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SilentShadow87

aka Scott Thompson

  • I live in Niagara Falls, Ontario
  • I was born on June 16
  • My occupation is Third year meteorology student
  • I am Male
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  • Allo, been a while How's life? We should chat on discord at some point it's been so long

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  • Im coming back soon when i turn 13

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  • This user Lonixdron 2.0 has been threatening me with socks, continues to curse, and causing to loose my crap. Can you deal with him.

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  • Thoughts on my most recent outlooks?

    May12020CO Ver. 2.0

    Special 1830z Convective Outlook update.

    May22020CO
    May32020CO
    May42020CO
    May52020CO
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  • can i help with categories

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    • yeah yeah, whatever you believe in




      im sure you can't take cursing. Oh no, how dare me use cuss words in 2018 when even 6 year olds use them. Fucking grow up

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    • Lonixdron2.0 wrote:
      yeah yeah, whatever you believe in

      im sure you can't take cursing. Oh no, how dare me use cuss words in 2018 when even 6 year olds use them. Fucking grow up

      Nothing to do with the cursing, everything to do with your shitty abusive attitude. You insulted me before even giving me a chance to reply, completely ignored the conditions and rules, and have continued to insult me for doing my job as an administrator and for having a life outside of the internet.

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  • he deserved it

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  • Could you help out with my Sep. 2021 outbreak?

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  • what is a M1-M2-M3-M4-M5-M6-M7-M8-M9-M10-M11-M12?????????

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    • Categories from a prototype version of the old Fujita Scale. Once a tornado reached F12 strength (Mach 1) there was also speculation that there could be supersonic tornadoes (M1-12). 

      It's pretty much impossible in real life for a tornado to get that strong, and the actual maximum limit for a tornado is probably somewhere between 300 and 350 mph. But this is a hypothetical wiki and you can do whatever you want with it :)

      Welcome to the wiki, by the way!

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    • thanks!

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  • Hi SilentShadow. I'm new to the world of Hypothetcial Tornadoes. I want to do some tornado-chasing someday as well. I have begun creating some pages in this Wiki.

    My longest page is called Albertapolis Freeway Tornado. I couldn't put a link in this message. If you have any spare time, can you go to that page and my others and give me some advice? I want to create a believable article, but I also want it to be powerful and destructive, but while also staying true to the Enhanced Fujita Scale.

    Some people like to have tornadoes that go higher than EF5 for some reason, but it's kind-of redundant because EF5 damage is still pushing the limits of imagination. The Alertapolis Freeway Tornado for example is powerful enough to peel concrete from the ground and has sustained wind speeds of 470 miles per hour but nevertheless is still an EF5 tornado.

    I also wanted to tell you in advance, Happy Birthday!

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    • Alissa the Wise Wolf wrote:


      Not to mention the Philadelphia EF5 was moving at 70 MPH when it did that. The other tornadoes were moving far slower.

      Yeah, my Albertapolis Freeway Tornado is travelling that fast for most of her life, and has winds of 470 miles per hour, strong enough to destroy freeways that were made of concrete! Sucking all the water out of two lakes as well. That would definitely lead to a couple-miles-wide trail of freshly-scoured ground about two feet deep . . . right?

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    • I've also been doing some background research of the tornado in El Reno in 2013. I learned that one of the storm chasers was trying to outrun the tornado with his car, and the the tornado's outer circulatory winds started pulling his car towards the tornado itself. Which would mean that the tornado really does work far beyond its visible condensation funnel. So I applied that characteristic to the Albertapolis Freeway Tornado as well . . . having the tornado destroy things within a couple miles of it without the tornado actually having to go over to that place and touch it.

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  • Whenever you're available, do you think its possible if you could read my pages and give me some notes on what I could do to adjust the data to be more in line with the actual weather patterns necessary to cause such an event? I'm mostly self taught and would love it if someone with professional education in the subject would help with the details.

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