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Weather Modifications Act 2005
109th CONGRESS
1st Session

S. 517

To establish the Weather Modification Operations and Research Board, and for other purposes.

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

March 3, 2005

Mrs. HUTCHISON introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation

A BILL

To establish the Weather Modification Operations and Research Board, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

This Act may be cited as the `Weather Modification Research and Technology Transfer Authorization Act of 2005'.

SEC. 2. PURPOSE.

It is the purpose of this Act to develop and implement a comprehensive and coordinated national weather modification policy and a national cooperative Federal and State program of weather modification research and development.

SEC. 3. DEFINITIONS.

In this Act:

(1) BOARD- The term `Board' means the Weather Modification Advisory and Research Board.

(2) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR- The term `Executive Director' means the Executive Director of the Weather Modification Advisory and Research Board.

(3) RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT- The term `research and development' means theoretical analysis, exploration, experimentation, and the extension of investigative findings and theories of scientific or technical nature into practical application for experimental and demonstration purposes, including the experimental production and testing of models, devices, equipment, materials, and processes.

(4) WEATHER MODIFICATION- The term `weather modification' means changing or controlling, or attempting to change or control, by artificial methods the natural development of atmospheric cloud forms or precipitation forms which occur in the troposphere.

SEC. 4. WEATHER MODIFICATION ADVISORY AND RESEARCH BOARD ESTABLISHED.

(a) IN GENERAL- There is established in the Department of Commerce the Weather Modification Advisory and Research Board.

(b) MEMBERSHIP-

(1) IN GENERAL- The Board shall consist of 11 members appointed by the Secretary of Commerce, of whom--

(A) at least 1 shall be a representative of the American Meteorological Society;

(B) at least 1 shall be a representative of the American Society of Civil Engineers;

(C) at least 1 shall be a representative of the National Academy of Sciences;

(D) at least 1 shall be a representative of the National Center for Atmospheric Research of the National Science Foundation;

(E) at least 2 shall be representatives of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the Department of Commerce;

(F) at least 1 shall be a representative of institutions of higher education or research institutes; and

(G) at least 1 shall be a representative of a State that is currently supporting operational weather modification projects.

(2) TENURE- A member of the Board serves at the pleasure of the Secretary of Commerce.

(3) VACANCIES- Any vacancy on the Board shall be filled in the same manner as the original appointment.

(b) ADVISORY COMMITTEES- The Board may establish advisory committees to advise the Board and to make recommendations to the Board concerning legislation, policies, administration, research, and other matters.

(c) INITIAL MEETING- Not later than 30 days after the date on which all members of the Board have been appointed, the Board shall hold its first meeting.

(d) MEETINGS- The Board shall meet at the call of the Chair.

(e) QUORUM- A majority of the members of the Board shall constitute a quorum, but a lesser number of members may hold hearings.

(f) CHAIR AND VICE CHAIR- The Board shall select a Chair and Vice Chair from among its members.

SEC. 5. DUTIES OF THE BOARD.

(a) PROMOTION OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT- In order to assist in expanding the theoretical and practical knowledge of weather modification, the Board shall promote and fund research and development, studies, and investigations with respect to--

(1) improved forecast and decision-making technologies for weather modification operations, including tailored computer workstations and software and new observation systems with remote sensors; and

(2) assessments and evaluations of the efficacy of weather modification, both purposeful (including cloud-seeding operations) and inadvertent (including downwind effects and anthropogenic effects).

(b) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE- Unless the use of the money is restricted or subject to any limitations provided by law, the Board shall use amounts in the Weather Modification Research and Development Fund--

(1) to pay its expenses in the administration of this Act, and

(2) to provide for research and development with respect to weather modifications by grants to, or contracts or cooperative arrangements, with public or private agencies.

(c) REPORT- The Board shall submit to the Secretary biennially a report on its findings and research results.

SEC. 6. POWERS OF THE BOARD.

