Tornadoes, Bombs and Electric Shocks!

How do Tornadoes form? What's a daisy cutter bomb? why do we get electric shocks when leaving our cars? We take on these questions as well as find out why Jelly freezes in...
04 June 2010
Presented by Dave Ansell, Sue Marchant

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One of several tornadoes observed by the VORTEX-99 team on May 3, 1999, in central Oklahoma. Note the tube-like condensation funnel, attached to the rotating cloud base, surrounded by a translucent dust cloud.

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How do Tornadoes form? What's a daisy cutter bomb? Why do we get electric shocks when leaving our cars? We take on these questions as well as find out why Jelly freezes in the fridge, why humans can't pickup radiowaves and how far away the moon is. We also investigate when a scientific theory becomes a fact!

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