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Eight States Are Seeding Clouds to Overcome Megadrought

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This is not a page from a science fiction novel. “Cloud seeding” is a real practice—in fact, it’s been around for decades. It’s used today to boost precipitation in at least eight states across the western U.S. and dozens of countries around the world.

But there is little evidence to show that the process is increasing precipitation.

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