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We ask you off the bat I mean we have had lots of reports.
On ES awards -- EF five tornadoes I mean it would just in general what do you think about the current weather patterns that -- seen.
Well then we're we're stuck right now I made it very low pressure systems that -- off the West Coast -- on the West Coast and so we're getting news that you know every day is another severe weather today but it's it is -- it is central plains and you know next three days again are going to be severe weather events in central plains and but if it is to be expected in May is that is our severe storm time friend.
So in terms of from the world of science.
What we're seeing as unfortunate as it is let's not forget that it's not surprising to me.
It's not surprised.
You name EEF five tornadoes are very rare there's only a few of them every year the United States so that's you know on.
You just hope that those don't get it populated area but very -- the more you know the more.
Incidents and huge amount of damage -- affecting people in lives and all that but.
We have to expect for five of those -- gonna happen every year in the United States.
What you don't expect we're talking about Moore Oklahoma we're showing the pictures of the devastation there.
This happens may third -- in 1999 an EF five tornado hit this same.
Plays with a 1% chance of it happening again.
-- It's that less than 1% -- it's about one in ten million chance of any location get hit by EF five tornado effort you have to twice.
We think is about one in ten trillion and it's yeah you're you're you're you're you're lucky that we -- the powerball and an opportunity to do that -- there's more so it's a.
Very very rare thing.
To to have something like this happen twice in the same community so what did what did you think when you -- when you guys saw that EF five -- Right that same path.
Well it's just terrible I spend playing in back in 99 that was.
Actively involved in the damage survey and I saw the people's lives that are -- in the homes and and then to see it coming again same spot and watching on television watching and lives.
It was just it is with a terrible thing I have friends and in in that area to and so.
This is a terrible tragedy for the -- all of central Oklahoma you have.
Michael talk to me about the app that can you you have developed.
We have we have an app called IMAP weather radio and what it does for you is it follows you on your phone and when you are in danger intelligent and talks to you.
For example we had a guy that was driving down interstate towards the tornado he got alerts DPP tornado warning for your location he pulled off -- road.
And he texted me about.
Two hours afterwards that.
You -- my -- and that's really what it's and we feel really -- -- -- and you don't take technology and mobile devices that combine them and.
Summit save people's lives and where to go to download this app.
You can get it on the iTunes story and -- -- on Google on and place story Google play store also and tell me the name of the app again.
IMAP weather radio.
Okay I've I've -- weather radio and when you say that the one guy text you to say that you saved him.
How were -- able to interact with you I get how you're -- communicate with us.
Well he he he was an appointment some minds have you reached out to me directly -- we've had many we've had at least ten people call under our company and -- the same thing so.
Statement by people.
Very very powerful and of course in order for that app to be active -- for you to be able to track as we have to make sure -- GPS is turned on correct.
Absolutely yeah well it's fascinating one have to -- your website again.
The it's W dean T ink dot com.
Ink dot com that's whether decisions technologies what it stands for Michael like you -- you so much for joining us here.
And that's an important apt considering the weather -- that we're seeing these days thank you so much -- Thank you very much.
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