America wanted to attract more people to the Western frontier, where the air was dry and hot.
The first American settlers cut down millions of trees to deliberately engineer climate change
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Some then chose to believe that “rain follows the plow” — that if you broke the sod and plowed the soil, rainfall would increase.

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