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Weather Modification Articles

[03/15/2006] States Look to Regional Cloud-Seeding
Needing more water to keep up with growth, Arizona and the six other Colorado River Basin states are looking to the sky. » More

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, health or public oversight, is on the “fast track” to be passed early in 2006. » More

[02/15/2006] Chertoff Jokes About Regulating Weather
Looking for a strategy to prevent disasters like Hurricane Katrina? Try regulating the weather, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff joked Monday. » More

[11/08/2005] Weather terror 2: Russia and the rogues
Despite what experts tell us, the technology currently exists to actually control the weather—and specifically, nature\'s most destructive type of storm: the hurricane itself. » More

[11/02/2005] U.S. Military Wants to Own the Weather
The one-two hurricane punch from Katrina and Wilma along with predictions of more severe weather in the future has scientists pondering ways to save lives, protect property and possibly even control the weather. » More

[10/26/2005] Is it the weather or government terror?
Government manipulation of weather for terror and destruction is one pattern your local weatherman is surely not pointing out. So let me help with the forecast, past, present and long-range. » More

[10/10/2005] Ben Livingston: Cloud physicist has eye on hurricane control
Livingston\'s findings deal with hurricanes and what scientists call weather modifications. His research includes 265 missions into the eyes of hurricanes and he calls himself maybe the \"most disgusted\" person in the country about Hurricane Katrina. » More

[10/10/2005] Weather War?
British government papers, just released by the National Archives, show that throughout the Seventies there was deep mistrust between the two superpowers over environmental warfare. The documents reveal that both the US, which led the field, and the Soviet Union had secret military programmes with the goal of controlling the world\'s climate. » More