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Re: Read an Interesting article. Do you think the Salt Sink Theory could work?
      Sun Aug 05 2018 03:00 PM

Thought this interesting topic deserves some discussion. I've seen this before (as well as different versions of it - using other technology to disrupt SSTs ahead of tropical cyclones).

Personally, I think it could work, but with a great many known, unknown and known unknown unintended consequences. Hurricanes are part of the natural order of the earth's climate system. They pull heat and moisture from the equatorial regions and send them to higher latitudes. This has gone on, one could assume, ever since we first had warmer oceans near the equator and colder oceans at the poles.

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* Read an Interesting article. Do you think the Salt Sink Theory could work? Handymancopy Sun Aug 05 2018 03:00 PM
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