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Sage of Quay Radio - Jolie Diane - Awakening Lawmakers [...]

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Sage of Quay Radio - Jolie Diane - Awakening Lawmakers to Geoengineering (May 2016)…
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I have posted information on Quora as well to challange the trolls and the wilfully ignorant of this grave scientific disaster…
Saturday 7 May 2016, 01:00:37
That was exceptional. I'll definitely be sharing this with those I know. Seems the perfect wake up call for them, with an excellent strategy for seeing our presence felt and some true justice served. Great show, many thanks!
Saturday 7 May 2016, 05:01:59
Here's the letter to which Jolie refers. We aim to place further links and documents to support this action accessible in the Resource section of the FCP site.

December 13, 2005

The Honorable Kay Bailey Hutchison
United States Senator
284 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

Dear Senator Hutchison:

This letter is in response to S. 517*, “the Weather Modification Research and Development Policy Authorization Act of 2005,” reported out by the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation on November 17, 2005 (Senate Report No. 109-202). While the Administration recognizes the Committee’s interest in weather modification research and development, there is a host of issues -- including liability, foreign policy, and national security concerns -- that arose in the past and should be adequately considered before the U.S. Government undertakes the coordinated national research program this legislation would require.

The Administration respectfully requests that you defer further consideration of the bill pending the outcome of an inter-agency discussion of these issues that the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) would coordinate – with the Department of Justice on legal issues, with the Department of State on foreign policy implications, with the Departments of Defense and State on national security implications, and with pertinent research agencies to consider the reasons the U.S. Government previously halted its work in this area. At the conclusion of this review, the Administration would report back to you on the results of these discussions so you are fully apprised of all possible issues associated with authorizing a new Federal program on this topic.

Specifically, the Administration believes concerns in the following areas must be better understood:

Local Political & Legal Ramifications

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.

The legal and liability issues pertaining to weather modification, and the potential adverse consequences on life, property, and water resource availability resulting from weather modification activities, must be considered fully before the U.S. Government could take responsibility for this new research program.

International and Foreign Policy Implications

Small and large scale (e.g., hurricane) weather modification efforts could benefit the United States to the detriment of other countries (such as Canada or Mexico).

Given global weather patterns, whether one country “owns” its weather so as to assert intra-border control with extra-border consequences, must be considered under present international conventions.

The manner in which such a program could benefit or harm the present U.S. positions on foreign policy matters, such as global warming/climate change, should also be considered.

National Security Implications

The U.S. Government’s previous weather modification programs were part of our Cold War history; restarting them today could promote (possibly hostile) foreign responses.

In 1978, the United States became a party to an international treaty banning the use of weather modification for hostile purposes. While modification for peaceful purposes is allowed, whether well-intentioned programs could be considered “hostile” and perceived to violate this ban should be considered.

Research Issues

The Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) primary atmospheric and meteorological research focus is on improving weather forecasting, which has proven to save lives and property. NOAA abandoned weather modification activities some time ago in favor of other research areas that more directly relate to the agency’s core mission and responsibilities.

Redirecting funding to focus on weather modification can shift funds away from other important programs such as research to improve weather forecasting capabilities for severe weather events and research to better understand climate variability and change.

In addition to discussing these concerns on an interagency basis, and in recognition of your interest in this area, OSTP would be willing to charter a study to address the above issues. This study would be conducted by the Science and Technology Policy Institute (STPI), a federally chartered research and development center that provides objective, technical advice to OSTP.

The study would address the history and current status of weather modification research. Such a study will help us understand the technical position of this field of science, the significance of the issues discussed above, and the field’s historical context.

The Administration requests that you not move forward with your legislative proposal until a better understanding can be developed of the full range of possible implications.

Thank you for your consideration.


John H. Marburger, III Director

cc: The Honorable Ted Stevens, Co-Chair
Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation

The Honorable Daniel K. Inouye, Co-Chair
Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation (End)

Saturday 7 May 2016, 11:31:36
Further links from Jolie:Subject: Weather Modification Official Projects…

Weather Modification Programs

NOAA Reported Weather Modification Activities
2012 NOAA Weather Modification Programs 12WXMOD5 partial | Link
2011 NOAA Weather Modification Programs 11WXMOD5 partial | Link
2010 NOAA Weather Modification Programs 10WXMOD5 | Link
2009 NOAA Weather Modification Programs 09WXMOD5 | Link
2008 NOAA Weather Modification Programs 08WXMOD5| Link
2007 NOAA Weather Modification Programs 07WXMOD5 | Link
2006 NOAA Weather Modification Programs 06WXMOD5 | Link
2005 NOAA Weather Modification Programs 05WXMOD5 | Link
2004 NOAA Weather Modification Programs 04WXMOD5 | Link
WMO Reported Weather Modification Activities (worldwide)
Register 2003-2004
Register 2005-2006
Weather Modification, Inc. Projects

RE: Official Policy / GAO Report 2010:…

Geoengineering was banned in 2010 by 193 nations @ the UN: TO PROTECT ALL BIODIVERSITY ON EARTH.……

Rhode Island House Bill H-7578 introduced in February 2016

Saturday 7 May 2016, 11:56:01
continued.....THE PROBLEM: Pollutants described in the tutorial below, match those in our current lab test analysis reports.
Atmospheric Geoengineering with Aluminum Aerosols / Harvard Professor David Keith…

Pre-Existing State EPA Regulations / MDE mission statement:

"To protect and restore the environment for the health and well-being of all Marylanders.”….pdf

Sulfur dioxide is the most significant contributor to the fine particle problem, playing a significant role in creating regional haze that decreases visibility.
Health effects associated with ozone include decreased lung function, asthma attacks, and eye irritation. Excess levels of fine particles can cause premature deaths, heart attacks, and respiratory problems.


Saturday 7 May 2016, 11:57:48
and a free download link to a pdf of the 'comic' book by Anna Maria Riezinger & James Clinton Belcher…
Saturday 7 May 2016, 12:23:06
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