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Post by Tunnelcat » Tue May 20, 2014 5:25 pm

That's an impressive super cell! I think I'd be heading in the opposite direction if I was anywhere near this monster. It looks like something right out of a sci-fi movie! Then it just vanishes.....poof!

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Re: Whoa!

Post by sigma » Wed May 21, 2014 10:41 am

I love to review the movie "Twister". If for you it may be a common occurrence, for me it's a real exotic. I would like to see something like this in reality, at least once...
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Post by Tunnelcat » Wed May 21, 2014 11:09 am

You wouldn't want to be under one of these monsters. The hail they usually drop is BIG, 2 inches in diameter or more. When I lived in Colorado, the roof of my house was totally destroyed by hail. Had to have all new shingles put back on. Even my husband's car got a few dents in it, and it wasn't even underneath the storm. Once was enough, but dodging hail while driving on the interstate got very old. Thank God for highway overpasses. The lightning wasn't pleasant either. Mid-westerners can keep those storms.
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Re: Whoa!

Post by sigma » Wed May 21, 2014 11:52 am

I can buy an old БТР in the army (of course, only on the condition that it will be dismantled all military equipment). If I want to, I can use the БТР as a car in the U.S.?

(this БТР)

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Post by Duper » Wed May 21, 2014 12:52 pm

LOL sigma. That's awesome! You would need turn signals and a license plate. ;)

Hey Sigma, you folks have areas that generate storm cells like this? If so, where? Here in the States, It's mostly in the middle of the country where it's flat and we get cold from the north and warm out of the south.
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Post by sigma » Wed May 21, 2014 2:16 pm

I do not see anything funny in it. If you have ambitions to get big of a wild beast or a good fishing for large wild rare fish, you will deliver to the hunting only on military equipment. And only on Russian military equipment. Because Unimog, Polaris, Arctic Cat, etc., do not maintain our roads and weather conditions. A large part of Russia in general you can not paying by helicopter. It if will favorable weather conditions. If you lose connection, most likely find your bones after a year at best.
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"American astronaut lands in Siberia. Fortunately for him, after a while it finds Russian hunter. American asks him - Do you speak English?
Russian answers - Yes, of course. Just what is the good of it?"


In Russia there is no such tornadoes. I watched only small tornadoes in the Black Sea. But U.S. tornadoes, no doubt, out of competition.
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Re: Whoa!

Post by Foil » Thu May 22, 2014 12:53 pm

sigma wrote:I would like to see something like this in reality, at least once...
Smaller tornadoes can be beautiful. They twist as if dancing, and kick up all kinds of dust to create amazing colors in the sky. I've seen a couple of those.

Massive tornadoes (like the one which hit Oklahoma last May) are just dark and utterly destructive. I never want to see one in person.
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Post by Duper » Thu May 22, 2014 1:28 pm

Sigma, here in the States, we can't usually buy military equipment. Here it would be, what we call "over kill". (I doubt that is going to translate correctly). So I found it somewhat amusing. But, if it gets the job done for you and you can buy something like that then that's actually pretty cool! The thought of its gas mileage frightens me though. ;)
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Re: Whoa!

Post by Tunnelcat » Mon May 26, 2014 1:28 pm

Heh, heh sigma. Looks pretty close to this, a storm chasers creation. Your military vehicle would work just fine, although you'd have to put on those retractable flaps at the base to keep the tornado's winds from flipping your vehicle. Having your vehicle violently flipped over would not be fun. :lol:

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Re: Whoa!

Post by sigma » Tue May 27, 2014 5:03 am

tunnelcat wrote:Heh, heh sigma. Looks pretty close to this, a storm chasers creation. Your military vehicle would work just fine, although you'd have to put on those retractable flaps at the base to keep the tornado's winds from flipping your vehicle. Having your vehicle violently flipped over would not be fun. :lol:
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Post by Isaac » Tue May 27, 2014 9:32 am

I think tornado will pick up just about anything man-made.
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Re: Whoa!

