The idea of climate change has gone by many names over the course of the last few decades…but that certainly doesn’t mean that we’re any closer to discovering the truth about the alleged phenomenon.
At first, of course, we had the idea of “global warming”. This theory was promoted heavily by Al Gore, former Vice President and owner of a “carbon credits” company that helped him to gain a great deal of wealth after he released his own take on the issue. His film, An Inconvenient Truth, precisely stated doom and gloom predictions as though they were law, all the while steering the guilt-tripped masses to Gore’s own economic endeavor.
Now, the left prefers the moniker of “climate change”, as it suits their wish to chameleon-ize their desire for total control of the environment – at least politically speaking.
Well, in the case of climate change being man-made, there are only a few examples which we can distinctively point to as evidence that this is even occurring. And no, they aren’t accidental or caused by greenhouse gasses.
They are caused by China.
China is launching the world’s largest weather-control machine, with the ability to modify the weather in an area similar to the size of Alaska. China has never shied away from doing things on a massive scale and this is yet another example of the Chinese government working on an unprecedented scale.
China’s state-owned Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation is implementing a plan to send thousands of rain-inducing machines across the Tibetan Plateau to increase rainfall along the region.
The Tibetan Plateau is the source of much of China’s water, running down from the mountainous highlands via the massive Yangtze, Mekong, and Yellow rivers. These rivers, which originate on the Tibetan Plateau, are fed by glacial and snow meltwater and drain down into the fertile Chinese farmlands.
This sort of weather manipulation has been going on for decades, and has been particularly useful in agricultural circles when rainfall has been either scarce or when storms miss their mark.
Of course, trusting the Chinese to explore this technology responsibly is a whole other issue entirely.