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Using the space-time continuum to make it rain and other odd claims


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Using the space-time continuum to make it rain and other odd claims

Feedback is our weekly column of bizarre stories, implausible advertising claims, confusing instructions and more 13 November 2019 Take a rain cheque Storm clouds are brewing in Australia between a consumer affairs body and an inventor who claims he can control the weather. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission accused David Miles of “preying on…

Using the space-time continuum to make it rain and other odd claims

Feedback is our weekly column of bizarre stories, implausible advertising claims, confusing instructions and more


13 November 2019

Take a rain cheque

Storm clouds are brewing in Australia between a consumer affairs body and an inventor who claims he can control the weather. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission accused David Miles of “preying on people’s desperation”, while the inventor hit back that “if we don’t deliver rain we don’t get paid”.

Farmers seeking a slice of personalised climate change are invited to sign up to three-month contracts, with Miles set to receive A$50,000 in the event of rain. According to Miles’s website, the promised rainfall is achieved by constructing a bridge through the space-time continuum …

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