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Originally posted by hidden0
reply to post by MRuss
I don't want to say I believe one way or the other on this topic, because I don't know. Yet I would like to add that if this climate control is happening, it is not just in Iran. Here in my state in the US, we are breaking 106 year records on heat.
Considering that, we are doing "ok" although it sucks to be so hot. The effect of a global, intentional, temperature increase would effect already hot climates more drastically I think.
One of the pigeons was caught near a rose water production plant in the city of Kashan in Isfahan province, the Etemad Melli newspaper reported. It said that some metal rings and "invisible" strings were attached to the bird, suggesting that it might have been somehow communicating what it had seen with the equipment it was carrying.
Iranian security forces have arrested two suspected 'spy pigeons' near the Natanz nuclear facility.
Iranian intelligence operatives recently detained over a dozen squirrels found within the nation's borders, claiming the rodents were serving as spies for Western powers determined to undermine the Islamic Republic.
"In recent weeks, intelligence operatives have arrested 14 squirrels within Iran's borders," state-sponsored news agency IRNA reported. "The squirrels were carrying spy gear of foreign agencies, and were stopped before they could act, thanks to the alertness of our intelligence services."
Islamic Republic's intelligence agents allege rodents were carrying advanced Western spy gear
Originally posted by Bixxi3
I don't understand why were not cloud seeding to produce rain in these drought areas..
We know they use it for special events so why not for something more purposeful?
Originally posted by MRuss
Well, despite the fact that it is Iran pointing fingers, they just might have a point here.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Hey, I have a question. If we're causing Iran's drought....who is causing ours?
Originally posted by 2012zeropointeventhorizon
answer me this if there is severe drought reaking having causing hunger starvation and food prices to skyrocket. why can't they just do cloud seeding in the corn belt. it is admitted that they flooded the ho chimin trail in vietnam for months to distrupt enemy troop movement andf supply chains. why cant they do that and make it rain where the rain is need. we have the tech so why is it not being implimented this is not sci-fi fantasy here it can be fixed so why at a time when we desparatly need rain are they doing nothing? its negligent and borders on criminal.
"I am suspicious about the drought in the southern part of the country," Hassan Mousavi,
Iran's climate ranges from arid or semiarid, to subtropical along the Caspian coast and the northern forests. On the northern edge of the country (the Caspian coastal plain) temperatures rarely fall below freezing and the area remains humid for the rest of the year. Summer temperatures rarely exceed 29 °C (84.2 °F). Annual precipitation is 680 mm (26.8 in) in the eastern part of the plain and more than 1,700 mm (66.9 in) in the western part.
"Iran has quite a variety of climates, please find the following information thanks to Wikipedia”
Having delivered nothing but tales of rain and flooding for the past few months, I’ve been looking forward to this day. I can finally see a possible end in sight to the continual deluge of very wet weather that’s been with us since April. You’ve heard me talking about the jet stream a lot during recent months and how its position influences the weather that we experience. Normally during the summer months, the jet stream generally sits to the north of the UK which steers wind and rain bearing areas of low pressure towards Iceland and Scandinavia. However, so far this summer, the jet stream has been sitting to the south of the UK, with a conveyor belt of low pressure systems being thrust towards our shores bringing unseasonable and record-breaking amounts of rain.