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Read an Interesting article. Do you think the Salt Sink Theory could work?
      Thu Jul 19 2018 10:55 AM

REad an article on Medium about the Salt Sink Theory and I wanted to know from you guys if we can actually use it to prevent hurricanes from forming. If it does actually work, why haven't it been applied. Your thoughts and comments, please.
https://medium.com/@tomcartney/the-power...pe-6ff3c2956179

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