A person who genuinely feels he is injured by weather modification has no effective remedy because of the tremendous expense in what will probably be a futile effort with his insurmountable proof problems. Weather reports and records are of very little probative value in individual cases because of the variations as to individual properties. A program that changes the weather by its very nature becomes the legitimate concern of widespread interests that are represented by a cross section of society as a whole. A few states have weather modification programs, but by and large they are concerned with the administrative issuance of permits and are not equipped to handle the gritty legal problems of weather modification. If weather modification is good for the majority in society, but bad or harmful to the few, then the majority that enjoys the benefits ought to pay the injured minority.