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As Sandy approached, the media compared the storm, in its scope, rarity, and composition, to the three-headed monster that hit south of Nova Scotia in 1991 and was featured in the best-selling novel and feature film, The Perfect Storm.  In addition to the multiple meteorological elements, many all but immediately started speculating about the human element that magnifies the storm’s disruptive power:  next week’s election.  But there is another dimension to the storm that makes the moniker, “perfect,” even more apt:  climate change.

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