Ohio State, USA


GeoEngineering methods release hazardous emissions into our atmosphere including unnatural electromagnetic radiation pollution and other toxic agents like aluminum and sulfur dioxide, contributing to severe health problems that threaten people, especially children, birds, bees, wildlife and all of nature.


The Atmosphere Protection Act Introduced in Ohio


Ohio residents may contact House members to urge them to co-sponsor and support HB 529, the Atmosphere Protection Act. Contact info for House Representatives HERE


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Ohio History – Did You Know?

First Successful Cloud Seeding
W.D. Bancroft was the first man to seed clouds successfully.

“Cloud seeding is an attempt by human beings to have clouds produce precipitation. Typically, humans fly airplanes into the clouds and disperse various chemical compounds to cause the precipitation. Bancroft, who was a professor at Cornell University, was the first man to successfully seed clouds. On January 5, 1923, he succeeded in seeding clouds at McCook Field in Dayton, Ohio.”



Ohio rain and snow sample analysis

Dayton, Ohio Rain 4ZG / 5/15/17


Dayton, Ohio April 3, 2018


West Chester, Ohio  Snow March 3, 2019


Sept. 11, 2022 Vandalia, Ohio Rain Sample Analysis



Aluminum     Barium      Magnesium     Strontium     Sulfur Dioxide     Sulfuric Acid


US Patent 3,630,950

Combustible compositions for generating aerosols, particularly suitable for cloud modification and weather control and aerosolization process

Link To Patent Here






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