More focused research should be conducted to better predict the probability of tornado occurrence. Tornadoes affect millions of residents across the United States, and they bring expensive damage with them. By conducting more research, tornadoes can become better protected, saving the lives and financial resources of millions across the country.
I believe that tornadoes should be thoroughly researched. Tornadoes are very dangerous and can uproot many lives, sometimes even entire towns. The enhanced research that would make it easier to predict patterns would potentially save hundreds to thousands of lives over time. It is difficult to determine if the science can be perfected, likely not, but it is worth trying. After all, we are making a lot of progress with earthquake detection and other natural disaster related issues.
More focused research should be conducted to better predict the probability of tornado occurrence, but it should not be federally funded. Predicting weather is hard enough as it is. Predicting random events like a tornado is even harder. My fear is that money spent would be money wasted. Private funding should be used for this.
More focused research is needed in order to better predict the probability of a tornado occurring. These are devastating storms that tear apart houses and towns. Often, these can occur without warning. A more intensive research effort can examine common factors in order to increase the predictability. This is a safety issue.