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Latest Video: El Reno, Oklahoma - largest EF-5 tornado in recorded history

 
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Latest Video: El Reno, Oklahoma - largest EF-5 tornado in recorded history
The May 31, 2013 El Reno, Oklahoma tornado was an astonishing 2.6 miles wide with a rating of an EF-5 (released June 4, 2013 by NWS), making it the largest EF-5 in recorded history.


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Nothing to see here. tornados are not getting bigger and these monster record setting tornadoes happening back to back is completely normal.
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scary! wow!
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Nothing to see here. tornados are not getting bigger and these monster record setting tornadoes happening back to back is completely normal.
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yeah, also winter/spring/summer storms are not getting bigger, and all these worldwide floods are completely normal...
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Nothing to see here. tornados are not getting bigger and these monster record setting tornadoes happening back to back is completely normal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36555947


yeah, also winter/spring/summer storms are not getting bigger, and all these worldwide floods are completely normal...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41234692


Absolutely correct. IF it were true it could even be a natural
occurrence that happens every few hundred years or so and not some man made problem. But since there is nothing going on there is no reason to investigate it further. Same with sinkholes. We are just taking more pictures of them now, that is all.
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Re: Latest Video: El Reno, Oklahoma - largest EF-5 tornado in recorded history
We've been getting tornadoes here in California as well.


Not anything like there but we have had an increase in tornadoes here in the past few years.


We had a tornado touch down here in Bakersfield a quarter mile from me about a month ago.


We don't have tornado sirens either.
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Re: Latest Video: El Reno, Oklahoma - largest EF-5 tornado in recorded history
We've been getting tornadoes here in California as well.


Not anything like there but we have had an increase in tornadoes here in the past few years.


We had a tornado touch down here in Bakersfield a quarter mile from me about a month ago.


We don't have tornado sirens either.
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Matthew 24:27 King James Version (KJV)

27 For as the lightning cometh out of the east, and shineth even unto the west; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.
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13:12 He it is Who shows you the lightning causing fear and hope and (Who) brings up the heavy cloud.

13:13 And the thunder celebrates His praise, and the angels too for awe of Him. And He sends the thunderbolts and smites with them whom He pleases, yet they dispute concerning Allah, and He is Mighty in prowess.
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Re: Latest Video: El Reno, Oklahoma - largest EF-5 tornado in recorded history
LOL @ the idiots and their bullshit ITT!

- The number of tornados are actually DOWN this year.

- There was nothing special about the tornado that hit Moore, other than that is hit Moore - by chance.

- And the 'widest tornado ever recorded', the El Reno tornado 10 days later, was not the widest tornado ever - just the widest one recorded.
It ONLY achieved EF5 recognition because there was a DOW mobile doppler there measuring winds 300 feet above gorund. and it ONLY achieved widest status ever recorded' because there was a DOW mobile doppler there recording the entire wind field from a close distance. The actual condensation funnel of the tornado never even reached a mile wide, and many trnados have been seen in years past much larger than that.


There is nothing abnormal about the tornados now than from years past. The CAPE values that create them, the helicity vaues that create them, the dewpoint and temp values that create them, and the jet stream winds that create them are all fucking normal as always.


I'd love to actually have a cool discussion about tornados because I have an enormous amount of knowledge and info about them, but this thread has already been ruined by lying shitheads with a political agenda.

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