Have you ever looked up in the sky and noticed strange cloud patterns? Almost like they are artificial?
|Chertoff Jokes About Regulating Weather & Solar Minimum is Here|
|Posted on February 13, 2006|
Mon Feb 13, 3:16 PM ET
WASHINGTON - Looking for a strategy to prevent disasters like Hurricane Katrina? Try regulating the weather, |
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff joked Monday. Speaking at a gathering of state emergency management directors, Chertoff noted the weekend snowstorm that hit the area, joking that it had been especially arranged "to give a little additional urgency to these proceedings." "It seems the problem we have in this country is, we either have too much moisture or too little moisture, depending on whether you're on the coast or in the interior," Chertoff said. "If we could average it out, we could prevent some of the disasters we've been faced with."