A group of scientists have created an absolutely spectacular 3-D computer simulation of an EF-5 tornado that tore through central Oklahoma on May 24, 2011. The animations show the mesmerizing mechanics of how nature's most violent storms form and operate.
The angry buzzing of the rotors makes it all the more disturbing.
Talk about having to be absolutely confident in your vehicle design.
If our planet's increasingly extreme weather isn't caused by man-made climate change, then it stands to reason that it's actually caused by man-made supervillains using government technology to take American Freedoms with superstorms like Monday's mile-wide monster tornadoes.
This is easily the clearest and most defined example of a tornado on radar that I've come across. This is from the tornado in Oklahoma that struck Carney not long ago. Started out smallish and grew into a mile-wide wedge shaped tornado.
Saw you were talking about the storms earlier. Looks like one of them was a monster.