I am a research meteorologist from Norman, Oklahoma. In addition to my work, I am interested in storm chasing, sports, philosophy, theology, and culture.
- Episode 31: The 10 Most Violent Tornadoes in U.S. History
- Episode 30: The Deadliest Natural Disaster in U.S. History
- Episode 29: Tim Marshall’s Legendary Storm Surveying and Storm Chasing Career (Pt 2 of 2)
- Episode 28: Tim Marshall’s Legendary Storm Surveying and Storm Chasing Career
- Episode 27: Dr. Brad Barrett Discusses Global Weather Patterns, Hurricanes, and Tornadoes (Pt 2 of 2)
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- "For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him." (Jn 3:17) 5 days ago
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The weather radar conference is ongoing in Colorado this week, and one of the conference papers features some eye-popping statistics regarding the 31 May El Reno tornado. This paper, authored by Josh Wurman and others, is titled “Preliminary Results from … Continue reading
Growing up, I was obsessed with tornadoes. I daydreamed about them. I watched every TV show about them. I read every book I could find about them – several times. And, in those books, there was only one tornado outbreak that was always mentioned: the Super Outbreak … Continue reading
Since it’s late March and freezing, I’ve decided to think warmer thoughts. This led me – of course – to watch tornado videos on YouTube. While perusing, I chose to review two infamous tornadoes, and do an “apparent violence” comparison. The … Continue reading