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Physics Explains Why It's Especially Dangerous to Fire Guns at a Hurricane

Storm winds can shift a bullet's path more than you think.
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The Hurricane Arthur path being predicted for 2014 has the former tropical storm hitting North Carolina and it may even reach the level of a category 2 hurricane, which means winds will approach 96 to 110 MPH on the Saffir-Simpson s...

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