World's Largest Weather-Control Machine Revealed

China is well-known for innovation and has never shied away from doing things on a massive scale. Again, the country has come up with a new project that the Chinese government working on an unprecedented scale.

China about to launch the world's largest weather-control machine to modify the weather in an area like Alaska. The Chinese government has approved a $168 million for the weather-control machine, bringing more snow and rain.

South China's post stated that it is one of the biggest programs of its kind which will rely on eight upgraded craft, 897 rocket launch devices, four new planes, 1,856 devices connected to digital control systems and many more.

China's new project is a part of weather modification techniques and implementing by Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation to send thousands of rains to increase rainfall. The China Meteorological Administration estimates it will increase precipitation in an area of 960,000 sq km with weather-modifying technology.

China is not only the country that trying to bring the rain, including the United States other 52 are in the race, however, the practice has grown aimed at increasing China's water resources as part of the project.

The Tibetan Plateau is a source of China's water, running down from the uneven good countries by means of the gigantic Yangtze, Mekong, and Yellow rivers, which begin on the Tibetan Plateau, are encouraged by icy and snow meltwater. China is installing tens of thousands of chambers across mountains along with the Tibetan Plateau.

Artificial rainfall enhancement is the process that depends on the use of a catalyst to induce rainfall from the clouds and it became more popular across the country. China planning to observe the system through weather satellites and supplement with silver iodide particles deployed from planes. And if everything goes correct then it would roughly 7 percent of China's annual water consumption.