Nowadays, I'm seeing a drastic increase in usage of cause in place of because, especially in written English. People are in such a hurry, that a statement like below passes off like Standard English:
It rains cause clouds form in the sky, and that happens cause of water vapor, and vapor forms cause of trees and forests.
Is this particular use of cause in place of because in danger of getting into the Standard English Dictionary? Do you think it is correct?