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Jun 10
2013
Steve Marr

After Oklahoma Tornadoes, Looters Show up

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Looting after a major disaster is common. Police and at times National Guard troops patrol streets in an effort to prevent such looting. In the past most looting occurred by locals looking for targets of opportunity. Now looters have come from as far as the East coast in an effort to steal.

 

Yesterday Andrea became the first tropical storm to form this season, forming in the Gulf of Mexico. The storm is headed towards the Florida panhandle.

 

Above: Andra starts to take form

Jun 04
2013
Steve Marr

Cary Tire Sealant In Your Car

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I have written before on why you should carry an emergency supply backpack in your car. One additional item to carry is an emergency tire infiltrator.

 Tire Inflator/Sealant, 20 Oz.

When people were attempting to drive after the tornadoes in Oklahoma, the road debris was everywhere. Many people got a flat tires from running over sharp objects.  The first flat you can fix with your spare (You do check you spare to insure it is holding air pressure, right?). The next flat gets you stuck.

Jun 01
2013
Steve Marr

Tornado Chasers Hit By Tornado

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Tornado's have ripped through much of the Midwest, causing widespread damage and death. Wise people seek shelter, or drive away from the storm. A few curious people watch the storm. Others, known as tornado chasers drive toward the storm for pictures and scientific study.

A car sponsored by the Weather Chanel was going into a tornado yesterday, and took a direct hit. The storm flipped the car over 200 yards smashing the car and injuring the storm chasers.

May 28
2013
Steve Marr

NOAA Satellite Failure Mat Affect Storm Warnings

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 The United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association experienced a satellite failure this past week, just as the 2013 hurricane season is ready to start. Forecasters expect a very active season.

 

NOAA operates other satellites that can pick up part of the slack. The problem is when a storm appears to form, or may be reaching landfall, a constant eye on the system helps forecasters be more exact on the expected strength, location and danger from each storm.

May 09
2013
Steve Marr

Pathway To God’s Mercy

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Pathway To God’s Mercy

Psalm 107

1Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good;

his love endures forever.