While the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, called on the world to declare a “climate emergency,” noting that “there is a need from now for intensive efforts to reduce global emissions by 45% compared to 2010 levels, by 2030”, interest in the possibility of intervention is increasing. The deliberate occurrence of the climate system through technologies, which are feared to have military applications, according to “thesun”.
Many worried that China boasted of an experimental weather-control technology it hoped would be deployed within the next five years, as it feared it would have military applications. But she said she hoped to use weather change to help fight drought, fires and high temperatures while also boosting harvests. In a statement by the State Council of China, he said, “China will have an advanced weather modification system by 2025, with advances in basic research and development in key technologies. And continuous improvements in modernization and improved services, and noticeable enhancement in comprehensive safety risk prevention, improvement in systems and policy environment.
He added: The total area of the artificial precipitation process (snowfall) will reach more than 5.5 million square kilometers, and to eliminate snow, it must exceed 580 thousand square kilometers. By the year 2035, weather change in China should reach a world advanced level in terms of management, technologies and services, as weather modification should intensify its backup services in the following main areas: disaster assessment such as drought and snow, and zoning work in agricultural production areas; Regular business plans for areas in need of environmental protection and regeneration; The main emergency responses are to deal with events such as forest or grassland fires, unusually high temperatures or desertification. ”
On the possibility of deliberate interference with the climate system, the US National Academies of Sciences released a two-volume report on geoengineering in February 2015, calling for increased investment in this area to address climate change, as this study assesses the impacts, benefits, and potential costs of two different categories of proposed climate interventions: (1) Carbon dioxide removal and (2) albedo modification (reflecting sunlight).
How will the weather be controlled
Cloud pollination is the most common way to try to bring down rain or snow. Silver iodide is released into clouds, either from the ground or by plane, and as the cloud absorbs the material, it begins to form inner ice crystals that grow by absorbing moisture. Ultimately, these crystals become heavy enough to fall, melt as they descend and turn into rain.
According to reports according to the Guardian newspaper, China has spent 125 million pounds on four new aircraft, eight upgrades, about 900 missile launchers and 2,000 digital controllers. Then there were reports that China had developed a weather-control system based on six satellites called Tianhe, or Sky River.
Two years ago, it was reported that the spacecraft would launch in 2020 and would be able to produce rain.
The project was the idea of Wang Guangqian, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Zhu Wei. He is also the chief designer of satellites, which will be equipped with devices dedicated to measuring temperature and humidity in the atmosphere and humidity levels in clouds.