Tribute to Chiranjeevi Sarja – Art by Glanson Dsouza

Tribute to Chiranjeevi Sarja – Art by Glanson Dsouza


Artist: Glanson Dsouza, Kasaragod, Kerala

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Tornadoes and Life

They begin life as ghosts, gently going through a lonely existence, but slowly, their gentleness turns to anger. They grow bigger and bigger, tossing and twisting, and desperately reaching for the sky, and what started out as an invisible shadow turns into a monster.

Tornadoes are powerful rotating columns of air that extend from the ground to the clouds. Most are relatively weak, but the few that turn into major events are extremely violent and cause immense destruction. Tornadoes occur on six of the seven continents.

The country with the highest number of tornadoes based on land size is the United Kingdom, with an average of approximately 33 tornadoes reported each year. But the country with the highest total number of tornadoes and the most intense is the United States, with more than 1,000 reported annually.

Tornadoes, no matter where they occur, are classified as supercell tornadoes, which form within supercells, the most powerful class of thunderstorms, or non-supercell tornadoes, which are smaller and weaker and form within storms, not of supercells.

There are many studies behind the formation of tornadoes. A key component they share is the presence of high and low pressure air in a given space. Air particles from the high pressure area move into a low pressure area, a movement that creates wind.

Non-supercell tornadoes, such as waterspouts and landfills, start when there is high-pressure cold air and low-pressure warm air, especially near ground level. As the air particles move horizontally from the high pressure area to the low pressure area, the wind begins to rise.

Winds that blow at different speeds and in different directions and altitudes begin to blow cyclically. In the case of tornadoes that are not supercells, they become a vertical rotating vortex. But to create tornadoes of supercells, the circumstances are slightly different.

Violent supercell storms draw warm, low-pressure air at a higher altitude, leaving behind cold, high-pressure air near the ground. Air particles trying to balance the two levels of air pressure create a vertically blowing wind. The wind increases and begins to blow cyclically, creating a wind pipe that rolls across the ground.

In both cases, an updraft called updraft provides the final ingredient to create a tornado. In a budding tornado that is not a supercell, an updraft stretches its vertical vortex until it reaches the clouds. To create a supercell tornado, an updraft lifts the rolling wind tube upward until it stands up. It then draws condensation out of the skies into the spinning vortex.

As soon as the vortices, supercells or non-supercells, connect the ground to the clouds, they are officially classified as tornadoes. All tornadoes are classified based on a system called the Enhanced Fujita Scale. The Enhanced Fujita Scale, or EF, ranks tornadoes from an EF0 to EF5 rating. The rating is based on several factors, such as the damage a tornado causes and Doppler radar estimates of its wind speeds.

EF0 tornadoes are the weakest, with wind speeds between 65 and 85 miles per hour. EF5 tornadoes are the strongest, with wind speeds in excess of 200 miles per hour. One of the strongest tornadoes on record occurred in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in 1999.

Born from a supercell storm, the EF5 tornado had wind speeds of more than 300 miles per hour. It resulted in 36 deaths, injured nearly 600, and caused damage of about $ 1 billion. While tornadoes cannot be prevented, steps are being taken to protect communities.

Forecasters closely monitor storm fronts in high-risk areas and attempt to forecast possible tornado events. In doing so, they help mitigate damage to neighborhoods and save countless lives, even in the face of one of nature’s most formidable.


How to Become Famous on YouTube FAST

There’s a few tricks that can get you to this question. One of the first things you’re going to want to do is have some really amazing videos on your channel you got to spend hours editing them, think of great ideas after you spent many hours editing just one video upload it on your youtube channel.

if you have slow internet that’s the best check your video and in about 5 days you’ll get around 3 views yay, this was definitely worth all the work. Now don’t get discouraged if you only have three views at first because maybe if you check in three weeks you might get up to 5 views.

If you have low likes like maybe one or two you can always make five other accounts and like your video now that you have your really popular video out on your youtube channel, you’re going to want to advertise you might want to start off by texting your friends or close family members first if you want to expand you can always make a social media hey i got a follower oh, nevermind, they unfollowed wow you’re one step closer to becoming a one famous youtube star.

Now if you want to be famous and stay famous on youtube you need to got to look perfect so you want to edit all your youtube thumbnails and all your photos and every single thing that shows you perfect you don’t want to show the actual you those are just some of my tips on how to become a famous youtuber there’s plenty more but most likely all of you that are reading this article probably have way more views and way more subscribers than anybody. So don’t take my word for it and try it yourself.

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