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We are thankful to individual donors and Princeton University for their generous support.

Individual donors adopt a level of the Beaufort Wind Scale, used by sailors and first devised in 1805 by the English naval commander Francis Beaufort. The scale begins at 0, which is a wind speed too slow to move a ship at all, and ends at number 12, which indicates a wind speed too high for the ship to carry any canvas.

Sponsor Force & classification
hyperlink.academy 0 - Calm
John Palmer 1 - Light Air
Paragonday Systems 2 - Light Breeze
Mattie Goedecke 3 - Gentle Breeze
Harm van den Dorpel 4 - Moderate Breeze
Omar Rizwan 5 - Fresh Breeze
Callil Capuozzo 6 - Strong Breeze
Linked by Air 7 - Near Gale
David Allin Reese 8 - Gale
Mattie Goedecke 9 - Strong Gale
Austin Wade Smith 10 - Storm
Dragan Espenschied 11 - Violent Storm
Municipal Geology 12 - Hurricane
Currently, all levels of the Beaufort Wind Scale are adopted. You can also donate separately here. Thank you!

Special thanks to Max Bittker (for website programming assistance) and Michelle Lin (for creating the website’s font — “Waxwing”), and Sulki & Min (website's use of frames inspiration).

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