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Published on May 17, 2012
Military aircrafts are spreading particle-prays to distract radars, forming huge blankets that then show up in some weather radars ..and for human eyes of course.
German Air Force have admitted spreading dust made of metals and polymers during war games, reported RTL.
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Many think tanks like the Royal Society and Council on Foreign Relations are talking about using chemicals and metal powders like aluminum to fight global warming. - An overview of geoengineering of climate using stratospheric sulphate aerosols http://rsta.royalsocietypublishing.or...
"This study describes an approach to cooling the planet, which goes back to the mid-1970s, when Budyko (1974) suggested that, if global warming ever became a serious threat, we could counter it with airplane flights in the stratosphere, burning sulphur to make aerosols that would reflect sunlight away."
"..Applied to geoengineering, various technologies could be used to loft particles into the stratosphere, such as naval guns, rockets, hot air balloons or blimps, or a fleet of highflying aircraft. Potential types of particles for injection include sulfur dioxide, aluminum oxide dust or even designer self-levitating aerosols that might be engineered to migrate to particular regions.." - -
Few countries have openly used some of these methods to change weather, and this has been covered in mainstream media. China created snow falls, and Russians spread cement dust from airplanes to prevent rain and cloudy weather. Just look it up.
'Cloud seeding' experiments have been going on for decades.
"Bioprecipitation is the concept of rain-making bacteria and was proposed by David Sands from Montana State University before 1983. ... The ice-nucleating bacteria currently known are mostly plant pathogens. Recent research suggests that bacteria may be present in clouds as part of an evolved process of dispersal. Ice-nucleating bacteria are used in cloud seeding."