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At the Monet exhibit and a delightful older couple walk by. Her: “That’s a Monet.” Him, clearly not the first he is hearing this: “Yes darling I know it is,” he hisses.
Hurricanes are heat engines — literally converting the warmth of ocean water into kinetic energy. An "average” hurricane releases the equivalent of ~13,000 megatons of TNT daily — a million Hiroshima bombs exploded at a rate of more than 10 per second.