The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has a tropical storm and hurricane data archive that stretches back to 1851. But looking at each
storm individually doesn’t have nearly as much impact as seeing them all projected onto a map at once. Data visualization expert John Nelson
combined data on historical storms’ paths and intensities to create this stunning image, where the color of a dot represents that storm’s
Oh wow. Great find! I knew that some areas were always hit a lot harder than some other places, but the map really shows us exactly where. It makes
it a lot easier to understand why the USA says it wants to be able to control the weather. S&F for you
As nutty as that sounds, perhaps you have something there that's worth exploring. There are some innovative ideas put out by people who are trying
to find uses for old tires and plastic, for example. If the will were there, I bet the current situation could be improved.
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