Miles Research has successfully developed an innovative atmospheric programming technology that harnesses cutting-edge developments in applied sciences and computing. Our interdisciplinary system aims to deliver turn-key weather-adjustment solutions to sovereign governments. Our team is currently assembling a technology consortium to facilitate the world's first remote disaster intervention platform, with Toowoomba, Qld as the pilot location. We have been developing proprietary technologies for over two decades, testing, calibrating and converging on a commercial pathway for this technology. At Miles Research, we are driven by a vision to help mitigate the impact of natural disasters, protect lives and property, and promote global resilience.
Our technology permits direct engagement with converging, near-future weather events by targeting pre-event dynamics within the atmosphere. Our Weather Moderation capabilities have already been demonstrated to a variety of stakeholders, including government observers, the United Nations' Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO), and the World Food Program (WFP), as well as private clients and observers around the world. With these capabilities, we can increase rainfall for farming regions enduring drought, and reduce wind and temperatures for communities facing devastating fire conditions. This means our technology has the potential to make a significant impact on the lives of people around the globe, supporting efforts to enhance food security, protect property, and save lives in the face of natural disasters.
Mankind has been unable to physically reach interstellar exoplanets to examine potential for life (so far). Our ability to intervene in near-future catastrophic threats has also been historically limited by a formidable time horizon. Breaching this impasse has traditionally been relegated to the realm of the divine / gods. However, Miles Research, backed by strategic partners, has dived deeply into an [IP protected] solution that permits editing of Newtonian mechanics, during the convergence of weather. Such technology breaks through traditional limits of human intervention in weather patterns, offering new possibilities for protecting lives and property against natural disasters, and all the while avoiding environmentally unsustainable use of harmful chemicals and toxins.
For millennia, humanity has suffered the catastrophic impacts of natural disasters, with losses continuing to rise despite significant advancements in earth and space sciences. According to Munich Re's NatCatSERVICE, the cost of global natural disasters in the last decade has exceeded 1.3 trillion USD, equivalent to the GDP of Australia.
David Miles, CEO Miles Research 2022
I have dedicated my life to developing a solution since the early 1990s when I realised that like the human genome, a deeper, invisible coding must exist behind all weather phenomena. Miles Research, my company is committed to exploring this mystery with the goal of harnessing the power of an emerging weather programming technology, for the benefit of humanity. I am proud of my team of pioneers, working with a growing customer base, shareholders and supporters, to chart the necessary new course towards a more resilient and sustainable future.