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Randy A. Peppler

the environment that held knowledge of it in high esteem. Kerr discusses weather modification, specifically cloud seeding with dry ice to produce rain that could then be captured and stored. He had been involved with Senate colleagues in 1950s legislation that led to the Advisory Committee on Weather Control, which published a final report in 1958. About weather control, he says in his book, “It is frightening to speculate on what could occur, if an enemy should master the mysteries of weather

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(Arctic); Antweiler 1998 , 2004 ; Cruikshank 2001 ; Jennings 2002 ; Ford et al. 2006a , b ; Crane et al. 2010 ]. The agriculturalists described typical days in which information was sought from official sources, then socialized at morning coffee gatherings. It was then modified by personal weather observations while out in the fields, and observations of what other farmers were doing, forming a situational awareness or insight that might lead to modification of the day’s plans and activities

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