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 Science Projects: How a Tornado Is Formed?

Answer Learning how tornadoes are formed can be a hands-on activity for any science class project. Tornadoes are naturally occurring disasters that can affect nearly any temperate zone, so understanding h... Read More »
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How does a vacuum cleaner simulate a tornado How is it like a real tornado?

A Vacuum Cleaner is similar to a tornado because a vacuum cleaner sucks things up as does a tornado. Some people might say a tornado is God's vacuum cleaner.
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What does the eye of a tornado look like?

Inside a tornado, air moves in a counterclockwise direction and continually changes velocity, according to the Argonne National Laboratory. Sometimes tornado eyes can have a brighter and calmer app... Read More »
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How big is the eye of a tornado?

Because tornadoes vary in size, they can be anywhere from a few feet in diameter to over a hundred yards wide. A witness who survived being caught in the eye of a large tornado described a 150-yard... Read More »
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Does a tornado have an eye?

The center of a tornado is called the "eye." In many cases, the eye of a tornado is calm, lacking the high, strong, rotating winds that are consistent with a tornado. However, no studies yet have d... Read More »
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