HAARP in Middle East? Abu Dhabi weather project ’creates man-made rainstorms’
A secret £7 million weather project in Abu Dhabi has resulted in dozens of man-made rainstorms, according to reports.
Scientists employed by Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, president of the UAE and leader of Abu Dhabi, successfully created more than 50 rainstorms in the state’s Al Ain region last year, mostly in July and August when there is virtually no rain at all. It is believed to be the first time the system has produced rain from clear skies.
They have been using giant ionisers, shaped like giant lampshades, to generate fields of negatively charged particles, which create cloud formation.
In a company video, seen by The Sunday Times, Helmut Fluhrer, the founder of Metro Systems International, the Swiss company in charge of the project, said: "We are currently operating our innovative rainfall enhancement technology, Weathertec, in the region of Al Ain in Abu Dhabid. We started in June 2010 and have achieved a number of rainfalls."
Article from: telegraph.co.uk
Swiss company Metro Systems International claims to have device which creates man-made rain
By Michael Sheridan | NYDailyNews.com
A Swiss company claims to have achieved what con men the world over have boasted to be able to do for hundreds of years: make it rain.
Metro Systems International, the company reportedly in charge of the project, boasted in a video presentation it created more than 50 rainstorms in the deserts outside of Abu Dhabi, according to The Sunday Times.
"We are currently operating our innovative rainfall enhancement technology, Weathertec, in the region of Al Ain in Abu Dhabid," Helmut Fluhrer, the founder of MSI, states in the video, the British newspaper reported. "We started in June 2010 and have achieved a number of rainfalls."
The secret project, which reportedly cost nearly $11 million, was funded by Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, president of the UAE and leader of Abu Dhabi.
The device consists of lampshade-shaped "ionizers" which generate fields of negatively charged particles that create the clouds that lead to rain, the company claims.
According to Arabian Business, over the period of 122 days during summer months, the emitters were used 74 times, and during those times the humidity reached 30 percent or more. As a result, the Al Ain region experienced rain 52 times on days when it was predicted by forecasters there would be no rain or clouds.
The company even claims the man-made storms produced hail and lightning, the Middle East magazine reported.
The Sunday Times reported that the project was monitored by the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, a non-profit research organization based in Germany.
Article from: nydailynews.com
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