The New York Times Magazine (08 May 2016)

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The Task Team had demoted it from a cloud ‘‘variety,’’ as Pretor-Pinney had proposed, to a ‘‘supplementary feature,’’ and the elaborate naming convention for clouds required supplementary features to be named with Latin nouns, not adjectives. ‘‘One of those things that’s so close, but different,’’ Pretor-Pinney told me, with a tinge of amusement and resentment. ’’ Neither was it the only new classification the Task Team recommended adding; it was just the most famous one. The prominence of the cloud seems to have forced the scientists’ hand.

The CBS News anchor Scott Pelley tells a story about how members of the press destroyed the lawn during the Monica Lewinsky scandal and were told that they would be allowed back once the grass was replanted. The National Park Service replanted the grass outside the White House, but the journalists weren’t allowed back on the lawn. 16 Unnoticed by the reporters, Ben Rhodes walks through the room, a half-beat behind a woman in leopard-print heels. He is holding a phone to his ear, repeating his mantra: ‘‘I’m not important.

O. hadn’t added a new cloud type to the International Cloud Atlas since 1953. ‘‘We don’t expect Asperitas clouds from around the world. Burnie, Tasmania, Feb. O. official named Roger Atkinson told me. ’’ A cloud is only water, but arranged like no other water on earth. Billions of minuscule droplets are packed into every cubic foot of cloud, throwing reflected light off their disordered surfaces in all directions, collectively making the cloud opaque. In a way, each cloud is an illusion, a conspiracy of liquid masquerading as a floating, solid object.

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