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Re: hurricane politics
      Fri Nov 18 2005 11:22 AM

... and he alludes that he is in the process of writing a direct rebuttal to the now infamous Emanuel text as well. Good, poignant stuff.

I was particularly struck by Dr. Gray's observation that most meteorologist have remained quite on the issue, lest they get branded a right wing bigot, lose respect and credibility. It is unfortunate that it has come to that… and equally unfortunate that Hank’s thread title bears the gravitas it does.

Then again, I think of the hurricane politics like in the day of Isaac Cline. Now that was bad.


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