Future Chat

By Rob Attrell, Mike Attrell & Nick Maddox


This is a discussion show about science and technology, looking at the big picture and debunking bad science. Tune in each week for a glimpse into the future.
97 episodes
since Jul, 2015


Nick and Mike wrap up the summer with a discussion of their learnings from the Flying Into Hail event in Calgary, hosted by the Alberta Hail Suppression Project. We hear about how the project contracts Weather Modification International to reduce hail damage in an area of Alberta’s Tornado Alley by way of cloud seeding – a fleet of planes at Springbank and Red Deer Airports regularly fly into our most violent storms aiming to mitigate hail damage by cloud seeding with flares.Links:@ChasinSpin on Twitter (organizer of Flying Into Hail event)Cloud Seeding (Wikipedia)Future Chat is a part of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB.This episode sponsored by:ATB | Applying 3H methodology at ATBBack To School Again Podcast | Norquest College      
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