Weather patterns are incredibly complex, so it’s hard to say what specific impacts we have. However, greenhouse gas emissions and global warming have had a drastic impact on global weather patterns, causing more severe weather in many places.
Ionogenics is a somewhat recent development in attempting to stimulate rainfall. Poles are placed in a circle, and a generator provides a current to ionize the surrounding air. The molecules rise and attract water molecules, eventually gathering into raindrops. The poles cover nine acres and can create higher rainfall within a radius of 25 miles. There was a noted increase in the amount of rainfall in the tested areas, but many factors other than the ionization could have caused the higher rainfall.
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