25 September 2021


As the models get better, the disaster gets smaller.

This is how science is supposed to work.  Hypothesis, experiment, data, refined hypothesis lather, rinse, repeat.

East coast of Florida is unhappy with the best case from the most detailed model, but not devastated and out forever.  They've survived hurricane storm surges higher than that.

The tsunami will come without wind and rain.  Better than a hurricane surge by far.

Fingers crossed.

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