story of this structure will someday be a movie.
Then there is the city of dreams: Celestopea:
Tomorrow: the best hope for the Blue Revolution--the Pacific International Ocean Station.
There are three named storms:
From the right, Tropical Storm Emily is at 40 MPH and appears headed for Florida, but does not today to have the oomph to become a hurricane. It will cause some problems for Haiti. In the east Pacific, Hurricane Eugene is at 95 MPH, but is moving away from Mexico and should dissipate in a few days:
The really dangerous storm is Typhoon Muifa, now a Category 3 at 125 MPH, but soon will become a Category 4, and, hopefully, weaken a bit when it slams into Naha within two days. After devastating some of the Okinawa islands, Muifa is still projected to largely spare Shanghai and move towards South Korea, but weaken.