The news media are presenting this as a great disaster. A natural disaster, something nobody is responsible for, and nobody could have done anything to prevent. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
There is a reason for everything, and that includes tornadoes. And the reason for a tornado is that the orgone atmosphere of the earth is being irritated by something, and the atmosphere is reacting to the irritation with a strong circulatory motion to get the stuck energy moving again.
A tornado is a healing processs in the atmosphere, a means of restoring normal pulsation to an atmosphere that has been exhausted and lapsed into stagnation by fighting a source of excitation for too long. It might not seem healing to the person who happens to find himself right in front of one, but healing it is, nonetheless.
I suspect the recent nuclear meltdown in Japan is the reason for these tornadoes. I expected them. And I expect more of them, perhaps for a very long time, until the radioactivity dies down and is no longer irritating the atmosphere enough to provoke it into a tornado-reaction.
There is a danger, however, that some fool with a cloudbuster and zero common sense will try to ''save lives'' by sabotaging the tornadoes, interfering with the process by which the earth is trying to clean itself up and recover from the meltdown. If some fool does try to prevent the formation of tornadoes, a vitally-needed resource, indispensible for removal of the effects of radioactivity from the biosphere, we could end up with long-term desertification instead of a few brief tornadoes.
I found this article by a meteorologist on the benefits of severe weather, including tornadoes. It is from a conventional science point of view, but makes some excellent points and is well worth reading.