I think it was the Michael Savage show, I was listening last night. He
reminds us that the same part of the world, Oklahoma, has been getting
tornados for the last several hundred years of recorded history. Long
since mankind started using fossil fuels. That the earth has been
cooling for the last 30 or so years. And that we should expect the likes
of Al Gore to be back in the news.
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The tornado that tore through Oklahoma City today left a path of
destruction over a mile wide. In some places the damaged area is 2 1/4
miles across. My understanding is that tornado;s are generally less
than 300 yards across, but the damage can extend over a much larger area
because of the debris the tornado throws around.
I'm thinking that more intense storms like this are the result of global
warming. With warmer air temperatures you have more moisture in the
air, and as that moisture condenses to form rain you get more energy
released into the surrounding atmosphere. More energy = more powerful
I heard on the news that with global warming would come more powerful
hurricanes, and I guess we're going to be seeing larger and more
powerful tornados too.