March 27th, 2015
Some have recently criticized and likened my tornado-prediction theories to “…even when throwing darts at a wall in the dark, theoretically one would still hit the dart board once and a while.” Well…, that might be true. However, it seems as though I may have hit the proverbial ‘dart board’ target once again. (See: “Oklahoma cleans up from twisters that killed 1, injured 2 dozen,” at: http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/26/us/oklahoma-storms/ . See also: “Odd,” at: http://tornadotamer.blogspot.com/2015/03/odd.html .) I have long surmised that it typically may take two days or so for the measured air mass to close-in on the Heartland of the nation.
My sympathies and condolences to anyone affected or injured by this storm.
For whatever it might be worth, it seems the signals have returned to normal as of Thursday evening (3/26), anyhow. http://www.wunderground.com/history/airport/KLGB/2015/3/26/DailyHistory.html
So I must ask, merely because one cannot display a causal connection/link in concrete form, does that make a correlation which is correct at least once in a while an incorrect correlation in and of itself? Who is to say any such correlation is erroneous when the critic offers no concrete or verified answers of their own to the contrary?
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