Hurricane Chaser Intent On Slaying Storm Sometime this summer, a small cargo aircraft will roar off the runway in Florida, take dead aim at a seething hurricane cloud, and spray it with a dose of white powder that kills or disables the storm. Thats the plan at least.

The effort to slay the tempest is the project of manufacturer Peter Cordani, whose Riviera Beach, Fla., firm, Dyn-O-Mat, makes fluid absorption products. His aim is to use some of the same technology his company works with to absorb the energy of a hurricane.

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