How do tornado form

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How do tornado form
« on: 16/05/2015 07:08:55 »
Conventional wisdom states that tornado form from winds coming from opposite directions one cold one warm that collide and form a circular  tube. This tube then lowers to the ground forming a tornado.
There is however a far simpler way to form a tornado which would explain how they form on still cloudless days.  Lightning.
The centre of a lightning bolt has temperatures greater than the surface of the sun equalling millions of degrees.
This temperature would completely ionise atom at the centre of the lightning bolt and as we move away from the centre the ionisation would become progressively less.Meaning using the oxygen atom as an example which has 8 electron at the centre all 8 electron would be stripped from this atom. And progressively the electron stripped would go 7,6,5,4,3,2,.
Meanwhile the electron that have been freed from their atom would be forced to the outside furthest away from the centre where they would be captured by atoms in the surrounding air forming negative ions.
So on the inside of this forming tube would be positive ions and on the outside of the tube would be negative ions.
These two ions with opposite charge would combine to form a very robust skin to the formed tube.
Back at the centre the atom striped of their electron would take up 25000 times less volume than the complete atom filled.
That would create a huge drop in volume on the inside of the formed tube and as there is a very robust outer edge to this tube a drop in volume produces a drop in pressure creating a powerful vacuum.
This vacuum creates a powerful updraft and when the tube touches the ground a powerful tornado is formed.
Tornado formed like this should be relatively easy to destroy.
To destroy this tornado a projectile trailing a long grounded copper wire would be fired through the side.
This would discharge the ions forming the skin of the tornado tube creating a hole through which the normal air pressure would enter shutting down these destructive wind.