U.S. scientists learned how to artificially make snow
American scientists have learned to please people in the US with snow, which is called Christmas eve.
Professor, Colorado Barbara Jefferies argues that through a process called cloud seeding, scientists can artificially make snow. Currently, there are a program of seeding clouds in at least nine States in the Western United States and in 50 countries, including Australia, India and Saudi Arabia. Although the weather may seem like science fiction, this technology has been around for several decades.
Scientists during a laboratory experiment found that dry ice (solid carbon dioxide) causes the crystallization of moisture. Then with the use of aircraft dry ice pellets into the clouds and initiate artificial snow.
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