well i was gonna add this to my recent repost on weather control but this guys been doing his homework and has found loads of info on weather modification including the above patents. considering he starts from the standpoint of a pidgeon fancier with a lot of missing pidgeons, a proccupation not known for radical beliefs, he really has followed a rational argument, bringing in tesla, haarp, us patents and a chronology of weather control.
Weather Warfare: Could It Be Affecting Our Racing Pigeons?
: "1. 'US3564253 System and Method for Irradiation of Planet Surface Areas,' Inventor Arthur G. Buckingham, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Issued/File Date, February 16, 1971/January 31, 1967. 'A system and method for generalized irradiation of relatively large surface areas of a planet, such as the earth, the moon, etc. for illumination, heating, weather control.'
2. 'US3608810 Methods of Treating Atmospheric Conditions,' Inventor Eugene K.Kooser, Houston, TX, Issued/File Dates, September 28, 1971/December 5, 1968. 'This patent protects the capability for either making fog conditions or dispersing fog conditions.'
3. 'US3613992 Weather Modification Method,' Inventor Robert G. Knollenberg, on behalf of the United States of America as represented by the Director of the National Science Foundation, Issued/File Dates, October 19, 1971/March 25, 1966.
4. 'US3802971 Pyrotechnic Formulations For Weather Modification Comprising A Mixture of Iodates,' Invented by five (5) scientists from China Lake, California, with the applicant listed as the United States Government on Behalf of the U.S. Navy. Issued Date/Filed Date: April 9, 1974/October 10, 1968.
5. 'US3613992 Weather Modification Method,' Inventor Robert G. Knollenberg, on behalf of the United States of America as represented by the Director of the National Science Foundation, Issued/File Dates, October 19, 1971/March 25, 1966."
a few words and phrases stand out in these patents
Irradiation of Planet Surface Areas
on Behalf of the U.S. Navy
man this guy has done his work! heres a great photo of potentially weather controlled clouds