to secondary objectives, including demographic, energy and agricultural resource management.

    Indeed, warfare now includes the technological ability to induce, enhance or direct cyclonic events, earthquakes, drought and flooding, including the use of polymerized aerosol viral agents and radioactive particulates carried through global weather systems. Various themes in public debate, including global warming, have unfortunately been subsumed into much larger military and commercial objectives that have nothing to do with broad public environmental concerns. These include the gradual warming of polar regions to facilitate naval navigation and resource extraction”.
    https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2012/feb/09/at-war-over-geoengineering

  6. This meddling with the Tibetan ecosystem does not bode well, and if it DOES increase rainfall will those “wonderful” dams on major Chinese rivers hold up? And of course more precipitation means more snow in normally cold-but-snow-free areas. But the most obvious point is that the weather is not a 3-dimensional play of high/low pressure/temperature but an electromagnetic system, with hyperdimensional aspects.

      1. P.S. I just checked the above youtube link. And….
        you’ll need to either use google or duckduckgo.com
        if you want to see the author discuss her new book.
        [its an hour and 23 minute video.]

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