To Flood or Not to Flood? – ConspiracyOz

Coincidence? – Mick Raven

Successful Rain making operation

August 2008 to November 2008.

Willunga, South Australia.

Atlant Rain Making Array Station

Site of Atlant Rain Making Array Station

35°18’41.3 S 138°31’22.0 E – Google Maps

Site is now empty…mmm – Mick Raven

 

10 percent enhancement, not bad for 2008 eh! – Mick Raven

Why no more Rain making News from Atlant since then? – Mick Raven

ATLANT Rainfall Enhancement System
First Mount Lofty Ranges Trial
August–November, 2008

Introduction

Australian Rain Technologies (ART) has completed four rainfall enhancement trials
within Australia, using a ground-based, ion-emitting technology known as Atlant.
The first two trials were located in Queensland, Australia. The third trial, which is the
subject of this report, was conducted in South Australia in the Mt. Lofty Ranges,
which are located south east of the Adelaide metropolitan area. The trial was operated
from August to November 2008 inclusive. A fourth trial with Atlant devices in the
southeastern and northeastern Mt Lofty Ranges ran from August to early December
2009.

The first Atlant trial was conducted near the Wivenhoe Dam, which is the main
catchment area that supplies the city of Brisbane. This Wivenhoe Trial took place in
the months of May and June 2007.

The second trial was located at Paradise Dam,
which is 80km southwest of Bundaberg in the Wide Bay and Burnett River
catchment. The duration of this trial was from January to May 2008. Both trials were
conducted with the aim of measuring and comparing rainfall in a target area under the
influence of Atlant with rainfall in geographically distinct control areas, and both
trials were supervised by the University of Queensland.

Average monthly rainfall was substantially higher in the target areas in both trials.
However, the historical variability in rainfall between target and control areas made it difficult
to reach a conclusion regarding the statistical significance of the results.

In the Paradise Dam trial the rate of formation of ions and their dispersion from the
Atlant device was also measured to try to establish a physical link between ion
generation and precipitation. The observations allowed the calculation of ion
densities in the immediate vicinity of the generator.

However, the process of ion formation, recombination, attachment to aerosols
and subsequent dispersion was acknowledged to be complex and difficult to measure.
Demonstrating a causal physical link between the operation of the Atlant system
and increased rainfall would require a major research effort.
Demonstrating a statistically significant relationship between Atlant operation and rainfall
was seen as a prerequisite to such an undertaking.

ART is committed to developing experimental designs and statistical methods for
measuring the effects of ion generation and other enhancement technologies, more
generally, on rainfall. This effort has focused on the use of spatial statistics to exploit
correlations in observed rainfall between individual gauges on a daily or even higher
frequency basis and the application of dynamic control areas defined on the basis of
prevailing meteorological conditions.

These spatial statistical techniques were applied retrospectively to the Bundaberg trial
data. It was found that there was a statistically significant elevation in rainfall
downwind of the Atlant site. This is consistent with the hypothesis that ions
generated by the Atlant system were carried to the cloud layer through wind and
turbulence.

The experimental design of the trials and statistical methodology has been the subject
of ongoing exploration and refinement. The decision to conduct the third trial in the
Mount Lofty ranges was a reflection of two factors, First, the trials had been
conducted in Queensland under subtropical and tropical climates, and the Mount
Lofty range trial area allowed the technology to be evaluated under mid-latitude
weather systems, including regular frontal activity. Second, the results from the
Bundaberg trial indicated that a successful trial could potentially generate a substantial volume of rainfall.

The South Australian trial region had experienced an extended period of well below average rainfall,
creating water shortages for commercial and urban users as well as the environment.
A successful trial had the potential to significantly augment supplies in the region.
The results from the first South Australian trial are detailed in the balance of this report.

The Atlant Site in South Australia.

Land and water mass within a 100km radius about the trial site.