(a) STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS, AND HEARINGS- The Board may make any studies or investigations, obtain any information, and hold any hearings necessary or proper to administer or enforce this Act or any rules or orders issued under this Act.

(b) PERSONNEL- The Board may employ, as provided for in appropriations Acts, an Executive Director and other support staff necessary to perform duties and functions under this Act.

(c) COOPERATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES- The Board may cooperate with public or private agencies to promote the purposes of this Act.

(d) COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS- The Board may enter into cooperative agreements with the head of any department or agency of the United States, an appropriate official of any State or political subdivision of a State, or an appropriate official of any private or public agency or organization for conducting weather modification activities or cloud-seeding operations.

(e) CONDUCT AND CONTRACTS FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT- The Executive Director, with the approval of the Board, may conduct and may contract for research and development activities relating to the purposes of this section.

SEC. 7. COOPERATION WITH THE WEATHER MODIFICATION OPERATIONS AND RESEARCH BOARD.

The heads of the departments and agencies of the United States and the heads of any other public or private agencies and institutions that receive research funds from the United States shall, to the extent possible, give full support and cooperation to the Board and to initiate independent research and development programs that address weather modifications.

SEC. 8. FUNDING.

(a) IN GENERAL- There is established within the Treasury of the United States the Weather Modification Research and Development Fund, which shall consist of amounts appropriated pursuant to subsection (b) or received by the Board under subsection (c).

(b) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated to the Board for the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this Act $10,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2014. Any sums appropriated under this subsection shall remain available, without fiscal year limitation, until expended.

(c) GIFTS- The Board may accept, use, and dispose of gifts or donations of services or property.

SEC. 9. EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Act shall take effect on October 1, 2005.

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Senate Panel Mulls Weather Modification

After centuries of largely unsuccessful attempts to deal with the constantly changing weather by trying to change it, a bill pending in Washington would give government sanction to efforts to modify the climate.

Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison’s Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Science and Space held a hearing Thursday on a bill intended to promote research into weather modification.

“It is critical that we determine if weather can be modified to the extent that lives are saved and property damage is limited,” Hutchison said.

“This work is vital, especially as we near the end of such a devastating hurricane season.”

The Modification Research and Technology Transfer Authorization Act of 2005 calls for a coordinated national research effort at both the state and federal level and would establish a Weather Modification Advisory and Research Board as part of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

“Hurricanes Rita and Katrina and the recent tornado in Indiana took many lives and destroyed both property and the environment,” Hutchison said.

“By developing sustained research we can provide answers to the issues of predictability and reliability of weather modification research.”
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ABC news: Chemtrails over California
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aerosol
contrail vs chemtrail
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oops...nbc not abc
NBC news: Chemtrails over California
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the chemtrail conspiracy
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contrails or chemtrails?
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THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of Science and Technology Policy
National Security Council
EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE ON
March 29, 1996 Contact: (202) 456-6020
FACT SHEET
U.S. GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM POLICY

The President has approved a comprehensive national policy on the future management and use of the U.S. Global Positioning System (GPS) and related U.S. Government augmentations. Background The Global Positioning System (GPS) was designed as a dual-use system with the primary purpose of enhancing the effectiveness of U.S. and allied military forces. GPS provides a substantial military advantage and is now being integrated into virtually every facet of our military operations. GPS is also rapidly becoming an integral component of the emerging Global Information Infrastructure, with applications ranging from mapping and surveying to international air traffic management and global change research. The growing demand from military, civil, commercial, and scientific users has generated a U.S. commercial GPS equipment and service industry that leads the world. Augmentations to enhance basic GPS services could further expand these civil and commercial markets.

