2. All Oklahoma farmers in 1968 knew what an F-5 was. Since the Fujita scale was just developed in the 60's it's doubtful even Gary England knew about it and he certainly didn't mention it on the air.
3. Corporate sponsors? What's that? Nearly all weather research is funded by government grants.
4. "Nexrad realtime" is an oxymoron. While faster processing is coming out, at the time there was a six minute delay between scan and display update.
5. Putting something on top of the truck and driving off... Ok, I've been doing that for years, storm or no storm.
6. The red and green blobs on the radar dance around when there is a tornado. Darn it! I've been reading it wrong for years.
7. It's only dark right where the tornado is and sunny all around.
8. Horses wait till the fence is coming apart before running from a storm.
9. You can tie yourself down to keep the tornado from blowing you away and somehow survive the thousands of pieces of 300 mile per hour debris.
10. Tornadoes always hit something important and then abruptly disappear instead of gradually getting weaker.