Chinese Weather Control System
The plant covers un unbelievable big area, 1.6 millions square kilometers (620k sq. miles), or 3 times as big as Spain, if you want.
This project could increase rainfall by up to 10 billion cubic meters annually, which is about 7 percent of China’s total water consumption, and will bring as much rain as possible to Tibet and Himalayan mountains, where glaciers are drying up.
The chambers burn solid fuel to produce silver iodide, a cloud-seeding agent with a crystalline structure much like ice,” South China Morning Post reported.