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Hurricane Sandy and the Myth of the Big Government-Vs.-Small-Governmen t Debate -- Matt Tiabbi
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Kit
- 628 days ago - rollingstone.com
Quite a shock the other day to look out my window in Jersey City, and see the Hudson River rushing over what used to be the street in front of my building. For nearly three days my dog and I played Robinson Crusoe and Friday, sleepily watching-->
Scientists Find the Color of the Oceans Effect Hurricanes!
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Lisa
- 1439 days ago - sciencedaily.com
A change in the color of ocean waters could have a drastic effect on the prevalence of hurricanes, new research indicates. In a simulation of such a change in one region of the North Pacific, the study finds that hurricane formation decreases by 70%!
Can Bill Gates Stop Hurricanes? Scientists Doubt It
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Angela
- 1788 days ago - cnn.com
Gates and a dozen other scientists have raised eyebrows by submitting patent applications for a technology to reduce the danger of approaching hurricanes by cooling ocean temperatures.
Why Global Warming Means Killer Storms Worse Than Katrina and Gustav
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Peter
- 1886 days ago - climateprogress.org
Hurricanes can get much, much bigger and stronger than we have so far seen in the Atlantic. The most intense Pacific storm on record was Super Typhoon Tip in 1979, and was nearly half the size of the USA. Learn how global warming stimulates these storms.
2008 Forecast Predicts 7 Hurricanes
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- 2421 days ago - news.aol.com
The noted Colorado State University hurricane research team predicted on Friday that 13 tropical storms will develop in the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season, of which seven would strengthen into hurricanes. The team formed by forecasting pioneer William
Swarms of Tiny Aircraft Could Track Hurricanes
Science & Tech  (tags: aircraft, hurricanes, research, technology, weather )

Laurel
- 2426 days ago - technology.newscientist.com
Swarms of miniature airplanes that could someday track hurricanes, helping researchers make better predictions about the storms' course and strength, are being tested in the US.
Experts Warn Fla. About Climate Change
Science & Tech  (tags: Florida, hurricanes, environment, safety, ClimateChange, globalwarming, weather )

Mari
- 2452 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Scientists and economists Tuesday warned lawmakers of consequences Florida faces from climate change, including more destructive hurricanes and a rising sea level, but they also said the state could be a leader in reducing global warming.
   

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