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Low gray clouds loom in the distance Suddenly a tail descends from one of them and twists itself into a spinning funnel-shaped system - a tornado It whips back and forth as it moves across the earth whisking away houses trees and other objects with the tremendous force of its spinning winds Tornadoes are one of the worlds deadliest and most unpredictable villains mankind will ever face Tornadoes can harm and benefit society in many different ways Tornadoes can harm society in destruction of property mutilating the economy traumatizing the human mind and significantly damaging the planet tornadoes can benefit society through limiting population helping with pollination and assisting scientists to build better structures to fend off against tornadoesA tornado is a powerful column of wild spiraling around a point of low atmosphere Tornadoes are the most powerful natural disaster on Earth producing incredible wind speeds low air pressure the destruction of homes and structures and are very capable killers Tornadoes kill 60 people per year on average mostly from falling or flying debris NOAA 1 Tornadoes mainly cause death through flying debris but the tornado itself can carry a person up or many belongings such as cars beds houses roofs etc About 1200 tornadoes hit the US each year NOAA 1 There are many types of tornadoes such as dust devils fire whirls gustnadoes landspouts and waterspouts Basically tornadoes are caused by the cap or difference between the cold moist air in the atmosphere and the hot tropical air lower to the ground breaks This causes the hot air to rise up into the upper atmosphere at tremendous speeds lower the air pressure and at least create a thunderstorm The storm would die in hail or rain and a tornado would probably form unless the air pressure evens out again or the cap is recreated somehow The formation of a tornado is still a mystery
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