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Abd ulRahman Lomax
September 8, 2017 at 12:23 PM
I’m praying for your safety and that of all in Miami, a city that was hospitable to me when I attended the trial, saw the settlement coming down, and saw the joy on all sides that it was over, leaving everyone to pursue their future. All the best, Abd.
September 8, 2017 at 4:23 PM
Abd ulRahman Lomax:
I strongly appreciate your candor.
Your prayers in this specific situation will be useful not only to me, but to all the Floridians. Let’s hope for the best, after we have prepared for the worse. Anyway now, at the eve of the hit, I am working on the E-Cat QX, albeit I sent away all the rest of the team several hours ago. The hit will arrive tomorrow starting at 3 PM Miami time. I am most curious than worried, though. Never seen anything of the kind before, therefore something will have to be learnt, positive or negative as it might be.
Yay! Rossi replied. (I never before posted to JONP.) Thanks, Sam, for pointing this out. Rossi will probably be okay, the issue would be how the warehouse stands up to the winds. It’s dangerous because even strong buildings can have some weaknesses. At the Doral warenhouse, he is outside the area likely to flood. As long as the building holds together, and something doesn’t come crashing through the windows, he’s going to have an adventure. Evacuation was not mandatory in Doral, and, as I mentioned on ECW, attempting to travel now could be more dangerous than staying in place, if one is in shelter. Depends on the shelter! Rossi wrote that the “factory” (the warehouse?) was “hurricane resistant.” He might be right. Depends to some degree on the winds, and the hurricane appears to be moving to come up to the west of where he is located. I saw that the hurricane rose in strength to Cat 5 near Cuba, other reports have it downgraded to Cat 3. Cat 5 can break almost any ordinary building…. windows will blow out, roofs can blow off.
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