The "basic GPS" is defined as the constellation of satellites, the navigation payloads which produce the GPS signals, ground stations, data links, and associated command and control facilities which are operated and maintained by the Department of Defense; the "Standard Positioning Service" (SPS) as the civil and commercial service provided by the basic GPS; and "augmentations" as those systems based on the GPS that provide real-time accuracy greater than the SPS. This policy presents a strategic vision for the future management and use of GPS, addressing a broad range of military, civil, commercial, and scientific interests, both national and international.
Policy Goals

In the management and use of GPS, we seek to support and enhance our economic competitiveness and productivity while protecting U.S. national security and foreign policy interests.
Our goals are to:

(1) Strengthen and maintain our national security.

(2) Encourage acceptance and integration of GPS into peaceful civil, commercial and scientific applications worldwide.

(3) Encourage private sector investment in and use of U.S. GPS technologies and services.

(4) Promote safety and efficiency in transportation and other fields.

(5) Promote international cooperation in using GPS for peaceful purposes.

(6) Advance U.S. scientific and technical capabilities.
Policy Guidelines

We will operate and manage GPS in accordance with the following guidelines:

(1) We will continue to provide the GPS Standard Positioning Service for peaceful civil, commercial and scientific use on a continuous, worldwide basis, free of direct user fees.

(2) It is our intention to discontinue the use of GPS Selective Availability (SA) within a decade in a manner that allows adequate time and resources for our military forces to prepare fully for operations without SA. To support such a decision, affected departments and agencies will submit recommendations in accordance with the reporting requirements outlined in this policy.

(3) The GPS and U.S. Government augmentations will remain responsive to the National Command Authorities.

(4) We will cooperate with other governments and international organizations to ensure an appropriate balance between the requirements of international civil, commercial and scientific users and international security interests.

(5) We will advocate the acceptance of GPS and U.S. Government augmentations as standards for international use.

(6) To the fullest extent feasible, we will purchase commercially available GPS products and services that meet U.S. Government requirements and will not conduct activities that preclude or deter commercial GPS activities, except for national security or public safety reasons.

(7) A permanent interagency GPS Executive Board, jointly chaired by the Departments of Defense and Transportation, will manage the GPS and U.S. Government augmentations. Other departments and agencies will participate as appropriate. The GPS Executive Board will consult with U.S.

Government agencies, U.S. industries and foreign governments involved in navigation and positioning system research, development, operation, and use.

This policy will be implemented within the overall resource and policy guidance provided by the President.
Agency Roles and Responsibilities
The Department of Defense will:

(1) Continue to acquire, operate, and maintain the basic GPS.

(2) Maintain a Standard Positioning Service (as defined in the Federal Radionavigation Plan and the GPS Standard Positioning Service Signal Specification) that will be available on a continuous, worldwide basis.

(3) Maintain a Precise Positioning Service for use by the U.S. military and other authorized users.

(4) Cooperate with the Director of Central Intelligence, the Department of State and other appropriate departments and agencies to assess the national security implications of the use of GPS, its augmentations, and alternative satellite-based positioning and navigation systems.

(5) Develop measures to prevent the hostile use of GPS and its augmentations to ensure that the United States retains a military advantage without unduly disrupting or degrading civilian uses.
The Department of Transportation will:

(1) Serve as the lead agency within the U.S. Government for all Federal civil GPS matters.

(2) Develop and implement U.S. Government augmentations to the basic GPS for transportation applications.

(3) In cooperation with the Departments of Commerce, Defense and State, take the lead in promoting commercial applications of GPS technologies and the acceptance of GPS and U.S. Government augmentations as standards in domestic and international transportation systems.

(4) In cooperation with other departments and agencies, coordinate U.S. Government-provided GPS civil augmentation systems to minimize cost and duplication of effort.
The Department of State will:

(1) In cooperation with appropriate departments and agencies, consult with foreign governments and other international organizations to assess the feasibility of developing bilateral or multilateral guidelines on the provision and use of GPS services.

(2) Coordinate the interagency review of instructions to U.S. delegations to bilateral consultations and multilateral conferences related to the planning, operation, management, and use of GPS and related augmentation systems.

