LOS ANGELES, Dec. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Rain on Request, the developer of systems that increase rainfall through ionization stations, launched their Indiegogo campaign on December 1 with the goal of raising $1 million. Rain on Request plans to use the funds to install its first system in Santa Barbara and other systems as their efforts expand.
Rain on Request uses a controlled electric field to influence the local atmosphere as air ionization causes formation of nucleation centers, leading to cloud development and rainfall.
"California is in the midst of a severe drought and Rain on Request's ionization technology supersedes desalination and reverse osmosis technology," says Larry Gitman, campaign manager for Rain on Request. "Our technology, which diverts a portion of the seventy nine percent of evaporated water that falls back in the ocean, represents an incredible proposition that could alleviate the water crisis in California and beyond."
Once the system is set up, it takes 72 hours to initiate rainfall to produce an increase of 50% to 400% of rainfall in the location, relative to the mean seasonal rate. Rain generated by the system will cover an area of approximately 15 miles radius of the ionization station. When rainfall reaches the desired level, it takes approximately one hour to shut off the system.
To find out more about Rain on Request or to contribute to their Indiegogo campaign, please visit https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/rain-on-request-make-it-rain/x/9282009.
About Rain on Request
Rain on Request (ROR) is an eco-friendly rain inducing technology, which was developed by world-renowned scientists from Israel. Through a process called ionization, Rain on Request is able to induce rainfall within a 15-mile radius of a single system and, with a series of systems in place; ROR is able to produce targeted rainfall unlike any other known weather control system in the world. For more information please visit rainonrequest.com.
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