Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Is It Still About the Middle?

June 3rd, 2015

Sometimes similar to the blog entry before last, its still all about the middle (as of yesterday evening - a handful of hours ago).  However, a few moments later after being still about the middle, it seems as though it could also/instead all be about the bass (as in basement) - at the less than optimal listening spot. 


Tornado Helps to Avoid Death Penalty?

June 3rd, 2015

A couple of days ago I heard the reported news story of a tornado in Mainland/Communist China.  The Chinese tornado was said to have capsized a ferry boat/cruise ship on the Yangtze River as well.  Not that I’m all too sure of the likelihood of a tornado capsizing a ferry boat/cruise ship in China, …because it sounds more likely that the captain of that boat may have fabricated that story to avoid the death penalty for ‘causing’ passengers to die resulting from some accident while he was in charge, but…  (Not that I care to get overly political in this TornodoTamer blog , but see:   .)  

But still I have to wonder, what would the U.S. tornado research entities have to say about it all?  Would they blame that tornado in China on the Gulf of Mexico as upon which those U.S. tornado researchers historically seem to blame all of the tornados in the United States?  

But maybe I shouldn’t be too hard on those fascists in control over in Communist/Mainland China.  Because in the end, China would probably have more foresight and out-of-the-box thinking than the average paradigm-laden tornado researchers in the United States or even any U.S. government types who dole-out the grant money to fund those paradigm-laden U.S. tornado research efforts.  And, those Communist Chinese might therefore be more likely to fund alternative tornado ideas like mine.   Just saying…

Anyway, my condolences to the families of the dead and may any innocent victims rest in peace.  

Divers comb capsized China ship, Premier Li orders transparent probe