February 8, 2024 | Zero Geoengineering | SF0075 was introduced in the state of Wyoming relating to water development projects and providing appropriations for aerial cloud seeding and weather modification.
It is notable that so many of the states experiencing ongoing drought and water scarcity have been engaged in decades of cloud seeding and weather modification, that is known to cause drought according to peer reviewed literature.
For example, the 2008 study, “Flood or Drought How Do Aerosols Affect Precipitation,” evaluating decades of weather modification states: “The radiative effects of aerosols on clouds mostly act to suppress precipitation, because they decrease the amount of solar radiation that reaches the land surface, and therefore cause less heat to be available for evaporating water and energizing convective rain clouds.”
From Rutgers law collections is a publication titled, Cloud Seeding The Technology of Fraud and Deceit, which begins, “The purpose of this publication is to expose the fraud, deceit and dangers of uncontrolled and unregulated cloud seeding; to reveal to the public that cloud seeding is not rainmaking and that 90% of all cloud seeding is employed expressly for the purpose of decreasing rainfall. Also, that cloud seeding is the weapon responsible for our serious air pollution problems.”
Also see New Mexico House Bill 130 (Introduced) 2024-02-06
Right now policymakers and constituents in more and more states are disputing and rejecting the practice of atmospheric experimentation that involves the release of chemical aerosols and other hazardous emissions, including electromagnetic radiation pollution – without their consent.
According to the 2020 North Dakota Law Review article, 30 US states have laws that allow for weather engineering.
A 2005 letter from the Office of Science and Technology Policy acknowledged that because “small scale weather modification (e.g., cloud seeding) may promote rain in one area to the detriment of another, weather modification could result in inter-state (including Indian Tribes) litigation or private citizen litigation against the modification programs.”
Thus, “making rain” in one area also means the possibility of stealing rain from one’s neighbors.
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