Hurricane Katrina

What did the government do to prevent the hurricane?

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2012-05-30 20:38:22
2012-05-30 20:38:22

Regardless of what hurricane this question refers to, the government has never done anything to prevent a hurricane, because hurricanes cannot be prevented.

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No, we cannot prevent a hurricane.

No, there is no way to control or prevent a hurricane.

No government in the world can prevent a hurricane like Katrina, it's part of the world's natural weather system and thousands of time more powerful than the most powerful nuclear weapon. All a government can do after a hurricane is to send manpower and money to help the clean-up. Some people say that the USA was a little tardy sending help to New Orleans after Katrina, but that's a matter of opinion.

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Yes the federal government helped in the cleanup and rebuilding process.

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