In 2011, the BBC announced that 2011 was the deadliest year for tornadoes, because people didn’t know how to count accurately before 1950.
Barack Obama: Joplin tornado ‘a national tragedy’ – BBC News
We built the atomic bomb in 1945 and were actually quite good at counting before 1950.
Tornado – an overview (pdf) | ScienceDirect Topics
By 2021, the press determined that the 2011 outbreak was the deadliest in history.
10 years since the deadliest tornado outbreak in U.S. history
Back in the real world, the 2011 outbreak didn’t rank in the top ten over the past century.
Top 10 Deadliest American Tornado Outbreaks of the Past 100 Years | WatchMojo.com
Microsoft Word – Tornado Outbreak Day Sequences _22nd SLS Oct 2004_ Schneid…
The worst tornado outbreak may have occurred in 1896.
“The tornado outbreak sequence of May 1896 was a series of violent and deadly tornado outbreaks that struck much of the Central and Southern United States from May 15 to 28, 1896. It is considered one of the worst tornado outbreak sequences on record with tornado expert Tom Grazulis stating that the week of May 24–28 was “perhaps the most violent single week of tornado activity in United States history”. There were four particularly notable tornado outbreaks during the two-week period. It produced three F5 tornadoes as well as the third deadliest tornado ever in United States history. A total of 484 people were killed during the entire outbreak sequence by at least 38 different tornadoes which struck Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Kentucky, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland.”
s any sane person believe the BBC?
They just go along with what they are told. At least the old Soviet Pravda had a 60% rule where 60% of what they said was true. Any less then no one would believe them.
Canada is finished
Coming to the US soon.
And why are they wearing mask?
It’s step number 1 to the genocide about to happen
The plot is of fatalities per year, but its not population adjusted. There was 50% as many people in 1950 and 25% as many in 1900. The adjusted chart would make fatalities look miniscule and irrelevant compared to the past.
The week of May 24-28 was “possibly the most violent single week of tornado activity in United States history,” according to tornado researcher Tom Grazulis, making it one of the worst tornado outbreak sequences in recorded history.