Science: Anti-Hurricane Campaign

The veering of the hurricane track toward the populous northeast coast of the U.S. has made the nation more hurricane-conscious than ever before. Next season the Government will launch a campaign to find out what makes hurricanes form, grow, sweep on their courses and do their destruction. When a hurricane's secrets are fully known, perhaps it can be prevented, diverted or destroyed.

Guided by Weather Bureau scientists, every Government agency that can take a hand is planning to help the National Hurricane Research Project. From Trinidad to Florida, 27 stations will launch weather...

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