Dynagel is an urban legend that a company in South Florida was developing. The legend was that the company would be able to release a gooey substance that would suck the moisture out of a hurricane, thus weakening the storm.
Dynagel is, in fact, an actual product. They use it to make jello.
Of course, this is one of many creative ideas people have thought of to stop a hurricane, ranging from use of nuclear weapons to a series of airhoses with holes placed at the bottom of the ocean to cause upwelling.
All of these systems have been discounted time and time again.
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