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15th Sep '16 11:01:54 PM Killerikala
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* In an episode of Radio/TheMenFromTheMinistry [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff (Well, the Finnish version anyway)]] a scientist creates one, and fills their office with fog after being dismissed for being crazy. One of the main characters uses the machine to help Britain to win in several sports, but it's revealed that modifying weather in one place also affects the weather somewhere else; Thus the main characters end up jumping around the world fixing the weather, but keep messing it up even more.

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* In an episode of Radio/TheMenFromTheMinistry [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff (Well, ([[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Well, the Finnish version anyway)]] anyway]]) a scientist creates one, and scientist, angry for being accused of being crazy, fills their the main character's office with fog after being dismissed the same machine he was laughed for being crazy. One minutes earlier. Now seen the power of the machine, the main characters uses the machine promise to help look over it, but start using it to help/cheat Britain to win in several sports, but it's revealed sports. Then they find out that modifying changing weather in one place also affects causes it to change in other places, and the weather somewhere else; Thus the main characters two end up jumping around the world fixing the weather, globe trying to fix what they started, but keep messing it up even more.
2nd Sep '16 2:27:26 PM fgenzo159
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* In ''[[ComicBook/BlakeAndMortimer S.O.S. Meteors: Mortimer in Paris]]'', Mortimer uncovers the villains' EvilPlan to use a network of meteorological stations in order to manipulate West Europe's weather. The whole infrastructure is powered by [[ArtisticLicensePhysics Ball Lightning]]. The main objective is to create a fog in which the nitrogen level of air gets lower, turning everyone in the streets "bonkers" by breathing more oxygen, including the cops and army, this way allowing these countries to be ''invaded''. Yeah.

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* In ''[[ComicBook/BlakeAndMortimer S.O.S. Meteors: Mortimer in Paris]]'', Mortimer uncovers the villains' EvilPlan to use a network of meteorological stations in order to manipulate West Europe's weather. The whole infrastructure is powered by [[ArtisticLicensePhysics Ball Lightning]]. The main objective is to create a fog in which the nitrogen level of air gets lower, turning everyone in the streets "bonkers" by breathing more oxygen, including the cops and army, this way allowing these countries to be ''invaded''. Yeah.
2nd Sep '16 2:26:13 PM fgenzo159
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* In ''[[ComicBook/BlakeAndMortimer S.O.S. Meteors: Mortimer in Paris]]'', Mortimer uncovers the villains' EvilPlan to use a network of meteorological stations in order to manipulate West Europe's weather. The whole infrastructure is powered by Ball Lightning. The main objective is to create a fog in which the nitrogen level of air gets lower, turning everyone in the streets "bonkers" by breathing more oxygen, including the cops and army, this way allowing these countries to be ''invaded''. Yeah.

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* In ''[[ComicBook/BlakeAndMortimer S.O.S. Meteors: Mortimer in Paris]]'', Mortimer uncovers the villains' EvilPlan to use a network of meteorological stations in order to manipulate West Europe's weather. The whole infrastructure is powered by [[ArtisticLicensePhysics Ball Lightning.Lightning]]. The main objective is to create a fog in which the nitrogen level of air gets lower, turning everyone in the streets "bonkers" by breathing more oxygen, including the cops and army, this way allowing these countries to be ''invaded''. Yeah.
2nd Sep '16 2:24:19 PM fgenzo159
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* In ''[[ComicBook/BlakeAndMortimer S.O.S. Meteors: Mortimer in Paris]]'', Mortimer uncovers the villains' EvilPlan to use a network of meteorological stations in order to manipulate West Europe's weather. The whole infrastructure is powered by Ball Lightning. The main objective is to create a fog in which the nitrogen level of air gets lower, turning everyone in the streets "bonkers" by breathing more oxygen, including the cops and army, this way allowing these countries to be ''invaded''. Yeah.
2nd Aug '16 8:32:57 PM Kirayoshi
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* The villain in ''Series/TheAvengers'' episode "A Surfeit of H20" had technology that could create localized rainstorms severe enough to drown his opponents in rainwater.


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* The villain in ''Series/TheAvengers'' episode "A Surfeit of H20" had technology that could create localized rainstorms severe enough to drown his opponents in rainwater.
2nd Aug '16 8:30:52 PM Kirayoshi
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* The villain in ''Series/TheAvengers'' episode "A Surfeit of H20" had technology that could create localized rainstorms severe enough to drown his opponents in rainwater.
31st Jul '16 3:02:40 PM nombretomado
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* DCComics has the ''ComicBook/TheFlash'' [[RoguesGallery Rogue]] the Weather Wizard. Traditionally he uses a wand with weather control technology built in, though there have been some indications he actually has innate weather powers.

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* DCComics Creator/DCComics has the ''ComicBook/TheFlash'' [[RoguesGallery Rogue]] the Weather Wizard. Traditionally he uses a wand with weather control technology built in, though there have been some indications he actually has innate weather powers.
16th Jun '16 4:30:29 PM nombretomado
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* ''TenchiMuyo OAV'': An brief off hand line by Sasami in the suggests that Jurai has weather control technology.

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* ''TenchiMuyo ''Anime/TenchiMuyo OAV'': An brief off hand line by Sasami in the suggests that Jurai has weather control technology.
20th May '16 1:01:17 PM Morgenthaler
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* The weather is controlled by humans in ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd''. They went on the fritz after suffering damage during the East Meg (former Soviet block) invasion of Mega City One, making the climate shift rapidly between snow storms and heat waves. The low visibility in particular worked to the advantage of the hit-and-run tactics carried out by Judge Dredd's guerilla forces.
* One of ''TheSmurfs'' once built such a device. Things soon went awry.

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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'':
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The weather is controlled by humans in ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd''. They humans. These devices went on the fritz after suffering damage during the East Meg (former Soviet block) invasion of Mega City One, making the climate shift rapidly between snow storms and heat waves. The low visibility in particular worked to the advantage of the hit-and-run tactics carried out by Judge Dredd's guerilla forces.
** Deadworld also used to have machines to regulate the weather. The Dark Judges commandeered them to poison the population and kill off the biosphere.
* One of ''TheSmurfs'' ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' once built such a device. Things soon went awry.
30th Mar '16 7:59:29 AM dlchen145
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*** Except when it's done within U.S. borders, apparently, since cloud seeding is regularly performed over the various remote military installations in California and Nevada (Edwards AFB, White Sands, etc). It's considered more effective there because there aren't a whole lot of clouds over those unholy wastelands in the first place.
** It is not known [[IncrediblyLamePun whether]] or not this works.
*** It works, but it's unclear whether it is to effective degree or not.

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*** Except when it's done within U.S. borders, apparently, since cloud seeding is regularly performed over the various remote military installations in California and Nevada (Edwards AFB, White Sands, etc). It's considered more effective there because there aren't a whole lot of clouds over those unholy wastelands in the first place.
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place. It is not known [[IncrediblyLamePun whether]] or not this works.
*** It works,
seems to work, but it's it is unclear whether if it is actually works to an effective degree or not.degree.
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