Supercomputing Simulation of a Tornado-Producing Thunderstorm Looks Amazingly Real


18 Aug 2015 Phoenix - Eric Holthaus published in Future Tense a supercomputer simulation of a tornado-producing thunderstorm. "The supercomputing network Bock used to make the simulation, a $121 million partnership between more than a dozen universities and the National Science Foundation, is among the most powerful computing resources in the world. The simulation is at 50 meter resolution - about 60 times better than the best operational weather models currently operate", writes Holthaus.
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