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Tornadoes 101 | National Geographic

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Published on : 30 Aug 2019

Tornadoes are some of the most destructive forces of nature. Learn how tornadoes form, how they are rated, and the country where the most intense tornadoes occur.
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Baby Big
Baby Big 2 months ago

When National Geographic uses only imperial units. =/
cmon you can do better. Just add the metric ones under or on the side, you don't have to talk them, we can read them.

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Sen Kids
Sen Kids 2 months ago

Anti-tornadic measures SHOULD INCLUDE using bombs that can disturb the airflow in and around a tornado. It's totally doable.

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CreativeKids
CreativeKids 2 months ago

We've had tornadoes every Christmas for the past 8 years.

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2 months ago

Wouldn't they have to test this to know it lol

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nhacthieunhi
nhacthieunhi 2 months ago

the uk hasnt had a tornado in 196 years.. we have tornadoes that are around 1 - 4 inches long and 6 cm thick

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NaoFun Toys
NaoFun Toys 2 months ago

I've always wanted to see a tornado.

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Erlania e Valentina
Erlania e Valentina 2 months ago

It's more fascinating than thunderstorm or bhot bhayanak bhi h

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Kids Game Show
Kids Game Show 2 months ago

They dont mitigate ANY damage to physical properties. Only human lives.

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Sen Kids
Sen Kids 2 months ago

ok

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SR Toys
SR Toys 2 months ago

Excellent information on tornadoes

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Evan TubeHD
Evan TubeHD 2 months ago

Deadly taste of nature

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Nat Geo
Nat Geo 2 months ago

Another great video.

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WildBrain
WildBrain 2 months ago

Did not know the UK had tornadoes, and I live there.

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Totoykids
Totoykids 2 months ago

I am not scared. I go the gym

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Miss Katy
Miss Katy 2 months ago

What about sharknados?

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Galinha Pintadinha
Galinha Pintadinha 2 months ago

Love tornadoes. I wonder if I can see one someday in a desert area and in a safe distance.

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Miss Katy
Miss Katy 2 months ago

I’ll just add that to my list of complex misunderstood reasons why I’d leave America and never return.

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Giọng Hát Việt Baby

12 mio subs nice

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CKN Toys Kids
CKN Toys Kids 2 months ago

I live in the UK and have never heard of any tornadoes occurring here...!

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Satisfying Slime ASMR

"Miles" per hour..??

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