Sept. 22nd, 2009
I wonder what the seemingly paradigm-laden, mainstream tornado researchers have to say about the latest tornadoes in Argentina and Brazil? (Click to Fox News to see story: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,547900,00.html ) Because, those researchers seem to nearly always prefer to mandate the involvement of the Gulf of Mexico in the formation of any tornadoes. (Of course, that is for the tornadoes in North America). Nevertheless, the point I make is that such tornadoes as those that recently appeared in South America appear as no oddity or exception to my model concerning the formation of tornadoes. I wonder if the mainstream tornado researchers can make the same claim?