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ewe stick your head out the window and look up and then away in the direction that the wind is coming from.
I use the calibrated rock and a rope method.......
How can we do so? Accurately? Please answer as detail as possible and provide sources (if available). Thanks!
Calibrated rock:You can see the rock - the sun is shining.The rock has no shadow - it is cloudyThe rock is wet - it is rainingThe rock is white - it is snowingThe rock is moving - tornado.The calibrated rope:The rope hangs down - there is no windThe rope moves a little - there is a light breezeThe rope is horizontal - there is a very strong windThe rope is pointing up - you are in a tornadoThe rope is wet - it is raining.
And that, your Honour, concludes the case for the defence.