Black holes are sometimes described as "giant vacuum cleaners in the sky", sucking in everything around them, but this description is highly inaccurate... so a better visualization would be that of a whirlpool or tornado curling like water ... The creators Spirit Science videos just released a new video describing Nassim Haramein's work on black holes and how to properly visualize the structure of the vacuum: (post by Jamie Janover)
"Fire Dragon". One of natures rarest phenomena - a tornado composed of fire. Also called a fire devil, it occurs when warm rising air meets a fire and the rising mass of air pulls the fire up into the air,
MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina, July 6, 2001, (VIDEO ONE), F1 and F2 tornadoes. Two unusual visitors disrupted the carefree routine of beach-goers in the late afternoon at this popular ocean resort town. This first video shows both the short-lived first EF1 that hit the north side of the beach and the other, stronger and more damaging and well-defined cone tornado to the south. Only minor injuries resulted. (Kevin@RKy)
When Nature Strikes: Science of Natural Hazards - each video is six minutes long and covers a single topic: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Hurricanes, Flash Floods, Landslides, Tornadoes, Space Weather, Wildfires, and Tsunamis.
"We may have just seen the strongest tornado in the history of the world" Moore, Oklahoma tornado. Credit @wx8ben pic.twitter.com/BCVhFoZpHi"Heartbreaking Video of Tornado Destruction in Oklahoma - may 20, 2013
Perhaps the coolest way to bake up a potato! You've got to try these Tornado Potato Skewers! With a mix of herbs, butter and cheese they are as delicious as they are fun to eat. Click for the video and recipe and enjoy!