Comment: Your "US Weather Modifation Archive" is very helpful. Thanks.

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Your "US Weather Modifation Archive" is very helpful. Thanks.

Sempiternal,

Thank for your weather report.

"The trouble ain't that there is too many fools, but that the lightning ain't distributed right."

Your link above is very helpful. Keep on supporting Ron Paul

This archive weather document confirms many projects by official code name and admits success & failure. Especially, with the unreported, unusual names, searches are likely to find relevant hits.

Showing link with Mark Twain annotations. Thanks Sempiternal.
http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA283033&Location=U...
Pg 11 Various agents were used, including silver iodide, dry ice crystals, and chaff. In comparing the results from 10 storms that were seeded against a control group of 18 unseeded storms, there appeared to be a 75 percent reduction in lightning strikes in the modified storms.2 This was judged to be statistically significant although the experiments were not strictly randomized.
[Mark Twin "Lightening strikes...."]

Pg 13 Another project which aimed to alter the weather began in 1952 under the
sponsorship of the U.S. Forestry Service. This was Project Skfvre which sought to prevent lightning from igniting forest fires. The basic principle was to try to cause artificial corona discharges between numerous tiny conductors introduced into the storm and thereby harmlessly dissipate its electrical potential.'4 Various agents were used, including silver iodide, dry ice crystals, and chaff. In comparing the results from 10 storms that were seeded against a control group of 18 unseeded storms, there appeared to be a 75 percent reduction in lightning strikes in the modified storms.2 This was judged to be statistically significant although the experiments were not strictly randomized.
[ Mark Twin.. "Lightening strikes again... Still working on distribution..."]

Pg 14... probably the most famous undertaking and certainly the most germane to this paper. This was the cloud seeding operations carried out by the U.S. military... Southeast Asia from 1968 to 1972...

... objective of inhibiting the logistical operations of the North Vietnamese along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. The operation came to be known by a variety of codenames: Popeye,
Intermediary, Compatriot, and Mdorpool. It was highly classified at the time and known only to the President, a few high-ranking military officers, and the assigned aircrew. We had come a long way since Mark Twain- something was being done about the weather, but nobody was talking about it
[ Mark Twin.. Look for the "distribution" of these Code Names to search archives]

[ Mark Twin...This quote is not mine. “Mark Twain- something was being done about the weather, but nobody was talking about it” ]

P 20 Conclusion
Military weather modification is not a fantasy-it is a fact Both offensive and
suppression techniques have already been employed by military forces engaged in various
conflicts ranging from the Second World War to Vietnam. The success of these operations is controversial, the ethics somewhat doubtful and the practicality Is questionable, but they have still occurred.

[Mark Twain "The End" of "US Government Archive on Weather Modification."

[ Mark Twin.. Confirmation of my lead off quote:
"The trouble ain't that there is too many fools, but that the lightning ain't distributed right."]

Thank you Sempiternal.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul