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Sandy in Context

The following Op-Ed was published, after I received an invitation to write it on Halloween, in the Friday, November 2, 2012, edition of The New York Daily News.  I remember reading Alvin Toffler’s “Future Shock” in high school during the 1980s, … Continue reading

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Peak Winds Approaching Rhode Island Right Now

Dangerous Hurricane Sandy is increasing in size and intensity as it approaches the Greater New York metropolitan area. According to meteorologist Ryan Maue of Weatherbell Analytics, the city is “insufficiently prepared.” After initially downplaying storm surge from the hurricane, New … Continue reading

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Computer Models: Hurricane Sandy to Slam Northeast

Top-of-the-line computer models have been forecasting a devastating blow delivered by Hurricane Sandy to the Northeast early next week for several days now. In the computer model scenarios, Sandy could come ashore anywhere from Maryland to Cape Cod and would … Continue reading

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