|Mother nature would not approve|
Scientists in Switzerland have come upon a new idea. Making it rain with laser beams. The old method, called 'cloud-seeding', used dry ice and silver-iodine to get clouds to beef up and fall down in areas that may have needed a good drenching.
The technology, although very interesting, is very hazardous. First of all, they're pointing lasers into the sky. Never a good idea. Just ask a few pilots and see if they like the thought of being blinded by some pocket-protector wearing scientist working on a 'theory'. Secondly, you just don't mess with the weather.
I'm never for messing with nature. The more we mess with her, the more she's going to mess with us. Balance is the best thing she does. Why do I refer to nature as a female? Well, her wrath is very woman-like. I've once been 20 feet away from a lightning strike and it felt just like when I've been griped out by a fed-up woman. I survived both instances, but have learned to avoid both in my wiser years.
So, if you see someone trying to dance for rain, laugh and dance with them. But if you see someone pointing a technological marvel into the sky, slap the device out of their hands and tell them that someone has to pay for their idea of 'helping'.