Thunderstorm and tornado

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Corresponding Wikipedia article: Thunderstorm, Tornado

The atmospheric vortices of the various sizes emerge because of the pressure gradient and the consequent air flows.

The vortices, which are shaped in a fair weather, are supported by the air flows. When the air flows are over, the vortices rapidly decay.

The storm cloud differs from the usual cloud by the mandatory air turbulence, that is, by having a lot of the air vortices. The vortices of a dense steam, the droplets and the ice, in certain conditions produce the aetheric vortices due to the water properties. The aetheric vortices have an electric field, which is the real cause of the great electrization of a cloud located in the lower atmosphere (the ionosphere is much higher). As a result, there are various types of the lightnings.

The tornado will never occur in a fair weather, but only below a storm cloud, arising out of it. The wind only helps to shape the vortex, which then becomes a cause of the powerful air flows.

The tornado phenomenon is explained by the powerful aetheric vortex in the powerful magnetic fields generated by the electrical currents, including the lightnings, which always accompany a tornado. The aetheric vortex consumes the aether as an energy source and transfers the energy into the air-water vortex. This explains the unusual stability and power of the tornadoes, which are terminated only after the aetheric vortex decay.

In the tornado thundercloud, a stable concentrated area of the low pressure is formed, which causes the upward air flow below it. The circular flow produces a funnel, which outgoes from the cloud to the ground (water), that is, to the interface (boundary). The stable upward flow of the moving vortex lifts the various items from the ground and carries them over the long distances. The vortex interior (the “eye” of a storm) is calm.

The tornado eyewitnesses, in addition to the lightnings, saw the glowing areas of different colors and shapes within the thunderstorm cloud, which also emit the electromagnetic rays of a lower frequency than the visible light.

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