Jeff, I am referring to this research: agu.confex.com/agu/fm18/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/432399
Dr. Houser gave a similar talk at the 2018 Iowa NWA Severe Storms Conference and at the 2018 Severe Local Storms Conference. I am currently not aware of a paper published by her team on this topic. It seems that when it was presented recently at AGU, various media outlets picked up on it, resulting in it getting a lot of attention.
So help me understand the line of thinking... If we see a TVS and issue a warning, and a tornado occurs afterwards, you (this research) is saying that the warning was issued too late because the tornado formed prior to a circulation aloft? That's going to be a hard sell
I tried to explain the wind dynamics in the Tornado funnel, despite the lack of resources. Please I need your help and advice, this is the link for my Tornadogenesis Observational Hypothesis: Theories and Scientific Proposals with some illustrating drawings.