But to create formation of cloud itself, chemicals have to be used. But yes, if its just shooting salt pockets into clouds I wouldn't worry too much about it.
Cloud seeding has been around since the 1950s. The use of dry ice and silver iodide hasn't proved harmful as the silver which could be considered harmful or dangerous dissipates before rainfall hits the ground... when studied in a lab directly without the reaction then yes it can be considered harmful but the studies done all over the world where cloud seeding has been done no side effect or harm has been caused.I think carbon monoxide poisoning is something that needs much more concern...
Thank you for your feedback, as it has never been done in my region I do wonder what negative things may result from it.
Thank you for sharing the info, I had no idea it could cause people with hay fever to become worst.Why do they use cloud seeding in your area? Is it for farming?
I only seem to get near grass. I don't we do in uk yet.
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Cloud seeding over the ocean can also be used to reduce the temperature of the earth by increasing the Albedo of it.
Well, that is worrying...
Just imagine making you pay for rain!!!