Oregon Statutes – Chapter 558 – Weather Modification

Posted: April 23, 2013 in Atrocities, Geo-Engineering
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Oregon Statutes – Chapter 558 – WeatherModification – Section 558.210 – Incorporationfor weather modification; limitations as to area.

Any designated area within a county bordering the Columbia River and having a population of less than 21,000, according to the latest federal decennial census, or within two or more of such counties, may be incorporated as a weather modification district for the purpose of:

(1) Causing or attempting to cause by artificial means condensation or precipitation of rain, snow, hail, moisture or water in any form contained in the atmosphere; or

(2) Preventing or attempting to prevent by artificial means the natural condensation or precipitation of rain, snow, hail, moisture or water in any form contained in the atmosphere. [1969 c.698 §3]

 

558.010 Definitions for ORS 558.010 to 558.140. As used in ORS 558.010 to 558.140:

(1) “Department” means the State Department of Agriculture.

(2) “Person” includes any public or private corporation. [1953 c.654 §1; 1955 c.61 §4]

      558.020 Purpose of ORS 558.010 to 558.140. The purpose of ORS 558.010 to 558.140 is to promote the public health, safety and welfare by providing for the licensing, regulation and control of interference by artificial means with the natural precipitation of rain, snow, hail, moisture or water in any form contained in the atmosphere. [1953 c.654 §2]

      558.030 Artificial weather modification prohibited without license. No person, without securing a license from the State Department of Agriculture, shall cause or attempt to cause by artificial means condensation or precipitation of rain, snow, hail, moisture or water in any form contained in the atmosphere, or shall prevent or attempt to prevent by artificial means the natural condensation or precipitation of rain, snow, hail, moisture or water in any form contained in the atmosphere. [1953 c.654 §3]

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