June 10, 2023 | ZeroGeoengineering.com | According to The National Weather Modification Policy Act of 1976 (P.L. 94-490), the U.S. Secretary of Commerce and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and other government agencies are engaged in atmospheric and weather modification research and in international atmospheric science activities.
See Link to Recent NOAA Reports Below
The following report provides historical information and details mechanisms for federal coordinating and financing weather modification activities.
Biden DOC Secretary Gina Raimondo confirms her role in managing the national weather service HERE
November 1979 |A Report to The President and The Congress
“The Administration recognizes the need for close public scrutiny and involvement in weather modification programs but does not believe that it is necessary or desirable for an independent board of private citizens to manage such Government programs. The advisory committee recommended by this report parallels others successfully established on other national research and development programs in the past under existing authorities. Such a committee can provide valuable scrutiny of the planning and conduct of the Federal program as it is carried forward.” p. 92
Link To Document HERE
NOAA Weather Modification Project Reports
Link To Source HERE
Initial Report on Weather Modification Activities by Luke Iseman of Make Sunsets Incorporated – Project Date Range is 2/12/2023 – 3/23/2223.
No proof of safety or environmental impact statement is included.
Link To NOAA Report HERE
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The Rain Enhancement Experiment WMO International : “During the last twenty-thirty years considerable work has been done in Russia on the development of methods and technical means to dissipate some forms of clouds and preventing or substantially reducing precipitation amount over protected areas.”