No it proves that YOU can't affect the natural forces around you when you might be able to.<quoted text>
Even simpler than that.
At the dawn of Man, ignorant, superstitious people attempted describe the natural world around them in terms that they could understand.
Lightning strikes a tree.
Their conclusion, "The gods must be angry!" That *IS* the simplest response to the unknown and meets Occam's Razor criteria.
It is also incorrect.
We now know what is the cause of, and nature of lightning, that it is the direct result of a static build-up and discharge of electrical energy in a nearby storm cloud, striking a convenient, grounded object.
That is, unless you still feel that lightning is caused because Jesus is pissed off at that particular tree.
We can create our own climate. LOL