Burn fuel to produce water?

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China needs more water. So it’s building a rain-making network three times the size of Spain


The system, which involves an enormous network of fuel-burning chambers installed high up on the Tibetan mountains, could increase rainfall in the region by up to 10 billion cubic metres a year — about 7 per cent of China’s total water consumption — according to researchers involved in the project.
The chambers burn solid fuel to produce silver iodide, a cloud-seeding agent with a crystalline structure much like ice.
Source: South China Morning Post
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