Failed April Fools prank on the Storm Chasing community

Yesterday I tried to pull an April Fools-joke on my Twitter-followers hoping the Storm Chasing-community would be amused. Basically, what I did was to copy the hook echo created on the day of the Joplin-tornado, which is an obvious tornado echo with the debris ball and everything. I also took a screen dump of the...
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The website stats looks like a tornadic sky typically peaks at times when there is an outbreak of tornadoes (given all the attention from media I guess) and typically has a higher average during tornado season. I have noticed this a couple of times when I look at my stats from the website. By reversing the image I realized this actually looked...
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iPhone panocloning

Had some fun cloning myself using the iPhone panorama camera mode earlier this year, during a down day at White Sands, NM. Basically, what you do is take a photo yourself in the first shot, go behind the photographer and put yourself in position for the end portion of the panorama sweep. Panocloning!
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