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Will drought be a thing of the past now?

It sounds like a way to end world hunger; a cloud maker. In the clip below you can see British presenter Jeremy Clarkson standing near a gigantic machine, constructed by NASA, that allegedly produces rain clouds. Could it be?




Publication date: 4/10/2018

 


 

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