Dubai has only four inches of rain each year, making summers unpleasant and cultivation almost impossible (the country imports more than 80 percent of its food). As people strive to stay indoors, cool, and hydrated, meteorologists at the country’s National Center of Meteorology have introduced a unique method that might make a big difference: employing drones to produce precipitation using laser beams.
Cloud seeding is a science that has existed in various forms for several decades. Adding some compounds or chemicals to existing clouds, such as silver iodide, can cause rain or snow.

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