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19 Day Pattern

{History Repeats} {Gone with the Water} {Category 4 Hurricane Determined To Strike U.S.} {Category 4 Hurricane Determined to Strike U.S. -- Cont.} {FEMA Chronology}

The Big One :: In the past year, Federal Emergency Management Agency officials have begun working with state and local agencies to devise plans on what to do if a Category 5 hurricane strikes New Orleans. Shortly after he took office, FEMA Director Joe Allbaugh ordered aides to examine the nation's potential major catastrophes, including the New Orleans scenario. "Catastrophic disasters are best defined in that they totally outstrip local and state resources, which is why the federal government needs to play a role," Allbaugh said. "There are a half-dozen or so contingencies around the nation that cause me great concern, and one of them is right there in your back yard." In concert with state and local officials, FEMA is studying evacuation procedures, postdisaster rescue strategies, temporary housing and technical issues such as how to pump out water trapped inside the levees, said Michael Lowder, chief of policy and planning in FEMA's Readiness, Response and Recovery directorate. A preliminary report should be completed in the next few months. Louisiana emergency management officials say they lobbied the agency for years to study how to respond to New Orleans' vulnerability, finally getting attention last year.

starting at 09-Aug-2001, the following dates are 19 days apart:

btw, counting from 11-Sep-2001, Hurricane Katrina makes first landfall in Florida on 25-Aug-2005. the first 19th day cycle from 911 is 07-Sep-2002 (ie, [1] 30-Sep-2001, [2] 19-Oct-2001, [3] 07-Nov-2001 ... [19] 07-Sep-2002). second 19th day cycle is 03-Sep-2003; third 29-Aug-2004; fourth 25-Aug-2005.

