At the revival Bartok tries to explain rainmaking in terms of nucleation promoting evaporation in a rain cloud. That's kind of backwards. A nucleus, a speck of dust or a crystal of salt or even an airborne bacterium, has water condense around it to start a raindrop. Seeding clouds with crystals to trigger raindrop formation was studied as late as the 1960s.
Take Ramos. He studied comparative theology at Harvard.
Ernest Pratt: Really? Theology?
Huitzilopochtli Ramos: A good scientist always hedges his bets.
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