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(REPOST) WHY WEATHER MOD FASTTRACK?

Wednesday, January 18, 2006 - FreeMarketNews.com

by Staff Reports
INITIAL POST 01.18.06

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U.S. Senate Bill 517 and U.S. House Bill 2995, a bill that would allow experimental weather modification by artificial methods and implement a national weather modification policy, does not include agriculture or public oversight, is on the “fast track” to be passed early in 2006. This bill is designed to implement experimental weather modification. The appointed Board of Directors established by this bill does not include any agricultural, water, EPA, or public representatives, and has no provisions for Congressional, State, County, or public oversight of their actions or expenditures. Weather Modification may adversely impact agricultural crops and water supplies. Who is going to decide the type of weather modification experimentation and who it will benefit or adversely impact?


1.   1/17/2006 - 16:34:20PM
BY: A. Magnus
If they're passing laws to fund these activities, then the capabilities are already there. This is something to keep in mind the next time you get reports of hurricanes in the South Atlantic or highly charged hurricanes where those storms were never documented as being electrical before.


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