Magma Cum Laude
The news coverage of the destruction from the tornadoes in Oklahoma is pretty devastating. Rather than watch endless shots of newscasters wandering through the rubble, I've been paying attention to folks in the geoblogosphere who are speaking to the science as well as the disaster - particularly Dan Satterfield over at Dan's Wild Wild Science Journal. He's been doing a fantastic job blogging and tweeting about not only the scientific aspects of the tornado but the situation on the ground. As much as I wish I could be out doing disaster prevention work, I'm not able to just yet. But there are other ways to help.