Is this a consequence of geoengineering? MH
Massive Flooding in Henan Zhengzhou | People Trapped in Subway | China’s Dam In Crisis
On July 20, Zhengzhou City in Henan Province, China, was hit by an extreme rainstorm that was unseen for centuries. A video showed hundreds of passengers were trapped in a subway train in Zhengzhou City’s No.5 Line. The water inside the car was up to their chests and people could hardly breathe. A passenger called for help by phone.
Makes the recent West Coast NZ flooding seem rather minor.
Note: A mistake commonly made by the Mainstream Media fails to make the point that “Once in a thousand years” Is a meteorological ratings scale for event severity, NOT a literal statement. There can be many “Once in a hundred year/once in a thousand year” events in the same year.
Geoengineering? CCP is notorious for using weather modification to ensure “special events” (Mayday, the 100 year anniversary event for eg) are rain-free. This weather mod always has consequences: Is this one of them?
There hasn’t been a huge amount of mainstream attention paid to cloud seeding or other forms of geoengineering, but now is the time to sit up and take notice: China has massively ramped up its efforts to control the weather, a move that should alarm us all. Between 2012 and 2017, China reportedly spent more than $1.34 bn (£1bn) tackling water shortages by wresting control of the elements. But what it plans to do now is on a completely different scale. Earlier this month, China’s state council announced that by 2025 its weather modification programme will cover around half the country. It is aiming to control rain and snow across an area that is more than one-and-a-half times the size of India, or 20 times the size of the UK. In other words, a bloody huge area.China is scaling up its weather modification programme – here’s why we should be worried | Arwa Mahdawi | The Guardian