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PostPosted: May 1, 2013 3:30 PM 

I noted you guys on my blog.
http://blog.alivinguniversity.com/

The truth is I love you guys. I am all spiritual now, but I could have never got there without my brothers

Thank you,
Darwin

Fred


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PostPosted: May 1, 2013 4:32 PM 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bKwRW0l-Qk

fred


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PostPosted: May 1, 2013 5:10 PM 

A navy man for sure....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-dleViv2nc

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PostPosted: May 1, 2013 5:15 PM 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-dleViv2nc

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PostPosted: May 1, 2013 5:21 PM 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-dleViv2nc

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PostPosted: May 1, 2013 6:27 PM 


Sometimes we got to knock...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDr3_EuRq_c

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: May 31, 2013 7:53 PM 

Hope you are doing well, Fred. Challenges never cease.
I am loading a few things in my car to head south now, as a mile wide tornado is a few miles west of my home heading this way.
Looks like dark fudge in the sky, and the lightning and noise a severe. May not have a home in ten minutes.
See you later. OKC is not unlike Mars in some characteristics. Lots of rotation and a mile wide debris wall.
Good luck and good work. Keep some faith for good judgement of all.

Dana Johnson

Mauree


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PostPosted: June 1, 2013 8:13 AM 

Be safe Dana - and Dana's neighbors

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: June 1, 2013 9:28 AM 

Only lost five in the metro area yesterday- not so bad as the suburb tornadoes in Moore city last week where dozens died. These tornadoes are so fast in forming, dropping, and can be very erratic in path. The similarities to Mars 'desert devils' is remarkable. Usually the core large cities have a heat dome cushion aiding in protecting some portions of the urban areas to a minor degree- but all is unpredictable as seen last night.
We had a ~ F3 tornado traveling almost straight to the OKC, OK core, but as was within the suburb cities, it made several zigzag changes in direction possibly as a result of the 'heat dome' effect on the metro overall larger super-cell circulation. As the wind was blowing in gusts at up to 80MPH generally, with the tornado itself much faster, the losses were limited by the redirection through less developed zones of outskirts to the city cores. The hail accompanying the 7-8 inches of rain in two hours lasted for about 50 minutes. Some areas had 4-5 inch hail.
We were lucky, and the micro-climate tornado paths pass in diagonals north-east and parallel south-east around the downtown core normally. The storm moved slowly across, dropping a record rain amount I believe. 100.000 without power today yet.
These tornadoes were slower than the worst, estimated approx. F3. Multiple vortex droppings were active along the path.
I was lucky to have waited a few minutes to watch the abrupt change (90 degrees) in direction, as the change took it the direction I would have travelled had I taken the initial advisement to drive south. Even five miles north I sat in an opaque wall of rain and the 50 minutes of hail.
I then returned home driving through 1 foot deep flood-waters at times on main roads.
Exciting times in tornado season along 'tornado alley'.
No basement. Bad planning. The water table is too shallow for basements generally here.

Mars must be altered substantially in the micro-climate paths of the smaller dust devils. I have seen some of the effects in rocky boulder paths cut by intersecting paths on Mars in locations.

Learned a few details about tornadoes again this season, with prior experiences in the mutual attraction objects develop in the regions of the debris wall wrapping the core vortexes. Object the size of cars will find each other due to a lessor wind pressure or shear between themselves as multiple objects in suspension in the air. I have seen that following at the tornado speeds in the direction of the rotation. It is one of the cohesiveness traits allowing a formation of the vortex which collimates the structure and makes the debris wall stable. Several causes, similar to solitons and tsunami's.
A powerful geology altering force along with the flooding and straight line winds.
And now comes the sun, 8AM this morning, to give us comfort. Can you imagine the differences on Mars in a similar scenario of settings?

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: June 4, 2013 6:07 AM 

Resolving natural events as science and patterns was a strong motivating force in orienting humans to higher order as cause. These are very impressive on Earth and reshaped Mars in it's early history. Sitting here in another three days of heavy rain and weather wave fronts passing across my home. I was spared by the rapid sharp change of course in the tornadoes of last week. Storms each week with possible strong winds or tornadoes.
Enjoy reading your blog.
The record 14+ inches of water has fallen during the first 6 months of 2013, most of it in April and May.
Was this the appearance of Mars at times? Floods and twisters grinding down 'alleys' of micro-climates?

Hope you will be contributing at times.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZ98emN4KJM

This rain gives us food, beauty, and time to socialize.

Dana Johnson


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PostPosted: June 4, 2013 7:06 PM 

Dragging this into a topic inside a topic, Fred. The new adjusted information about the very dark and difficult to view core tornado which was spawning the secondary 'sub-vortices's' we were watching, gives this a national current record for size, and a near record breaker for top wind speeds in the secondary and narrower units. Approximately 295 MPH combined winds, and an F5 new rating, at 2.6 miles wide at the base, this is now a new record in recorded storm watching.
Only eight F5 tornadoes on record since 1950, and two were this past month of May, 2013. One was in Moore nearby, following a path only slightly varied from these two of 2013.
The deaths were updated to 18 thus far, with a short list of unaccounted for persons as yet.
I have seen the analog in the deserts of Phoenix, Arizona, where a large core vortex 'dust devil' will supply an axis for small but strong 'sub-vortex' circulating secondary units which allow for added energy or speeds confined in the same volume as the core cell. Less damaging in the deserts normally, a 'dust devil' can carry a human across the desert pavement in the most powerful types even in dry desert weather. Added humidity seems to power up the processes. Many claim these are different, as two types of 'tornado' or 'vortex', but there are on Mars videos showing that only 'wet' or 'dry' types may not be case. We have the difference in the usual hail traversing upward and downward, adding mass to the vortex formation, however, our inability to view the differences in the desert types gives an allowance for a grading of one type with differing conditions, possibly.
New science, with a new planet for examples to image and watch.
Surely we can imagine much more powerful and larger tornadoes on Earth and Mars?

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http://fox4kc.com/2013/06/04/okla-tornado-on-may-31-worlds-largest-on-record/
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http://www.usatoday.com/story/weather/2013/06/04/okla-tornado-record-ef5/2388759/
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