Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The Saints and the Angels were Singing this Evening – but not too strongly.

April 30th, 2012

I went to see what I would hear this evening, as the signals of late have been on the weak side since yesterday morning. 

Btw, Western Kansas, Northern Texas, and Oklahoma, I figure it takes one to two days for anything I sense to make it to you (generally a day and a half, maybe), should such make it to you.  But there appears no hard and fast rules for travel time of what I attempt to measure.  (See:  Tornado hits small Oklahoma town, knocks out power, http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/05/01/us-usa-tornado-oklahoma-idUSBRE84009E20120501  , Last accessed early AM of May 1st, 2012).

My measurements, of course, not being nearly as “wind-centric” as the other more paradigm-laden tornado researchers.  (See:  Tornado scientists are surprised to find ‘ribbon’ in thunderstorm data, http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/tornado-scientists-are-surprised-to-find-ribbon-in-thunderstorm-data/2012/04/30/gIQAcx2AsT_story.html , Last accessed early AM of May 1st, 2012).

But on the bright side, Saint Barbara seemed to be passing along her greetings.


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