Clark, I was just coming here to ask you, ...what in the sam hill? Guess this is FSU's contribution to Hurricane Preparedness Week.
C-squared, I'm sure the timing is deliberate, and I can guess as to who or what is behind it.
What we're referring to is this text that appears when you go to look at the cyclone phase diagrams:
"Notice: Florida State University has mandated effective 24 May 2006 that no real-time weather forecasts relating potentially in any way to hurricanes are to be disseminated by faculty or students at FSU. Consequently, this web page has been shut down UFN. A contact email and phone number to register complaints will be posted here soon."
Nice to know you, Clark. We'll hear from you again after you graduate? Just kidding; actually, I think if you add a disclaimer to all your posts -- say, in your signature -- FSU can't control what you do on your own time.
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