If you are finding Laser Technology In Clouds Making &8211; Geneva University pic, reviews or photos Sclick.net takes them here for you to use. We only gather the highest quality Laser Technology In Clouds Making &8211; Geneva University pics, information or reviews for our visitors to use. Sclick.net staff and users continually bring fresh electronic or cool gadgets reviews.
The weather is getting hotter and hotter, are human on earth making their own giant baking oven by keep on allowing global warming’s contributing factors to cherish in our planet?
At least, the Geneva University’s scientists have come out with a laser technology that is capable to ‘squeeze’ water from air, both indoors and outdoors, creating rainmaking clouds on any preferred location.
“This is the first time that a laser was used to condense water from both laboratory experiments and from the atmosphere,” says Jérôme Kasparian of the University of Geneva, a coauthor of the study. The work appeared in the May 2 Nature Photonics.
Atmospheric scientists have been trying to build artificial clouds since the 1940s, with mixed success. The most popular method, shooting particles of silver iodide into the sky, relied on the fact that raindrops need something to condense around.
Although it is a clever technique, John Latham from the National Center for Atmospheric Research said, he is quite skeptical about using laser technology to create rain on demand. As in order to produce rainfall, in requires many conditions to achieve.
[ Source: Wired ; ScienceNews ; NewScientist ; University of Geneva ; National Center for Atmospheric Research ]
Sclick.net is a gadgets review with figures, graphics, photos, images, videos, and such blog with webmaster’s comment. The materials are uploaded by visitors or webmaster. All of the content on this blog (including figures, graphics, photographs, images, video recordings, something like that.) is covered under Canadian, US and international copyright and trademark laws. These pictures, graphics, photographs, images, video recordings, etc. have been collected from various public sources including different web sites (blogs, etc.), considering to be in public domain. The information offered by Sclick.net is for general info purposes only, and are property of their respective owners. Sclick.net does not claim to have exclusive rights on all posts, pictures and videos published. We have no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the blog or the data. If you find any content, figures, graphics, photographs, images, video recordings, etc. that you believe shouldn’t be here, mail me a del notice.