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Is The Planet’s Hydrologic Cycle Screwed Up By Weather Geoengineering?

The planet's hydrologic cycle is the continuous flow cycle how water is circulated throughout the Earth and the atmosphere. It is the process by which water reaches humans for consumption and the watering of all plant life. The hydrologic cycle consists of various forms of precipitation, i.e., rain, snow, sleet, fog, dew, etc., and evaporation. A most important aspect of the hydrologic cycle is evaporation, i.e., water is lifted from large bodies of water through evaporation; that water vapor condenses to form clouds. That’s where weather geoengineering enters the picture regarding the hydrologic cycle.  Read more...



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