 

Results in 2022 – 2023?….Flood for thought  – Mick Raven

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Moorook community rallies to save homes from rising River Murray as peak approaches

River Murray businesses losing income over summer holidays amid flood emergency

River Murray peak passes Renmark, up to 1,800 properties flooded so far

Downstream Murray River communities fear the unknown as water peaks at Renmark

Mypolonga dairy farm ‘underwater’ as Murray River levee bursts with peak still weeks away

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River Murray flooding to be worst in almost 70 years with hundreds of properties already deluged

Flood and fire-prone communities turn to UHF CB radio networks in disaster preparation

Flood-displaced Victorians told to vacate temporary shelter next year despite many having nowhere to go

Melbourne hit by rain, wind and hail in dramatic weather change, with another cool spell forecast for next week

SA Murray River communities rush to prepare as floodwater threatens to inundate properties

South Australia floods expected to inundate thousands of homes as NT town hit by one-in-50-year deluge

Insurance policies cancelled and premiums increase in Riverland ahead of flood peak

Riverland rangers monitoring Indigenous cultural sites for damage as flood peak approaches

Work to repair more than 50 levee banks underway as burst impacts Murraylands town

SES issues warnings for Murraylands towns, as historic Overland Corner Hotel evacuated

When and where the River Murray flooding is expected to peak in South Australia’s Riverland

Floods are engulfing River Murray communities — but irrigators are facing potential water shortages

Owners face uncertainty as levee breach floods Kingston-on-Murray Caravan Park

S.A. FLOOD WATCH AND ACT PREPARE TO EVACUATE

Christmas weather forecast Adelaide, SA to face heavy rain

Spring tracking to become the wettest on record for southeast Australia as wet weekend predicted

 

All across Australia

Australian Defence Force steps in as Kimberley’s flood emergency intensifies

Postcode pricing hikes up home insurance costs for properties outside flood zones

Menindee residents on flood alert as Darling River continues to rise threatening more homes

Floods cut off ‘entire road networks’ near Queensland-NT border as travellers urged to stay put

SES issues evacuation order for Menindee residents as peak Darling River floodwaters near

In 2022, Australia smashed rain records while floods caused record insurance payouts

Urandangi, north-west Queensland, evacuated ahead of biggest flooding since 2009

Northern Territory transport routes remain closed due to flooding

Victoria Daly Mayor Brian Pedwell says people still sleeping on basketball courts days after Timber Creek flood

Conspiracy claims about NSW and Queensland floods fall flat

How an extreme flash flood wiped out Eugowra in NSW

More above-average rainfall, heatwave for Townsville after wettest spring in 20 years

Moama residents frustrated at dirty water as flooding continues to affect filtered water network

Residents of Wyanbene struggling to access supplies, medicine due to regularly high floodwaters

Just months before Lisa’s home was destroyed by floods, her insurer refused to renew her policy

NSW government commits $200m to flood package to improve emergency responses

In flood-ravaged towns like Eugowra, residents face ‘nonsensical’ flood insurance premiums

Increased risk of snakes, spiders and mosquitoes swarming Victorian riverside communities this Christmas

Australia weather What’s behind the country’s rain event

Northern Rivers’ voluntary home buy backs to start NSW Government

What’s happening to Australia’s rainfall 2020

Australia floods Unfounded cloud seeding claims spread online

 

The Science?

Corona discharge – Wikipedia

Rainmachine

RainMaker-International

Cloud seeding

Cloud Seeding – Snowy Hydro

Cloud seeding in Australia Weatherzone for Business

Risking Weather Engineering Fiction or Contribution to Conflict Prevention

Rain-making Control Act 1967 (No. 7637). InforMEA

Rain-making Control Act 1967 Vic Australia pdf

Cloud Ionization, Electric Rainmaking, and Laser-guided Weather Modification 2014

New ways to Water – Australian Rain Technologies 2011

Rainmaking in Middle Eastern Desert Success or Scam Live Science 2011

 

Just for the record – Mick Raven

Weathering the Future

Rain Drops Keep Falling on my Head

Weather or Not

OMG The Sky IS Falling…Literally

Hydro Tasmania asked to explain Cloud Seeding in Catchment Day before Flooding

Climate and floods Flannery is no expert, but neither are the experts

Thousands flee Wagga Wagga floodwaters

 

 

 

 

 

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