"For ages people have wondered how to make rain and change weather! Now we have a weather machine for those in need, so that the farmers will no longer face the troubles of drought, heavy rain or cold! Rain, as much you need. Warmth, as much as you need. Sunlight as much as you need. Clouds? If you want them. Buy your own home-edition now!" was the long commercial in the radio. Marcus turned it off.
"Should we buy it?" asked Marcus's wife, Helen.
"We are no farmers. Everyone else in this excuse of a city will buy that anyway," Marcus said. "I have a bad feeling about this. That machine is so phantasmagoric."
Marcus turned out to be right. Everyone else who just could afford the machine bought it. All of a sudden all around the world, wherever the machine could be shipped, the weather went out of control as many machines could change it in a different way. The more machines, the worse it was.
"We should move out somewhere the machines won't follow us. Siberia, maybe," Marcus said to Hel