September 23, 2019

Now Spraying Bacteria Into The Skies to Control “Weather”

A better understanding of the bacteria’s role could lead to its eventual inclusion in more accurate climatic models. The bacteria outperforms artificial cloud-seeding chemicals, suggesting its possible use as a rain-maker. So far, though, it’s of most use to skiers and snowboarders. Since the late 1980s, a company called Snowmax has supplied resorts with a P. syringae-derived additive that allows snowmaking machines to powder the slopes at temperatures much higher than would otherwise be possible.

Source: How scientists are harnessing the ice-making powers of bacteria

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Initial Report – Alexandra May Hunter Paris Climate Conference –

Although many of these people were aware of geoengineering, many were not and this was a successful opportunity to make all of these people aware of and more informed as to the dangers of this “proposed” mitigation technique.

Source: Initial Report – Alexandra May Hunter Paris Climate Conference –

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