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If my statements had no other effect than to bring out the valuable information presented by Dingle, it would have been a worthwhile effort. Perhaps my remarks on the possible influence of ice cloud streaks produced by airplanes on rainfall from lower natural clouds could have -been more judiciously worded. While freely admitting that such cases indeed exist and perhaps, as Dingle implies, are not uncommon, I believe that their restriction in time and space on a global scale makes it likelydoi:10.1126/science.173.3995.462 pmid:17770453 fatcat:hi4zggro7rcf5jpewin3srzaci