Drought is not beyond our control

During drought conditions in the southwestern United States, town councils arrange for cloud seeding. Indian tribes powwow and perform rain dances. People meet and pray for rain. The pillars of these organizations tote their umbrellas along. Drought is the topic until rain finally comes.

But even then, nobody doubts that drought will return. It always has.

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