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"Ideología y catástrofe", AV 198 (AUTHOR)

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NAMING A STORM in the Gulf of Mexico during hurricane season can be like playing Russian roulette. Sometimes an endearing, even musically named storm turns lethal in a sudden atmospheric spin. Take Hurricane Rita, for instance, a category 5 tropical storm that in 2005 brushed past Houston while inciting deathly traffic congestion as Houstonians attempted a massive yet futile vehicular evacuation (fearing a repetition of the fate visited on New Orleans by Katrina three weeks earlier). Or Hurricane Ike (2008), which swept through Houston with militant thunder, targeting every electrical line in its path.
Carlos Jimenez