To the editor:
Something we've never tried is to neutralizing storms by interrupting their wind force and destructive suction.
I envision dropping a bomb into the center of a tornado or hurricane in an area which would be least destructive to the landscape and an ocean path.
I reason that depending on the force required that a bomb could interrupt the cause and effect of the wind turbulence and by such an interruption knock the power out of the turbulence.
Some of our scientists should be able to determine how much counteracting force would be required to interrupt the wind force. We, with our incalculable offsetting force, could try out the experiment in the Kansas or Nebraska plains without much damage to the terrain or better yet attempt to neutralize the force over the ocean and drop the bomb with our U.S. Air Force.
Nothing tried, nothing gained and think of the benefits if it works.
John N. Dodgen