UAE Weather Science Blamed For Deadly Flood

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is no stranger to geoengineering efforts and cloud seeding programs. Many believe these initiatives may be responsible for the recent deadly deluge that rocked Dubai with the heaviest downpours in 75 years.

Dozens of people lost their lives in the floods that swept across the typically arid landscape causing extensive damage. The government denies responsibility but its official story is met with skepticism.\_query

While many leftists attribute the destructive storm to “climate change,” cloud seeding is a more likely culprit.

This controversial process is an attempt to change weather patterns in the hopes of creating artificial rainfall.

Global experts support the validity of cloud seeding and it has even been employed in the U.S. Utah reportedly saw a 12% increase in its water supply in 2018 due to this method.

According to The Daily Mail the UAE has invested decades in perfecting cloud seeding techniques. However it remains uncertain whether this week’s flooding is a result of their smashing success.

The risks associated with this widely practiced but poorly understood technique cannot be overlooked. Cloud seeding has been around for several decades originating from experiments conducted by General Electric researchers.

Water vapor requires tiny objects like dust particles or bacteria to condense around and form crystals in clouds. These crystals grow until they fall from the clouds as either rain or snow depending on the temperature.

Cloud seeding involves injecting chemicals such as sodium or silver iodide to accelerate the precipitation process. These substances can be launched from the ground in missiles or shells dropped by airplanes or released from the Earth’s surface.

Interestingly, China is the world’s leading proponent of cloud seeding. The communist nation extensively used the process in reverse to ensure rain would not disrupt the 2008 Beijing Olympics.