22 March 2018 | The Oklahoma Water Resources Board |
"In FY-02 and FY-03, Congress appropriated more than $3 million to establish the Weather Damage Modification Program (WDMP), a multi-state weather modification research program, including Oklahoma. Administered through the Bureau of Reclamation, the regional, multi-state research program was established to scientifically verify the potential benefits of weather modification technology in mitigating weather-induced hazards."
• Link To Oklahoma Panhandle Wildfire Burns Several Homes, Prompts Evacuations
• Link To California Wildfires: Role of Undisclosed Atmospheric Manipulation and Geoengineering
• Link to PubChem Silver Iodide Hazard
“The major hazards encountered in the use and handling of silver iodide stem from its toxicologic properties. Toxic by all routes (ie, inhalation, ingestion, and dermal contact), exposure to this odorless, light yellow, crystalline substance may occur from its use in seeding clouds for rain-making…”