Conservatives of Reddit, what are your thoughts on President Biden deciding not to nuke hurricane Ida?
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How are you supposed to fight sharknado without a nukenado?
Not a conservative, but please tell me this is something we can all agree is a good thing? Right? Please don’t make me lose faith in humanity.
People of Reddit, why do you have to ask political questions that are actually just meant to be an insult instead of initiating actual productive conversations.
Man I don’t even know shit about nuking hurricanes, is the theory that the explosion would break up the clouds or disrupt the air flow within the hurricane or something? I can’t imagine setting a fuckin nuke off in the Gulf of Mexico would be great for wildlife, and maybe the fallout or whatever would get carried by wind to land where people live too. Oh shit what if it doesn’t fuck up the hurricane and the fallout gets trapped in the wind of the hurricane and now you got a fuckin nuclear hurricane. Good thing he didn’t nuke it I guess that sounds like a pretty bad situation.
It’s an outrage!!
Donald the Great would have been out there, nude in all his authentic first work perfection, patriotic balls swinging in the wind like they belong on the back of a jacked f-150 & slapped that bitch back to whatever foreign hole it crawled out from!! 😉
Conservatives probably think Louisiana is part of Mexico.
How about you ask actual political questions instead of insulting people who don’t agree with you.
Trump is strong enough to just SHOOT the hurricane and it will die! Have him put on his Super Trump cape, fly over there and kick that hurricanes ass! USA USA GUNS GUNS GUNS!
> Project Cirrus was the first attempt to modify a hurricane. It was a collaboration of the General Electric Corporation, the US Army Signal Corps, the Office of Naval Research, and the US Air Force. After several preparations and initial skepticism by government scientists, the first attempt to modify a hurricane began on October 13, 1947 on a hurricane that was heading west to east and out to sea.
> The project’s two B-17 and a B-29 of the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance group were dispatched from MacDill Field, Florida, to intercept the hurricane. The seeding B-17 flew along the rainbands of the hurricane, and dropped nearly 180 pounds (82 kilograms) of crushed dry ice into the clouds. The crew reported “Pronounced modification of the cloud deck seeded”. It is not known if that was due to the seeding. Next, the hurricane changed direction and made landfall near Savannah, Georgia. The public blamed the seeding, and Irving Langmuir claimed that the reversal had been caused by human intervention. Cirrus was canceled, and lawsuits were threatened. Only the fact that a system in 1906 had taken a similar path, as well as evidence showing that the storm had already begun to turn when seeding began, ended the litigation. This disaster set back the cause of seeding hurricanes for eleven years.
> At first the seeding was officially denied and it took years before the government admitted it. According to the Sept. 12, 1965 edition of the Fort Lauderdale News and Sun-Sentinel, in 1947 a hurricane “went whacky” and “Twelve years later it was admitted the storm *had in fact been seeded*.”
It worked really well the last time we tried it, didn’t it?
why the fuck would you nuke a hurricane, im genuinely curious
He’s a twat because by nuking it we could Make Hurricanes Great Again.