November 26, 2021 | According to PubChem, silver iodide is classified as a long-term environmental hazard that is very toxic to aquatic life and a combustible agent. In spite of this fact, California and other USA States have a weather modification agenda, with a long history of cloud seeding. According to a 2008 study, cloud seeding aerosols actually act to suppress precipitation.
Annual Cloud Seeding Report_Huasna-Alamo_Santa Barbara
“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…” Link
California Climate Action Plan_May 2021