Earth's hurricanes are puny by comparison
NASA managed to look inside a 12-mile-high cake slice of the storm
NASA imaged a 12-mile-high cake slice of the storm.
Adaptation measures would strengthen local resilience to sea level rise and the next Superstorm Sandy.
Hurricane Sandy wasn't a "superstorm." Not because it wasn't a "super" "storm," but because "superstorm" is an imaginary scare-term that...
The white stuff can stick around and ruin, well, pretty much everything. That puts the officials trying to fix it...
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