Yes, and they have been ("The Dust Bowl); and, they are more immense here now, as the sandstorms reclaim, the growing deserts; rather than plants and animals for man. Genesis 1:13. Who makes a famine, where so much human need exists? Some vengeful "Gods," who will prove some day perhaps, Ozymandis: "Look upon my works, ye mortals and despair." An inscription written upon itself, a mere pile of stone parts of someone men, took as a "God." Keats reflecting on Erasmus' "In Praise of Folly."