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Ionisers Created 50 Rainstorms in the Desert Region
of Abu Dhabi

Scientists working for Metro Systems International may have developed a way produce rainwater in the desert region of Abu Dhabi. They have been secretly hired by the President of United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan to use technology designed to control the weather. They have boasted reports of creating at least 50 man-made rainstorms last year, most of them being in the driest months of July and August. The question is:

How do these Ionisers Produce Rain?
The Ionisers produce negatively charged particles called electrons.
These electrons rise with the hot air (caused during convection).
As these electrons rise they collect dust.
Moisture in the air attracts to the charged dust.
The accumulation of moisture turns into a rain producing cloud.

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