(3) Coordinate the interagency review of international agreements with foreign governments and international organizations concerning international use of GPS and related augmentation systems.
Reporting Requirements

Beginning in 2000, the President will make an annual determination on continued use of GPS Selective Availability. To support this determination, the Secretary of Defense, in cooperation with the Secretary of Transportation, the Director of Central Intelligence, and heads of other appropriate departments and agencies, shall provide an assessment and recommendation on continued SA use. This recommendation shall be provided to the President through the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and the Assistant to the President for Science and Technology.
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is this some of the...other...that is under "the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy"? yes...it is.


Project Summary

* Evaluate 1:1 and 1:N use of biometrics in U.S. visa issuance and at U.S. ports of entry to detect attempted entrance on the part of national security threats; assess ability of biometric technologies to process tens of millions of unique entrants, and hundreds of millions of border crossings, in challenging operational environments

IBG Responsibilities

* Evaluated current operations and processes at U.S. consulates and ports of entry
* Evaluated biometric-related legislative requirements in USA PATRIOT and Enhanced Border Security and Visa Reform Act
* Developed detailed concepts of operation for each visa/POE operational scenario
* Addressed impact of U.S. and international standards efforts, e.g. M1 and ICAO, on biometric technology selection and system architecture
* Provided recommendations on global enrollment of several million visa entrants through self-service kiosk network
* Developed "off-card storage" recommendations for transactional authentication at land, air, and sea POEs
* Provided recommendations on multiple-biometric 1:N and 1:1 system design
* Identified major risk areas and independent variables
In mid-2002, IBG was engaged by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) to evaluate the role of biometric technologies in the upcoming Border Entry/Exit system, a project designed to substantially revise the manner in which aliens enter and exit the U.S. IBG provided OSTP with detailed technology recommendations based on (1) extensive requirements gathering and (2) development of detailed concepts of operation for 1:N, 1:1, and watchlist applications. IBG's evaluation extended to include storage alternatives, impact of the Entry/Exit program on U.S. relations with both visa waiver and non-visa waiver countries, and the limitations of program efficacy due to vulnerabilities in U.S. and Canadian ID methods.
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White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

OSTP is led by a Director and four Associate Directors, all of whom are Presidentially-appointed and Senate-confirmed. OSTP is organized into four divisions:

* Environment Division
* National Security and International Affairs Division
* Science Division
* Technology Division

OSTP
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NSTC--------------PCAST
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SCI TECH ENV NSIA

OSTP's Responsibilities
The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) provides expert advise to the President in all areas of science and technology. Through the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC), OSTP helps the President coordinate science, space, and technology policy and programs across the federal government. The President's Committee of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) ensures public sector involvemnet in the work of OSTP and the NSTC.

The daily work of OSTP includes:

* Advising the President and the Executive Branch in policy and budget development on all questions related to science and technology (S&T).
* Leading an interagency effort to develop and implement S&T policies and budgets across Federal agencies.
* Coordinating the Federal government's research and development efforts to maximize the return on the public's investment in S&T.
* Fostering strong partnerships among Federal, State, and local governments, and the scientific community in industry and academe.
* Communicating the President's S&T policies and programs to Congress and addressing the need for appropriate resources.
* Advancing international cooperation in science and technology.
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OSTP: Environment Division
OSTP's Environment Division ensures:

1. a sound scientific and technical underpinning for environmental policies, and
2. an interagency R&D strategy for environment and natural resource issues.

Priority policy areas include global climate change, ozone depletion, loss of biological diversity, desertification, deforestation, pesticides and toxic substances, urban and regional air quality, environmental technologies, water quality, hazardous a1nd solid waste, natual hazards, and marine pollution. The Division also has responsibility for promoting risk analysis and environmental education programs, and supporting the development of regional ecosystem approaches to environmental protection.

Robert Watson
Associate Director for Environment
Relevant OSTP Publications and Testimony:

* Environmental Technologies Strategy
* Global Environmental Issues
* Technology for a Sustainable Future: A Framework for Action provided by the Global Network for Environmental Technology
* Bridge To A Sustainable Future
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where is doom? there is some real dooooom here. more on OSTP during clintons time.

