I have not singled Ash out for any special approbation. In the past six months or so, I have been equally critical of a group called the Weather Rangers, who were planning to try to interfere with hurricanes and tornadoes, and a German-based group who are conducting a desert-greening program in Algeria which caused the heat-wave in Europe and Russia this past summer. And my highly critical over-view of the numerous cloudbusting blunders by James DeMeo remains prominently posted on my website.
I have also been equally critical of Trevor Constable in the past, though since he is now retired from cloudbusting it would be moot to spend time on him now. And I wrote numerous critical posts about the attempt by John Hutchinson to clean up the Gulf oil spill by blasting the water with sound waves without first seeking to find out what effects that might have on the many forms of marine life that navigate by sound and might become disoriented by his undersea noise machine.
My whistle-blowing about Ash is right in keeping with my exposing other individuals and groups who conduct cloudbusting operations that result in disasters. On the other hand, I would like to point out that when someone does cloudbusting that does not cause any problems, I do not criticize. I am not against all cloudbusting. What I am against is improper cloudbusting.
And while man-made radioactivity is a more serious problem, it is not one that I can say anything about that has not already been said by others, while cloudbusting is a topic upon which I can say something the people who read it are not likely to see elsewhere.