Are the gardens of your estate thirsty for some good old fashioned rain? In a future not so far away you could solve that problem easily by picking up a custom weather modification kit. You could from your own backyard seed those stubborn clouds above you and, well, make them rain. Just how far away is this technology? Not far, if you can click on a link to the web site for Weather Modification, Inc. This company, based in Bowman, North Dakota and established over 50 years ago, can help you seed the clouds above you, using ground-based or air-based technologies. The ground-based technology involves the use of special flares, though the company advises air-based procedures promise better results. Weather Modification, Inc., a corporate member of the American Meteorological Society has an impressive client list around the world, including the U.S. Department of Defense, The National Hurricane Center, and the Naval Surface Warfare Center. They cite projects in over 14 countries and offer other services besides cloud seeding. The subject of weather modification is something that has been mostly off the media radar, not that a company such as Weather Modification, Inc. has anything to hide. And of course this brings us to the subject of chemtrails, a term that become endeared to many who see chemical spraying by aircraft in the sky as something of a cover-up, a practice that is on-going but denied by the U.S. government and other world governments.
If we make the leap from weather modification for understandable purposes such as cloud seeding, to say, aerosol geo-engineering for purposes of electromagnetic modifications and radar modification it turns into another subject. This subject will undoubtedly take you into the world of chemtrails, a hotly debated affair where the non-believers are as fervent as the believers. It's almost like red state versus blue state and con versus lib politics in America, only in this case we're talking chemtrails versus contrails. Now we enter into the secret world of governments, military and media denial.
I believe that in order for the chemtrail advocates to find more acceptability of their theories they first must abandon the moniker chemtrails - it has become contaminated by a smaller but more vocal group of full-time government conspiracy believers, people who don't just focus on aerial spraying but everything and anything they say the government is doing to destroy the world. A lot of ordinary folks giggle and back away from you when you say chemtrails. They might listen if you use another term.
Geo-engineering would be a better term and is already in use by more professional people investigating the subject of covert aerial spraying. Ironically the practice does not lend itself well to covertness since thousands of sane people have seen the spraying under clear blue skies. It should be conceded to anti-geo-engineering proponents that sometimes - not always- they are actually seeing contrails, simply condensation.
There are some vocal people who say there has never been a single aerial spraying by any entity private or government, but that argument is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain as more people are drawn into the subject and want to know for themselves what is going on in the skies above them besides God, thunder and the rain.
As for authentic weather modification, it's definitely something you will hear more about as the industry continues to progress. I see it as a multi-billion dollar industry by the end of the decade. It brings to mind an image in the not-so distant future, an idyllic scene at a country house where a little girl has her face pressed against a window dripping outside with rain. "Mama, make it stop raining." The mother looks up from her chores in the kitchen and says, "O.K. darling. I'll get daddy to send up some flares." The little girl runs to her mother and hugs her. "Thank you mommy, now I can fly my bike."- Preston Brady III, MobileTribune.com