China is artificially changing the weather: scientists are expanding the possibilities of technologies that affect the clouds

China will increase the area where it will artificially create weather

China uses unique technologies that have the ability to create weather conditions and change existing ones. The country's authorities announced that they plan to dramatically increase the use of these modern technologies in the near future. It is a process of cloud cover or a system that is capable of exploding silver molecules in atmospheric air at the level of the formation of a natural cloud background.

These exploding molecules have the ability to cause condensation and form clouds. The technology of intervention in natural features has existed for several decades, and China is actively using it.

Recently, the authorities often talked about increasing the scale of the presence of these technologies. It is assumed that the test area for changing the area, where artificial weather will operate, will be over a million square kilometers by 2025. It is a huge area that is comparable to the size of India.

The scientists believe that the increased use of such technologies faces particular risks. Firstly, artificial influence on the weather will have an impact on the environment. Secondly, the experts predict possible conflicts with neighboring countries.

China and India are arguing about the border, and a number of countries are involved in this recently flared conflict. In India, agriculture is developing, which traditionally depends on the rainy season.

Due to the climatic changes on the planet, it has become completely unpredictable. It makes the environmentalists worry: if China begins to control precipitation, then rain and snow will become its weapons.

There is no proper coordination and control in that process neither by the world community, nor by science. The scientists from the National Taiwan Institute believe that interference with weather processes can lead to irreversible consequences in the climate change system.