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It was literally a red letter weather day in North Alabama with the severe weather outbreak that moved through yesterday. The death toll in Alabama alone is 128 with more still missing. This death toll actually breaks the old record from the April 1974 Tornado Outbreak in North Alabama. It’s believed that because the power was knocked out so early in the morning from the first wave of storms that by the time the really bad stuff arrived there were numerous people that had no way of getting the tornado warnings.
The first logical consequency of Global Warming is the highering of convectional movement of air!!
If CO2-level is not limited(and it's still rising),we'll have always more tornadoes and tropical thunderstorms! (See Nasa-Statistics)
The solution would be to block the distructive(CO2 producing)tecnologies and mainstream technological behaviour(including "Dinosaurus-Banking")...Since long times totally harmless technologies,that could substitute unsustainability (especially in USA) have been blocked and(or) not financed(bribing and intimidations from the lobbies)!
Steps needs to be done now...or it could be too late!
Videos of the tornado that tore through Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Wednesday afternoon began appearing online soon afterward. In the video above, posted on Vimeo by Crimson Tide Productions, the storm can be seen tearing through the trees near an office complex and parking lot as the clearly terrified videographer looks on.
Another video, posted by Clay Hasenfuss on TwitVid, further highlights the size of the storm as it passed through a urban area:
you are in twister country, one summer there was enough for me :)
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