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Hold The Waves - Sounds Like Tornado - Embrace The Storm (CDr)

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  1. Nataur
    Nov 01,  · 'Gravity Waves' in Atmosphere May Strengthen Tornadoes Giant waves of air rippling through the atmosphere might spin up or intensify tornadoes when they interact with powerful thunderstorms.
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    May 21,  · Oklahoma tornado 'most terrifying sound I have ever heard' James Menzies, storm tracker for KWTV 9 News in Oklahoma City, who found himself just a few hundred metres from the tornado says he could.
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    May 22,  · John Kass: Tornadoes sound like eerie silence — then evil Michael Budrys, Chicago Tribune A man searches for belongings after the tornado near .
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    May 14,  · Infrasound waves have frequencies below the range of human hearing that need special acoustic equipment to be detected. Other weather and geological phenomena, such as .
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    see wave lesson plans see storm lesson plans. Waves, Storms & Tsunamis Articles. article Tracking volcanic rock to the shores of Belize. article Seguimiento de Roca Volcánica Hasta las Costas de Belice. article Currents, Waves, and Tides: The Ocean in Motion. article The Ingredients for a Hurricane.
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    Oct 10,  · The large Bennington, Kansas tornado produced a clear audible roar, sounding like a large waterfall. This amazing tornado on May 28, lasted more than 45 minutes as it .
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    Jun 22,  · Rain Sound - Sounds of Rainstorms S1 • E11 Electrifying Thunderstorms - 11 Hours -Sounds of Nature 24 of 59 - Nature Sounds - Duration: Relax24 , views
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    May 22,  · Roaring, rumbling, buzzing, or hissing. Tornado survivors have compared the sound of the storm to a waterfall, stampeding bulls, or a massive swarm of bees, according to tornado historian Tom.
  9. Faegore
    May 09,  · Sound waves from severe thunderstorms can be used to listen for the formation of tornadoes, according to research by Oklahoma State University (OSU) scientists.

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