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Thai King Permits Queensland, Australia, To Use His Artificial Rainmaking Technology

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Thai King permits Queensland, Australia, to use his artificial rainmaking technology

BANGKOK: -- His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Thursday gave permission to Australia's state of Queensland to use his innovative techniques of artificial rainmaking to combat the region’s ongoing drought.

Prof Dr Soottiporn Chittmittrapap, secretary-general of the Office of theNational Research Council of Thailand (NRCT), said the Thai foreign ministry received a letter from Queensland's premier seeking His Majesty's approval to use the monarch’s artificial rain-making techniques to solve the drought in the state.

Dr Soottiporn said that Queensland will coordinate with the NRCT and the Bureau of Royal Rainmaking and Agricultural Aviation regarding the operation process of artificial rainmaking.

The premier of Queensland stated in his letter that the development of the rainmaking reflects the Thai king's wisdom which is valuable to the world community, said Dr Soottiporn.

King Bhumibol has devoted himself to study and develop the artificial rain technique since 1955 as rainfall is considered crucial for the majority of Thai people whose lives depend on agriculture, while drought remains a common problem in some parts of the country, particularly the Northeast.

After many experiments by His Majesty and the rainmaking team, the operation produced a successful outcome. "Royal Rain" was officially named by the Thai cabinet in 1974, with the formation of the “Royal Rain-Making Operation Office” under the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives in the following year.

Royal rain-making involves a process of precipitate water vapour in the atmosphere, condensed into minute water particles as rain clouds. Further precipitation brought about by cooling brings rainfall.

Thailand’s Intellectual Property Department registered a patent for the royal rain-making to the king in 2003. Two years later, the European Patent Office issued the patent named “Weather Modification by Royal Rainmaking Technology” which is valid in 30 European countries for the Thai monarch. (MCOT online news)

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Fantastic! It is amazing to have a King who has developed such great tools for not only his people, but for others. I haven't heard of any other monarchs who have created so much for their people as King Bhumibol.

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It is a good thing to help the Austrailian drought..

Long live His Majesty

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Perhaps Thailand should try some innovative Oz technology to solve their water problems. This looks like a winner!

www.alternate-energy-sources.com/Whisson-windmill.html

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See, our king is the greatest. The king of kings.

Close. The greatest king on earth for sure and I very much agree. The King of Kings is a title reserved elsewhere ;)

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