Hurricanes typically strive in warmer waters.
If there is a constant heat source, would a hurricane grow or just last longer?
I don’t know why, but I was thinking about the Red-Eye of Jupiter; which is a hurricane. It occurred to me that if the oil spill was ignited, and merged with a hurricane: Would something similar occur? If so, I doubt it would last forever, since the oil source is limited. In such a scenario, I’m sure the toxins would be devastating.
I truly don’t believe the oil could be ignited during a hurricane, but it would probably worsen the contamination of the Gulf shores. I just thought this would be an interesting discussion. It would be nice to hear from all the resident Help.com experts.
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