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    Inicio > Historias > Weather changing for the masses

    Weather changing for the masses

    And I just got the latest issue of Time magazine, cover date Sept 5, with a special section on innovators, which includes an article on Ross Hoffman called tweaking mother nature. Quote:
    . By introducing small changes to wind speeds and temperature in a computer simulation, Hoffman nudged the course of Hurricane Iniki, which leveled swaths of Kauai, Hawaii, in 1992. Shifts of up to 5 m.p.h. in wind speeds sent the eye of the storm on a track veering 60 miles to the west of the island, and 1??F fluctuations in temperature quelled its destructive wind

    Maybe you don't need Storm for that weather-changing committee.

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