Post by sigma » Tue May 27, 2014 2:57 pm

Isaac wrote:I think tornado will pick up just about anything man-made.
Frankly, I'm bad enough imagine how tanks can fly through a tornado :shock: Russian tanks genuinely surprised :)


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In fact, due to the difficult climatic conditions, the Russian people always make their homes in at least two layers of brick. Maybe Americans need to learn Russian experience. I often see in the news that a tornado caused enormous damage to residential buildings, you still continue to build houses out of cardboard. I do not understand how you survive there, in your America, in that case...
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Re: Whoa!

Post by Krom » Tue May 27, 2014 3:29 pm

You're seriously underestimating the destructive force of a large tornado. A brick house might as well be made of toilet paper when a F5 tornado is knocking on the door, these things literally rip up even the soil and the roads as they move along. A tank might be heavy, but that doesn't mean it won't get tossed around like an empty aluminum can if it is hit by such a tornado.

The town I used to work for got hit by a tornado in 2002, one of the water towers in town was brought down because the F3 tornado picked up a full size utility van and threw it several hundred feet into one of the tower legs. Several brick buildings were condemned or outright destroyed, fortunately nobody died and there were few injuries because it hit mostly the business district during a holiday weekend and almost everything was closed. The side of the city hall had pieces of timber that was thrown so hard it had embedded itself in to the brick and concrete face of the building, all the windows on that side of the building were broken as well, and that building is a nuclear fallout shelter.
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Re: Whoa!

Post by Isaac » Tue May 27, 2014 3:59 pm

The 2011 Tuscaloosa tornado hurled a train car weighing 71,600 lbs 130 yards. A 100,000 lbs tank would probably not go as far but it would probably move and get scratched up too.

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Re: Whoa!

Post by Tunnelcat » Tue May 27, 2014 4:00 pm

I don't know Krom. A main battle tank is low to the ground and very heavy. I guess it might be possible with an F5 to do it and if nothing blocks the wind from getting underneath the tank and lifting it. 260 to 310+ mph winds can do some very serious damage.

Tornadoes do blow over heavy trains all the time, but the wheel spacing is narrow side to side on the cars, so they tend to tip over in heavy winds anyway. This video is pretty interesting. It's a camera shot from the rear of a train locomotive when a tornado hits. The tornado tips over quite a few cars, but not the locomotive. But it's the cars that are left upright that do something at the end of the video I wasn't expecting.

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Post by Krom » Tue May 27, 2014 7:28 pm

The M1A2 weighs 135,000 pounds, but with its hull at 7.93m x 3.66m x 2.44m, its density is about 862 kilograms per cubic meter. To put this in perspective, a tornado can easily pick up and throw around bricks, and while you don't think of a brick being as heavy as a tank, they are in fact denser at between 1400 to 2400 kilograms per cubic meter. Denser means they have less aerodynamic drag by volume than a tank would, so basically if a tornado can pick up a brick, it can pick up a tank too.
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Post by Sirius » Wed May 28, 2014 1:23 am

I'm wondering whether you can get a house/building to survive F5 tornados then - build them in the shape of a bubble / blister and out of reinforced concrete?
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Post by Top Gun » Wed May 28, 2014 2:07 am

Theoretically you probably could, but at that point it'd be far more cost-effective to just have a good underground shelter.
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Post by snoopy » Wed May 28, 2014 9:28 am

Sirius wrote:I'm wondering whether you can get a house/building to survive F5 tornados then - build them in the shape of a bubble / blister and out of reinforced concrete?
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Re: Whoa!

Post by Tunnelcat » Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:49 am

I didn't know they HAD beaches in Siberia, let alone enough heat to create hail storms. :shock:

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Post by Sirius » Mon Jul 14, 2014 10:16 am

Siberia has a lot of coastline, though much of it is locked in by ice much of the year. However, the eastern coast (near Japan up towards Alaska) wouldn't necessarily follow that pattern.
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Post by flip » Sat Jul 19, 2014 11:42 pm

LOL! Too Funny Isaac :)
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Post by sigma » Thu Jan 15, 2015 5:36 pm

Some cats are much better than some mothers

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Re: Whoa!

Post by Tunnelcat » Fri Jan 16, 2015 12:49 pm

Plus, they have claws and know how to use them!



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Re: Whoa!

