Double Trouble

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damn.

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    13 Responses to Double Trouble

    1. Sweet. I’d love a hi-res version of this one.

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    2. What would be really great is a tornado with a lightning storm inside it. That’d mess up some towns. Send one of those to Tornado Alley and get rid of those rednecks once and for all.

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    3. to Samael: That’s be wicked…imagine sitting in your basement & you’d think the eye of the Hurricane was passing over you so you peep your head out, then shazzam, lightning strikes.

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    4. There have been reports of a strange sort of lightning seen inside tornadoes. I don’t remember much about it.

      (massive weather geek)

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    5. Actually I think lightning strikes inside or around a tornado makes a lot of sense. Lightening is caused by ice particles/water droplets colliding and rubbing against each other, resulting in the building of a large electrostatic charge that gets released as lightning.
      In a tornado, you can have the same thing occur, albeit the particles will be moving horizontally rather than vertically as they would in a cloud, so it shouldn’t be unusual to see lightning in or around an water/ice laden tornado…

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    6. i’ve heard of cows and witches inside tornadoes, but not lightning.

      someone must have masturbated for the one millionth time. this is what happens when that happens.

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    7. Oh, also:

      You can hear lightning on AM radio, but what most people don’t know is that you can also detect tornadoes. It’ll show up as a constant hissing that grows louder rather than random pops like lightning makes.

      I’ll stfu now ūüôĀ

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    8. So how do you distinguish that from just bad reception? (actually interested, not just being a nitpicky bitch)

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    9. Still listening to Otis Rush? Welcome to 2008 fags it’s all about America Fergie now. Fergalicious motherfuckers.

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    10. I dunno, I think static varies more than a tornado would. The tornado gives off a constant frequency (55 hz i think). I’ve never heard it, so y’know.

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    11. Yeah, I think background static would occur at different frequencies than tornado static…

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    12. Well, I don’t know jack about radios, other than tuning in to AM and FM stations. I’m guessing you’re talking about using a ham radio, in which case I’d also assume that you get quite a greater range than with a normal one. I guess your constant buzz makes sense. Maybe one day I’ll look further into it.

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    13. @redxblack. yes, and they’re both headed for a kitten pound.

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