Friday, June 29, 2012


Height of Technology, now we the Human being are able to Control WEATHER not Completely but in a very certain area, there is a LOT more to tell and i will cover this topic in future, this Tech will be the next Super Weapon among the World Giants
take a look what HAARP is Capable to do and what exactly its gonna Impact on our Eco-System

Weather control is the act of manipulating or altering certain aspects of the environment to produce desirable changes in weather. Weather control can have the goal of preventing damaging weather, such as hurricanes or tornadoes, from occurring; of causing beneficial weather, such as rainfall in an area experiencing drought; or of provoking damaging weather against an enemy or rival, as a tactic of military or economic warfare. Weather modification in warfare has been banned by the United Nations.

Future aspirations

Climatologists have simulated hurricane control based on selective heating and cooling (or prevention of evaporation).[26] Futurist John Smart has discussed the potential for weather control via space-based solar power networks. One proposal involves the gentle heating via microwave of portions of large hurricanes. Such chaotic systems may be susceptible to "side steering" with a few degrees of increased temperature/pressure at critical points. A sufficient network might keep the largest and most potentially damaging hurricanes from landfall, at the request of host nations. Blizzards, monsoons, and other extreme weather are also potential candidates for space-based amelioration.[citation needed] If large-scale weather control were to become feasible, potential negative implications may include:

Unintended side effects, especially given the chaotic nature of weather development[citation needed]
Damage to existing ecosystems[citation needed]
Health risks to humans[citation needed]
Equipment malfunction or accidents[citation needed]
Non-democratic control or use as a weapon[citation needed]
ELF hot spots causing slightly accelerated ionospheric depletion by solar wind.

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