Post by Top Gun » Sat Jan 17, 2015 12:42 pm

sigma wrote:Some cats are much better than some mothers

http://nypost.com/2015/01/15/hero-cat-s ... -to-death/
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Top Gun wrote:
sigma wrote:Some cats are much better than some mothers

http://nypost.com/2015/01/15/hero-cat-s ... -to-death/
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If your thinking of Russia is still the Soviet Union, in which case you forgot to add: "Good Soviet kitty!" :wink:
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Post by Sirius » Sat Jan 17, 2015 10:17 pm

It's a reference to this one: http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/in-soviet-russia
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Post by sigma » Sat Jan 17, 2015 10:54 pm

Well, what to say here. Jews are strange people. They can be endlessly loyal to Russia, but on the other hand, they can easily betray their homeland. In other words, they can easily change their place of residence, citizenship and work that they should be warmer and more comfortable to live. Although Russian Jews showed miracles of courage in war... In short, same Jews are fundamentally different.
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Post by sigma » Wed Feb 04, 2015 3:39 pm

It seems that these people may well believe in the existence of God :)

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Post by Tunnelcat » Thu Feb 05, 2015 3:04 pm

This very thing happened to me, but fortunately, I didn't get hit. A heavy truck wheel came off the bed of a truck that was traveling in the opposite direction. It proceeded to bounce just a few feet in front of my car, went over the top and bounced behind me, missing both my car and the car behind me before it ended up in a farmer's field. I guess God was watching over both of us that day.

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Post by Duper » Thu Feb 05, 2015 3:26 pm

Wow, that's crazy TC. Glad you're OK. The guy driving this car escaped alright...though I think his car saw better days.
Did you see the footage of that plane in Taiwan? Wow. That is some scary stuff.

on a side note, I watch the vid you posted which had an Ad for a product that's pretty cool. Thought ya'll might like it. http://www.soloshot.com/?gclid=CPew__Dd ... fgodn7wAEg

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Pretty neat, but I don't think I'd leave it unattended on the beach. o_0
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Post by Tunnelcat » Fri Feb 06, 2015 12:51 pm

Considering I was driving a 1972 Ford Pinto at the time doing 55 MPH when that flying truck wheel bounced in front of me and over the top going the same speed in the opposite direction, it's a good thing it didn't hit my car, or the damn thing would have probably blown up or something. Did almost pee in my pants however. :P

Yeah, that does look cool and the tracking ability is mind blowing, but like you said, I wouldn't want to leave it unattended around people for fear of it being swiped. :wink:
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Re: Whoa!

Post by sigma » Mon Feb 09, 2015 9:05 pm

Photo of the comet. Real comet. Real photo. Even hard to believe.
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Post by Duper » Mon Feb 09, 2015 9:23 pm

Funny thing about this comet ...those jets have totally dumbfounded scientists. ^_^
and thanks to the Russian scientists... we have some really cool pictures. ..even if the landing as a bit rough. ;)
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Post by Tunnelcat » Wed Feb 11, 2015 5:33 pm

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Post by Duper » Thu Feb 12, 2015 12:04 am

Oh yeah. Gravity lenses are awesome. ^_^
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Post by Tunnelcat » Fri Feb 13, 2015 10:32 pm

This Hubble picture looks like yet another gravity lens.

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Re: Whoa!

Post by sigma » Sun Feb 15, 2015 1:48 pm

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Post by Tunnelcat » Thu Feb 19, 2015 12:24 pm

More interesting finds, one in space, the other on the bottom of an earth ocean.

http://news.yahoo.com/vast-bed-metal-ba ... 23287.html

http://news.yahoo.com/galaxy-merger-cau ... 33072.html
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Re: Whoa!

Post by sigma » Fri Feb 20, 2015 6:11 am

Exactly the same stones are on Ustyurt Plateau (only a little more size)

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on Bering Island

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and on Moeraki Boulders

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Although the nature creates a lot of stones of regular geometric shape, so I am not surprised nothing already :) Although no doubt this is a very beautiful and unusual.


Giant's Causeway

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Amethyst

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Beryl

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Almandine

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and so forth... :)
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