CIA, science agency spend $630,000 on climate control experiment
The CIA helping to spend $630,000 on a project that is trying to figure out whether or not humans can control the weather, Nextgov reports.
The project, which is being run by the National Academy of Sciences, will spend just short of two years looking into how much humans can control weather patterns and seeing how much manipulating the atmosphere impacts climate change.
Nextgov says that scientists involved in the project will look into different types of geoengineering and weigh the risks and advantages of executing them.
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