As highlighted at the recent Cairo conference, the world's population, which is growing at a record rate, combined with growing per capita consumption, has put us on a collision course with our natural environment. Environmental degradation has become apparent all over the planet on all scales from local air and water pollution, to global loss of plant and animal diversity, to alterations in the earth climate system. Clearly, our relationship with nature has changed profoundly.

Two years ago, the world met at the Rio Earth Summit to re-examine our relationship with spaceship earth. There we pledged to work for sustainable development and to protect the environment for future generations.

Since the birth of the modern environmental movement, there has been a concerted effort to remedy the rift with the rest of nature. We have made much progress. The quality of our air and water in the U.S. has improved in many places thanks to strong environmental laws. The people here in this room the scientists, the engineers, the policy makers, the industry leaders have been instrumental in that effort.

However, we still have far to go:

-- Last year, millions of people in major US cities such as Milwaukee, New York and Washington DC had to boil their water in order to protect themselves. Thousands got sick from their tap water; some died.

-- 70 million Americans 1/3 of our population live in communities where the air is dangerous to breathe.

-- An entire generation is growing up unable to swim in our rivers and fish in our streams. More than a third of our rivers and lakes are not suitable for fishing or swimming even though we have made a commitment to make them so 20 years ago.

-- Municipal landfills and hazardous waste sites mar our landscape and threaten human health. One in four Americans lives within four miles of a toxic dump site.

On a global scale, the size of the environmental challenge is immense:

-- The world population growth is on an upward momentum. While fertility is fortunately on the decline, the absolute increase in population per year is reaching record numbers.

-- Around the world, depleted water supplies and centuries of land misuse have turned what used to be good farmlands into deserts and millions are forced off their land and have become refugees.

-- At the same time, almost all major ocean fisheries are classed as fully exploited with large numbers of fish species being so thoroughly harvested that they are no longer viable food supplies. Exacerbated by high technology
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21 Feb 2007
Aerosols: The Last Frontier?
Filed under:

* Climate Science
* FAQ
* Aerosols
* IPCC

— group @ 11:37 am - (po flag)

Guest commentary from Juliane Fry, UC Berkeley

The recently released IPCC 2007 Fourth Assessment Report Summary for Policymakers reminds us that aerosols remain the least understood component of the climate system. Aerosols are solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere, consisting of (in rough order of abundance): sea salt, mineral dust, inorganic salts such as ammonium sulfate (which has natural as well as anthropogenic sources from e.g. coal burning), and carbonaceous aerosol such as soot, plant emissions, and incompletely combusted fossil fuel. As should be apparent from this list, there are many natural sources of aerosol, but changes have been observed in particular, in the atmospheric loading of carbonaceous aerosol and sulphates, which originate in part from fossil fuel burning. While a relatively minor part of the overall aerosol mass, changes in the anthropogenic portion of aerosols since 1750 have resulted in a globally averaged net radiative forcing of roughly -1.2 W/m2, in comparison to the overall average CO2 forcing of +1.66 W/m2.
(more...)
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a decent bit (with links) on owning the weather for military use.

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Toxic Sky? Part 1
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Toxic Sky ? - Part2
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covers water testing showing changes in the water.

have you had your hair analyzed?
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Clouds of Death


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we've had the technology for 50+years, who knows what other countries can ensue!
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Video is awesome
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modify the weather, yes we can
controlling it, a big fat resounding NO

the chaos/butterfly theory applies here
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Where is crotch-sniffer and noxious, and that little chimp RAUPP? Helllllooooo… you out there losers?
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yeah stay away from the hard ones boi's... hate to see you actually earn any of that money.
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and no body listens to you!!! :D
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modify the weather, yes we can
controlling it, a big fat resounding NO

the chaos/butterfly theory applies here
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i agree, i wonder if some of the 'wild' weather of late is a result of them trying to mess with it.





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