Are you sure you know the world?
What you thought was true yesterday is no longer true. From time to time, we completely change our worldview when someone comes along and says, “We’ve been wrong about the way we see the world all along,” and gives us a new pair of glasses. It happened when Charles Darwin, or Albert Einstein, or Ray Dalio did to us with their outrageous claims at the time. It’s happened yet again, and this time we’re going to change what we know about the weather. Blame James Lovelock. His theory of the Earth’s self-regulating ecosystem is about to change the way you see the world. The application of this theory would solve the problems of droughts and flash floods.
The right temperature and the right humidity are essential for life to thrive. It turns out that life forms have coevolved with their environment to create the right conditions according to the theory. Although James Lovelock did not claim that life forms control the weather, it appears that this may be the case. It seems that for every anomalous rainfall, one can find a large-scale movement of ungulates that took place exactly 21 days before the corresponding rainfall. How do these seemingly unrelated events relate to each other? It is difficult to explain the underlying mechanism of this phenomenon. At the moment we know nothing about it. What we know and what we should care about is that we can put it into practice to save ourselves from drought and floods.
James Lovelock said that no one fully understands his theory including himself. The coevolution of rainmaking lifeforms with the environment may be another manifestation of the Gaia theory. Every grand theory has been confirmed by beautiful experiments. This time we should also make it historical and memorable. I am working on a fundraising campaign and I encourage you to participate in the experiment to show that rainmaking is possible. We will do this by celebrating James Lovelock’s birthday. On July 26, 2022, he will turn 103 years old.
And then we can talk about turning the Sahara Desert into green wetlands...
I’ve been writing about this possibility for over a year now. It is quite possible that there are people out there who could be carrying out the rainmaking experiments discreetly without giving credits. Unfortunately, such a person does not respect the work of another person. They think it is just dumb luck. This is understandable because most of us don’t think that people have worked hard enough to get what they get. Otherwise, they could have invited to experiment a man brave enough to relentlessly go against dogma, who worked hard enough against all odds to come to this lucky discovery, and who was generous enough to share it.
Your name will be in history, do you care how you will be remembered when we are gone? Sort this question out.