An EF-3 tornado destroys a wind turbine south of Spivey and west of Duquoin in Harper County, Kansas. The HD video is shown at normal size, then it repeats w...
Tornado vs. Wind Turbine May 19, 2012 Harper County, Kansas
Does anyone else find irony in this? Anyone??
People always ask about this. ?
also you can add nuclear science, medical science, warfare technology,
communications, aviation, and motorsports to my list of interests.
so really there is no difference at all. it used to be just the F scale,
now its the EF scale. im sure you might know this fact, the F scale to
begin with was named after a weatherman named Theodore Fujita
they invented that scale to rate the strength of the tornado by the amount
of structural damage caused
yes sir I am, I found Christianity when was 13, and ever since then its
been like a drug that im glad to be addicted too
i here theres F0s
if youre caught outside without protection right as the tornado reaches
your exact location NO. because tornadoes pick up pieces of debris that
turn to lethal shrapnel that are moving as fast as the winds are moving.
plus the winds would pick you up and carry you several hundred even several
thousand feet into the air. and when the wind cant keep you aloft anymore
youll fall to your death. The F scale meant fujita and now its basically
enhanced fujita (EF)
ok but you Christain ?
an EF 4 tornado with winds reaching 190-220mph+ can easily pick up a
locomotive and toss it for well over a mile, and EF3 with winds around
130-165+mph can easily destroy a small structure including wind turbines
and TV towers
Imagine the destruction caused by the notorious EF5 tornado. wind speeds
can be as high as 320+mph which is strong enough to rip the clothing and
even skin right off a persons body
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