The Story of Artificial Clouds; All the answers?Submitted by doctor011 on Sun, 09/15/2013 - 08:06
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QHpYr...! Oceano, CA; February 6, 2013 — A documentary video posted to YouTube by an amateur climate researcher has the online world buzzing with a new debate: Do human-made clouds significantly affect the climate?
Skywatcher, a 25-minute presentation about weather modification and climate change, explains that humans are dispersing cloud-seeding chemicals, most commonly silver iodide, into the atmosphere globally for the purpose of increasing precipitation.
According to Dave Dahl, the writer and producer, cloud seeding programs have proliferated across the US and around the world since the invention of silver iodide by Dr. Bernard Vonnegut (brother of the famous author Kurt Vonnegut) in the 1960s, and especially in the last 20 years as water needs continue to increase.
"We started cloud seeding in the 1940s using dry ice," says Dahl. "But in the 1960s we started using silver iodide, and its use has grown exponentially every decade since then. Now the majority of states in the US and at least fifty other countries use this method for weather modification to increase rain and snowfall." Dahl says he recently became aware of several facts that compelled him to produce Skywatcher. www.artificialclouds.com