According to Natural News, the controversial practice of cloud seeding to control weather is indeed moving out of the shadows and into the light. One company is now offering cloud seeding services to wealthy families wanting to plan a day of clear sunny weather in advance of important events. The cloud seeding service is even advertising a wedding package that promises a clear sunny day for up-and-coming brides and grooms. That's right; at the right price, a wealthy family can manipulate the weather forecast for an entire region of people so they can have the perfect wedding day.
The cloud seeding service is currently being offered for destination weddings in France. The company plans to expand its weather manipulation efforts into the UK. The cloud bursting procedure uses silver iodide to seed clouds a day before the wedding or important event. This causes water vapor to rapidly condense around the artificial clouds, pulling the moisture out of the air. Within 24 hours, the seeded clouds let out rain. The next day, the sky clears up and the sun shines through.
The company, Oliver's Travels, promises wedding planners a "100 percent guarantee [of] fair weather and clear skies for your wedding day!" The project takes around three weeks total to complete. An airplane, pilot and meteorologist are hired to be on the ground at the wedding spot in France a week before the big day.
The real question to ask: "Is it ethical to control an entire region's weather, and how do mass sprays of questionable particles overhead affect future weather patterns and the health of all people and the environment?"
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How does artificial cloud seeding put mankind's health at risk as massive amounts of unknown particles fall from the sky? Scientists must validate how particles from cloud seeding and geoengineering infiltrate the environment and are absorbed into the body, causing internal damage. One unsafe practice that puts the population at risk already is the burning of leaded aviation fuel in the sky. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, 571 tons of lead is dumped each year over our heads from aircraft alone.
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