This morning I was going over Feeds on Twitter when I saw a video with the former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson in the thumbnail. Upon clicking the video to play, I was immediately impressed by what Clarkson appeared to say. I mean who wouldn’t?
In the video, there was this gigantic machine by NASA which supposedly was spewing out artificial clouds. The said cloud rose high up into the sky and later started falling down as rainfall.
Immediately I saw it’s potential benefits around the world. NASA in partnership with the African governments could place these ‘rainmaker’ machines around the Sahara and Namib desert to produce rainfall. That way, human suffering brought by famine could be a thing of the past.
Forget about Lil Wayne, NASA can really make it rain – literally making the raindrops fall out of the sky. This technology should be spread around the #Sahara Desert something for the @AfDB_Group @AfricanUnionUN @_AfricanUnion to think about @StateHouseKenya #africa #tech pic.twitter.com/PFHF073xfT
— Felix Omondi (@flexxmosh) May 23, 2019
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