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The Man Who Wanted to Use Nuclear Weapons to Stop a Hurricane

WarIsBoring Security, A bad idea--for many, many reasons.  There are few natural forces that kill so many and cost so much as the hurricane. Hurricane Katrina killed more than 1,500 people and Hurricane Sandy flooded lower Manhattan. Neither New Orleans nor New York City have completely recovered. We can’t stop them. The best thing we can do is run away or, failing that, take cover.
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