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Thank a cloud today
Five reasons you shouldn't take cloud cover for granted.
To combat smog, Thailand made it rain
Cloud seeding could reduce particulate matter over Bangkok.
China is using furnaces to manufacture 10 billion tons of rain
Plans for thousands of chemical rainmakers in the Tibetan Plateau.
NASA will try to create glowing rainbow clouds, and you can watch
The colorful clouds should be visible from New York to North Carolina.
Everything you need to know about geoengineering
Scientists may finally put some of the basic principles to the test in 2018—and not everyone is happy about that
Will drones pull rain from desert clouds?
A test flight of a drone brings an unmanned cloud seeding tool one step closer.
This Drone Just Seeded A Rain Cloud In The Desert
Conspiracy theorist’s delight!
Cloud Seeding Could Cool Off Seas Where Hurricanes Form, Making Them Weaker
Hurricanes form in warm tropical waters, drawing strength from the heat of the ocean surface — that’s why they are … Continued
Chinese Government Plans to Cause Ten Percent More Rain By 2015
China is already doing plenty of things to the atmosphere above it, but most changes are byproducts of the country’s … Continued