Environmental Sciences and Ecology: Current Research
[ ISSN : 2833-0811 ]

Prevention of Tornadoes

Mini Review
Volume 4 - Issue 1 | Article DOI : 10.54026/ESECR/1084

Benjamin J Scherlag1 , Ronald A Scherlag2 and Sunny S Po1

1University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK
2Unaffiliated Independent Scientific Investigator, Oklahoma City, OK

Corresponding Authors

Benjamin J Scherlag, Cardiovascular Services, 800 Stanton L. Young BLVD, Suite 5400, Oklahoma City, 73104, OK


Thunderstorm, Wall Cloud, Vortex, Rain free, Waterbombing

Received : February 14, 2023
Published : February 27, 2023


For decades, environmentalists and weather scientists have publicized the impending crisis caused by the accumulation of “greenhouse gases” in the global environment. The greater destructive forces of storms such as increasing strength of recent hurricanes has provided confirmation of the effects of Climate Change. The ability to counteract these changes has been a slow process which is predicted to cost trillions of dollars and environmental attempts to deal with climate change, e.g., wind farms and development of solar energy. There is one environmental event that annually cost lives and great loss of property that can be interdicted by present technology. In the present report, methods are proposed for preventing tornado occurrences based on new insights into tornado formation.