There are now so many human interventions going on in the atmosphere that the specific cause of each individual incident no longer matters. We will simply have to get used to the idea that any fool who finds out from some website how to make a cloudbuster is free to do whatever he pleases with the weather. And there are already far too many doing it to keep track of.
This "volkscloudbusting" is largely an internet-driven phenomenon, and the only way to stop it would be total world-wide censorship of the internet, with strict laws against any mention of how to make or deploy a cloudbuster and strict enforcement by every government on earth. Obviously, that is not going to happen. The internet has let the cat out of the bag and nothing can be done about it now.
The end result is going to be atmospheric chaos, a total breakdown of climate stability and so much variation and going to extremes that it is only a question of when, not if, all ecosystems collapse. The breakdown is happening now, and the silly global warming nonsense is hiding it by providing an easy excuse for it. As long as the scientific community keeps telling everyone the problam is greenhouse gases, nobody will pay attention to the real problem, cloudbuster gamesters playing with homemade cloudbusters.
I am just sick and tired of playing Jimminy Cricket to these people, so I have quit trying to sound the alarm. I know what is ahead for this planet and I do not like it, but since there is nothing left to do, I am not going to waste any more effort trying.
There is one hope, and only one. That is that agriculture will become impossible first, before the total ecosystem collapses. If the humans can no longer get food from farming, they will die off, at least most of them, leaving only a few scattered survivors who can live by hunting and gathering, the cloudbuster players along with the rest of them, so the problem of too many people playing with cloudbusters will end along with the rest of the human domination of the earth, and the remnants of the earths ecosystems may then be able to recover.
So it has come down to a contest between the two: which will collapse first? Agriculture or all terrestrial ecologies? If agriculture goes before all life becomes impossible, the decrease of human population will give the rest of the life on earth some space to recover. If agriculture does not collapse soon enough, the mess will go on until total eco-devastation brings down all life.
One or the other is certain. The only question is which one will happen first?