How To Make A Tempest In A Two-Liter Bottle

Water vapor, pressure, temperature and seeding are what it takes to make a cloud. Use a two-liter soda bottle, some warm water, a match, and some hand strength to become a rainmaker. It's all in the wrist. » 5/15/10 9:00am 5/15/10 9:00am

Geoengineers Will Prevent Rain Over Olympic Stadium in China

The top of China's "bird's nest" Olympic stadium is open to the elements, and therefore the government has ordered the Beijing Meteorological Bureau to make sure it won't rain during the games. The Bureau has already had some success preventing light rain, but heavy rain is harder to control. They'll use two… » 2/01/08 12:20pm 2/01/08 12:20pm

Weaponizing Climate Change for Battle

A new article in Foreign Policy suggests that geoengineering (or weather engineering) may be part of the next high-tech battle strategy for troops who want a force multiplier. The article is an updated version of an essay by futurist Jamais Cascio. Others have already speculated about how the ability to control rain… » 1/31/08 11:45am 1/31/08 11:45am

Weather Engineers Remove CO2 From Atmosphere, Stop Global Warming

Some Harvard scientists suggest that we could turn back the clock on global warming by sucking CO2 out of the air and de-acidifying the oceans. » 11/09/07 10:43am 11/09/07 10:43am

These kinds of massive geo-engineering projects are becoming more and more popular as solutions to the geo-engineering project, known as global warming, which we've been…