January 22, 2024 | ZeroGeoengineering.com | Weather Modification Hearings in the U.S. House of Representatives Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee were held on October 31st and November 7, 1967 on H.R. 9212 and H.J. Res. 688.
The discussion involved authorizing the Secretary of Commerce to carry out a comprehensive program in the field of weather modification and included establishing and coordinating a system of international weather modification cooperation with the United Nations WMO, federal agencies and academic institutions.
Such efforts have continued over the decades and remain ongoing at the present time.
SEC. 102. As used in this Act–
(a) The term “weather modification” includes any intentional or inadvertent artificially produced changes in the composition, behavior, or dynamics of the atmosphere.
(b) The term “operational activities” means the construction and the systematic use of devices and systems for weather modification with intent to achieve a planned and continuing substantial result of social, economic, commercial, biological, or medical significance.
Decades of weather and climate modification without meaningful safety regulations and environmental protection has resulted in weather and climate extremes often mischaracterized as “climate change.”
Many states are beginning to take legislative action to fill the gaps in weather modification governance with regulatory prohibition to protect life and property.
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