posted on Apr, 1 2006 @ 09:41 AM
I messed around with the idea of weather control back in public school. It actually worked and rained for about 7 days straight, and the weather was
messed up for weeks afterwards as well. So I think it IS possible.
I figure even better than making it rain in the desert is making it SNOW in the desert. That'd be some 1337 proof. Plus it'd get national attention
for everyone to see proof of.
If you're up for making a heavy snowfall in Southwestern Ontario, send me a U2U for more specific location instructions, etc. It's supposed to rain
this afternoon, so shouldn't take that much effort to get it down 10 degrees and turn it into snow.
And just one question.... do you get immediate results when you try to control the weather (ie.. it just comes out of nowhere), or does it take a few
[edit on 1-4-2006 by Yarcofin]