Today´s Quotation comes from Michael Koryta: So Cold the River.
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The most important tool for observing thunderstorms is the trained eye of the storm spotter.
This claim made in an era of Doppler radars and high-tech satellites. They were experts, too. So if they said it, she figured it was true. Besides, that statement was the sort of thing that had always made sense to her. It gave science its due while warning that humans hadn’t yet developed a science that could understand, encompass, or predict all the tricks of this wild world. Nor, she knew, would they ever,
From So Cold the River by Michael Koryta