My own observations confirm this. Artists, kindergarden teachers, animal trainers, and gardeners make the best cloudbuster operators. Farmers, physicists, and engineers are the worst. The gardeners, animal trainers, and teachers of small children are those that are used to dealing with the vagaries of living systems.
People coming from physics and engineering tend to want the atmosphere to do what they want it to, and to do the same thing every time, and they think that if it does not, there is something wrong. Farmers want to dominate and control nature, not leave it alone to produce whatever it may.
The proper demographic to target for education on cloudbusting is children. After the age of 17 or so, it is impossible to learn it properly. By that age the culture has got them and it is too late. Kids grasp the principals immediately and can be trusted to use it responsibly. Adults cannot learn it and cannot be trusted with it, with only a few exceptions.
I hope this helps explain why I take such a dim view of the efforts of people like DeMeo to win converts among armored scientists and farmers, who would make an even greater mess of things if they ever learned how to intervene in the weather.
I would support a project to teach cloudbusting to children. But as far as adults are concerned, I will always try to convince them that Reich was a crackpot and orgone does not exist.