27 May '11, 11am

Amazing time-lapse video of how tornado-happy Mother Nature has been lately:

By now, most of us know last month was the busiest April ever for tornadic activity; with May hosting the deadliest single tornado on record , the whole country's talking about the Fujita Scale, core bursting, and Helen Hunt like it's 1996 . For those who refuse to even talk about the links between twisters and climate change, Bill McKibben drops a dose of hot, buttery sarcasm in a valiant attempt to pull a few heads out of the sand over at the Washington Post . Now NOAA offers up some raw data, cleanly and terrifyingly executed: In the following time-lapse animation, April's tornado activity appears across the U.S. in spattery patterns of red. April really starts to look like a 300 outtake midway through the video. Check it:

Full article: http://www.grist.org/article/2011-05-26-noaas-terrifying-...

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