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Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sandy

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Step back and explore the science behind the hurricanes. So we at at Secret Life have gathered some helpful articles on your behalf.

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Scientific American: How Do Hurricane’s Form In the First Place?

Hurricane 101: A beginner’s guide.

Washington Post: The Bad And the Ugly Storm Scenarios

Is it really going to be as bad as they’re saying? This piece fleshes out each possible scenario. We know that weather forecasters can be a little on the dramatic side, but it looks like they’ve got good reason this time around.

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Hurricane Sandy

NPR: Frankenstorm: Has Climate Change Created A Monster?

It’s never too soon to start pointing fingers at global warming.

New York Magazine: It Looks Like Hurricane Sandy Is the Presidential Race’s October Surprise

Will Sandy help decide who becomes our next president? Something tells us that she’s one of those pesky undecided voters.

6.html?mod=wsj_share_twitter"> The Wall Street Journal: Compare Sandy to Irene

Who wore it better? The hurricane edition.

NASA Earth Observatory: Hurricane Sandy Super Rapid Scan

Hurricane Sandy’s formation, from the vantage point of geostationary orbit— 22,300 miles above the Earth.