If you live near the coast, you have to think about building a home with this, now proven, design to protect you from hurricanes.

Maybe in the future, a strong hurricane will be less destructive if we change how we build the homes we live in.

Survival is possible from learning from our mistakes. It seems that building square homes on the ground along the coast line is wrong. There are homes that survived Harvey with minor damage, but they don't look like what you'd expect. Elevated circle homes are the future, and the future is here.

We don't drive fast in square cars, so why shouldn't our homes have an aerodynamic design?