Weather may be unnaturally severe because of unnatural modification
Admires noted that President Gerald Ford signed an international weather modification act in 1976 and shortly thereafter was able to ski on fresh snow at Vail. Colo. Rep. John Fowler, D-Newtown, observed that airlines, in ads for ski excursions, promise fresh snow or your money back. David Horner of Columbia, an employee of the National Weather Service, declined to express an opinion about Admires opinions. Nor would he comment when Fowler said he had read the Russians were diverting jet streams to make it rain or arid land near the Black Sea, possibly influencing world weather.