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Aquiess RAINAID Project commences delivery of rain
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Aquiess RAINAID Project commences delivery of rain

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From their Doha-based operations, Aquiess experts, the weather modification specialists, have succeeded in achieving rainfall in the devastated drought-hit areas in Sudan and Ethiopia.

Aquiess offered its rainfall technology to break the drought in the region on 18th August 2011, 2011 at the UN FAO Emergency African Ministers Summit in Rome .

“By cultivating two oceanic sources of gentle soaking rain, we have drawn the oceanic rains across the Arabian Sea to the Horn of Africa, notably to dry areas of Sudan and Ethiopia, to help combat the famine,” says David Miles, CEO of Aquiess.

During the last week of September, above-average rainfall of 5- 10 mm – the satellite estimated rainfall anomaly - was observed across eastern Africa in the dry parts of Sudan and Ethiopia. After below-average rains have fallen since July, the above-average rains across Sudan have helped to increase ground moisture and brought relief of current dry conditions.

Aquiess produced the accompanying charts showing the areas where the rain occurred.

Aquiess’s tested technology, known as RAINAID, was seen as critical to break the persistent drought conditions and bring much needed rain to the area, as shown in the above illustration.

David Miles, scientist and founder of Aquiess, commented: “Having spent a decade developing our unique weather resonance system technology, Aquiess has proved once again that it can deliver oceanic rainfall to targeted areas to combat drought and famine. The company has been successful in doing this in more than 80% of cases in Australia, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and USA.”

Aquiess technology, based on systematic delivery of an electromagnetic waveform that resonates with atmospheric weather patterns, adjusts the path of rain bearing cloud systems. These signals then influence global moisture flow patterns and harness the natural moisture ‘rivers’ in the atmosphere to divert these to targeted destinations to create rainfall.

This latest demonstration of Aquiess, which has brought rainfall to eastern Africa, is testimony to the fact that its weather system technology works by harnessing cutting edge satellite technology.











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