Dubbed “the rainmaker,” Hatfield would state during his upbringing that his greatest ambition in life was pluviculture, or the science of “rainmaking.”
Controlling The Weather Has Been Possible Since at Least 1916, Evidence Shows
Ethan Huff with NewsTarget reports:
As of late, it has suddenly become not-so-crazy to suggest that technology exists to manipulate the weather. In fact, the government is all but admitting, at this point, that geoengineering, aka chemtrails, is real and that it is being used to stop “global warming.”
Well, what would you say if someone told you that such technology has not just been around for years or even decades, but for more than a century? A man named Charles Mallory Hatfield, born into a Quaker family in Fort Scott, Kan., in 1875, is one of the earliest known weather makers.
Dubbed “the rainmaker,” Hatfield would state during his upbringing that his greatest ambition in life was pluviculture, or the science of “rainmaking.” He would leave his family business in 1904 to pursue this dream.
History states that Hatfield developed a secret rainmaking mixture containing 23 different ingredients, two of them being dynamite and nitroglycerin. By unleashing this mystery concoction into the atmosphere via evaporator tanks, Hatfield discovered that it was possible to create artificial rain.