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Question 1:
What role did Nestor Paiva play in the TV series Tornado?
Gary Linden
Pete Ramsey
Big Joe Vlochek
Wesley

Question 2: The satellite tornado may appear to "________" the larger tornado (hence the name), giving the appearance of one, large multi-vortex tornado.
OrbitOrbital elementsOrbital mechanicsLagrangian point

Question 3:
Who played Gary Linden the TV series Tornado?
Antonio Marsina
Chester Morris
Morgan Conway
Wesley Bronez

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  A tornado near Seymour, Texas
  A tornado near Seymour, Texas
  A rope tornado in its dissipating stage. Tecumseh, OK
  A multiple-vortex tornado outside Dallas, Texas on April 2, 1957.

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  An illustration of generation of infrasound in tornadoes by the Earth System Research Laboratory's Infrasound Program
  A rope tornado in its dissipating stage. Tecumseh, OK
  Salt Lake City Tornado, August 11, 1999. This tornado disproved several misconceptions, including the idea that tornadoes cannot occur in areas like Utah or in cities.
  A map of the tornado paths in the Super Outbreak

Question 6:
What role did Morgan Conway play in the TV series Tornado?
Big Joe Vlochek
Gary Linden
Pete Ramsey
Captain

Question 7:
Who played Big Joe Vlochek the TV series Tornado?
Antonio Marsina
Chester Morris
Nestor Paiva
Wesley Bronez

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  A map of the tornado paths in the Super Outbreak
  A Doppler On Wheels unit observing a tornado near Attica, Kansas
  A Doppler on Wheels radar loop of a hook echo and associated mesocyclone in Goshen County, Wyoming on June 5, 2009. Strong mesocyclones show up as adjacent areas of yellow and blue (on other radars, bright red and bright green), and usually indicate an imminent or occurring tornado.
  A dust devil in Nevada

Question 9: It most likely reached its present form through a combination of the Spanish tronada and tornar ("to turn"); however, this may be a ________.
False etymologyDutch languageSwedish languageGerman language

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  A wedge tornado, nearly a mile wide. This tornado hit Binger, Oklahoma.
  A Doppler on Wheels radar loop of a hook echo and associated mesocyclone in Goshen County, Wyoming on June 5, 2009. Strong mesocyclones show up as adjacent areas of yellow and blue (on other radars, bright red and bright green), and usually indicate an imminent or occurring tornado.
  A Doppler on Wheels radar loop of a hook echo and associated mesocyclone in Goshen County, Wyoming on June 5, 2009. Strong mesocyclones show up as adjacent areas of yellow and blue (on other radars, bright red and bright green), and usually indicate an imminent or occurring tornado.
  A sequence of images showing the birth of a tornado. First, the rotating cloud base lowers. This lowering becomes a funnel, which continues descending while winds build near the surface, kicking up dust and other debris. Finally, the visible funnel extends to the ground, and the tornado begins causing major damage. This tornado, near Dimmitt, Texas, was one of the best-observed violent tornadoes in history.







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