{2001}{2002}{2003}{2004}{2005}

[00] 09-Aug-2001 :: August 9 - US President George W. Bush announces his support for federal funding of limited research on embryonic stem cells.
[01] 28-Aug-2001
[02] 16-Sep-2001
[03] 05-Oct-2001 :: October 5 - Tom Ridge resigns as Governor of Pennsylvania to become the first director of the newly created United States Office of Homeland Security.
[04] 24-Oct-2001
[05] 12-Nov-2001 :: November 12 - 2001 Attack on Afghanistan: Taliban forces abandon Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, ahead of advancing Northern Alliance troops (Northern Alliance fighters took Kabul on November 14); November 12 - In New York City, American Airlines Flight 587 crashes minutes after takeoff from John F. Kennedy International Airport, killing all 260 on-board.
[06] 01-Dec-2001
[07] 20-Dec-2001
[08] 08-Jan-2002
[09] 27-Jan-2002 :: January 27 - Several explosions at a military dump in Lagos, Nigeria kill more than 1,000.
[10] 15-Feb-2002
[11] 06-Mar-2002 :: March 6 - France agrees to return the remains of Saartje Baartman to South Africa
[12] 25-Mar-2002
[13] 13-Apr-2002
[14] 02-May-2002
[15] 21-May-2002
[16] 09-Jun-2002
[17] 28-Jun-2002
[18] 17-Jul-2002
[19] 05-Aug-2002 :: August 5 - Stock market downturn of 2002: U.S. indices continue heavy losses from the previous week and fall by over three percent on the day, NASDAQ falling below its July 23 low; British cases of Legionnaires' disease continue to rise, to a total of 56 diagnosed cases so far, in that country's largest outbreak for many years; Microsoft has announced that it is to make some concessions towards the proposed final settlement of the United States v. Microsoft case, ahead of the judge's verdict; The gun turret of the USS Monitor was raised from the sea bottom off the coast of North Carolina, where it had lain since sinking in 1862.
[01] 24-Aug-2002
[02] 12-Sep-2002 :: September 12 - Iraq disarmament crisis: U.S. President George W. Bush, addresses the U.N. and challenges its members to confront the "grave and gathering danger" of Iraq or stand aside as the United States and likeminded nations act.
[03] 01-Oct-2002
[04] 20-Oct-2002
[05] 08-Nov-2002 :: November 8 - Iraq disarmament crisis: UN Security Council Resolution 1441 – The United Nations Security Council unanimously approves a resolution on Iraq, forcing Saddam Hussein to disarm or face "serious consequences".
[06] 27-Nov-2002
[07] 16-Dec-2002
[08] 04-Jan-2003 :: January 4 - U.S. plan to invade Iraq: Turkey's Milliyet newspaper published a picture showing tanks at an airstrip that it said was the disused Bamerni air base inside Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq. If this report is true, this may be the first evidence of a NATO military presence in Iraq; # Clonaid announces the birth of another human baby clone to a couple of Dutch lesbians. Clonaid also says there will be four other cloned babies delivered by February 2003; Artist Nadia Russ named new style in visual arts - NeoPopRealism.
[09] 23-Jan-2003
[10] 11-Feb-2003
[11] 02-Mar-2003 :: March 2 - Iraq disarmament crisis: Iraq destroys six more Al-Samoud 2 missiles, bringing the total destroyed to 10 out of an estimated 100 missiles ordered eliminated by the U.N. The U.S. continues to dismiss Iraq's actions as "part of its game of deception." Iraq indicates that it may halt destruction of the missiles if the U.S. indicates it will go to war anyway ++ Armed North Korean fighter aircraft intercept and target a United States reconnaissance aircraft over International Waters in the Sea of Japan. This is the first such interception since April 1969 when a North Korean jet shot down a United States Navy surveillance airplane, killing all 31 crewmen aboard ++ UK newspaper The Observer publishes what it claims to be a leaked memo from a high-ranking NSA official dated January 31, 2003. In it are orders to spy on the domestic and official communications of the United Nations Security Council members other than the U.S. and the United Kingdom. The memo names "... members Angola, Cameroon, Chile, Bulgaria and Guinea, ..." as candidates for special attention.
[12] 21-Mar-2003 :: March 21 - 18 Afghan prisoners of Guantanamo base were liberated by the United States. These 18 persons were released in Kabul, Afghanistan without compensation or any assistance to return to their homes. There remain approximately 660 prisoners in Guantanamo, without protection through the Geneva Conventions as they have not been declared prisoners of war
[13] 09-Apr-2003 :: April 9 - Baghdad falls to coalition forces. American infantrymen seize deserted Ba'ath Party ministries and pull down a huge iron statue of Saddam Hussein at the Fardus square in front of the Palestine Hotel, as a symbolic ending his autocratic rule of Iraq. Baghdad citizens then dragged the severed head of the statue through the streets of the city. Dozens of people there cheer U.S. soldiers, according to BBC. Much looting of cars and buildings is seen in Baghdad and other cities as the government and police lost control ++ The fate of Saddam Hussein remains unknown after a U.S. B-1B bomber dropped four 2,000-pound bunker-busting bombs on a building where Hussein was thought to be meeting with his sons and senior aides on April 7 ++ Iraq's ambassador to the U.N. Muhammad Ali al-Douri tells reporters that "the game is over" ++ U.S. Undersecretary of State, John R. Bolton, warns Iran, Syria, and North Korea that they should "draw the appropriate lesson from Iraq".
[14] 28-Apr-2003
[15] 17-May-2003
[16] 05-Jun-2003
[17] 24-Jun-2003
[18] 13-Jul-2003
[19] 01-Aug-2003
[01] 20-Aug-2003
[02] 08-Sep-2003
[03] 27-Sep-2003
[04] 16-Oct-2003
[05] 04-Nov-2003
[06] 23-Nov-2003
[07] 12-Dec-2003
[08] 31-Dec-2003
[09] 19-Jan-2004
[10] 07-Feb-2004
[11] 26-Feb-2004
[12] 16-Mar-2004
[13] 04-Apr-2004
[14] 23-Apr-2004
[15] 12-May-2004
[16] 31-May-2004
[17] 19-Jun-2004
[18] 08-Jul-2004
[19] 27-Jul-2004
[01] 15-Aug-2004
[02] 03-Sep-2004
[03] 22-Sep-2004
[04] 11-Oct-2004
[05] 30-Oct-2004
[06] 18-Nov-2004
[07] 07-Dec-2004
[08] 26-Dec-2004 :: December 26 - The strongest earthquake in 40 years originates from the Indian Ocean off the west coast of Sumatra island in Indonesia, measuring 9.3 on the Richter Scale and creating tsunami tidal waves
[09] 14-Jan-2005
[10] 02-Feb-2005
[11] 21-Feb-2005
[12] 12-Mar-2005
[13] 31-Mar-2005
[14] 19-Apr-2005
[15] 08-May-2005
[16] 27-May-2005
[17] 15-Jun-2005
[18] 04-Jul-2005
[19] 23-Jul-2005
[01] 11-Aug-2005
[02] 30-Aug-2005
[03] 18-Sep-2005
[04] 07-Oct-2005
[05] 26-Oct-2005
[06] 14-Nov-2005
[07] 03-Dec-2005
[08] 22-Dec-2005
[09] 10-Jan-2006

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