December 21st, 2014
An article in yesterday’s Los Angeles Times seemed to show a validation of my tornado-tamer theories of which I don’t usually explain in full. The article suggested that birds appear to have an innate tornado detector device. If anyone doesn’t understand the correlation or how this fact could be a potential validation of my tornado theories, just ask me.
See: Nature's own tornado detector saves migrating birds, study finds
Located at: http://www.latimes.com/science/sciencenow/la-sci-sn-bird-migration-tornadoes-20141217-story.html
Of course, I could have told you this about birds sensing potential tornadic energy anyhow, because of the couple of my high-school years that I spent in Iowa. Whenever there was a tornado warning, not a bird could be seen or heard anywhere. (Mind you, this was back in the days when tornado warnings were really something of significance because it meant a tornado was on the ground in the region – unlike many of the tornado warnings of today).
Adam Trotter, P.E.
Tornado Tamer :)