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Global Weather Control Using Nuclear Reactors on Geographic Poles

Authors: Moninder Singh Modgil

Geographic north and south poles are key points in global atmospheric dynamics. Taking chaos theory into account, any large perturbation in the local atmospheric velocity field at the geographic poles, has the potential of effecting weather patterns all over the globe. Generating thermal upcurrents in the atmosphere at the geographic poles using heat from nuclear reactor, opens up the possibility of benign global weather control - and a globally temperate climate.

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[v1] 6 Mar 2011

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