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  • Tornado researcher Howard B. Bluestein of the University of Oklahoma says his best guess is this unusual outburst of twisters is due to natural variability of the weather.

    Science can't design away tornadoes' deadly threat

  • Greg Bluestein/Associated Press Ginger White came forward on November 28, and said she and Mr. Cain had carried on a 13-year relationship.

    Cain Suspends Campaign

  • Adam Bluestein, who has two children and lives in Burlington, Vt., never rides without a helmet.

    Adults Need to Wear Bicycle Helmets, Too | Impact Lab

  • Bluestein went on to cite that one factor in the storms 'intensity was the record warmth in Oklahoma (84 degrees) which the storm moved through on its "path of destruction."

    Janet Ritz: What's with the Weather? The La Ni��a-Tornado Connection

  • Bluestein and his students packed a small, portable Doppler in the truck and started searching for a supercell.

    Storm Warning

  • In 1981, Bluestein and others created the Totable Tornado Observatory, a fifty-five-gallon hardened drum crammed with instruments.

    Storm Warning

  • Bluestein studied the plain vanilla thunderstorms, the nonsupercells, that produced frequent but often weaker tornadoes—landspouts, as he called them.

    Storm Warning

  • Bluestein had come to OU from MIT in the late 1970s and helped pioneer the scientific storm chase.

    Storm Warning

  • On stormy days, he: Author interview with Bluestein, Apr. 2005.

    Storm Warning

  • Using the portable Doppler, Bluestein for the first time documented a violent tornado in 1991, a huge twister near Red Rock, Oklahoma.

    Storm Warning


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