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Scientists predict a busier-than-normal hurricane season in 2007. A… 
22nd-May-2007 12:28 pm
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Scientists predict a busier-than-normal hurricane season in 2007.

A subtropical storm has already grown to large enough proportions to be named; hurricane season has not even officially started yet. No storms made landfall last year, but with an above-average prediction this year, we may not be so fortunate. The NOAA advises those that may be affected to update their preparedness plans - this is not us, but we should still be aware (particularly RedX participants).

Additional information here.
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22nd-May-2007 10:00 pm (UTC)
Now I remember why I follow you. You're as crazy as I am.
22nd-May-2007 10:08 pm (UTC)
I fail to see how trying to accurately quantify the risks and benefits of a hypothetical situation involving hurricanes and my ability to stop them qualifies me as insane. Prudent, perhaps... procrastinatory, certainly. But insane? Now you are just slinging mud.
22nd-May-2007 10:17 pm (UTC)
Oh, I'm not saying this because I have any room to talk.

And it's not mud, it's fellow-feeling!
22nd-May-2007 10:25 pm (UTC)
I will admit it was not entirely my idea - Kent and Wayne at Colorado State were quite interested to hear my ideas on the subject. I am only glad they are there and I am here, if only to preclude any more poking and electrodes.
22nd-May-2007 10:34 pm (UTC)
I bet you they're still harassing you over email though, aren't they? From what you've said about the gentlemen, they don't seem like the type to let go easily.
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