Today is the two-year anniversary of the largest tornado ever recorded. The tornado, a multiple-vortex EF-3 (by damage, EF-5 by radar measurements) grew to an astonishing width of 2.6 miles at its widest. The storm killed eight people, including three highly experienced storm chasers caught by the tornado’s explosive…
Have you ever experienced a sonic boom? A sonic boom so forceful that your dishes fell from the cupboards, your photos fell off the walls, and maybe your ceiling even started to crack? This was the reality that residents of Oklahoma City endured for six months in 1964 — eight times per day.
C'mon folks, this is just getting ridiculous. After a Ninja Turtle held up a Wendy's in Wisconsin, a Spider-Man-masked bandit and his accomplice heisted a convenience store in Oklahoma City last week. J. Jonah Jameson was a visionary.