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  • New Horizon Treasures ~

    "Respect Mother Nature, she can surely shit a storm." (Sent to Fox-Atlanta: Was sent to them from someone in Chattanooga when tornadoes went through. March 2012)

  • Lovlesh Kishun

    Tornado & Lightning Lightning can serve as a natural sensing tool that allows scientists to understand what else could be happening in a storm Source: http://earthspacecircle.blogspot.com/2013/03/tornado-lightning.html

  • Lisa Angonese

    couple gets married with storm in the background photos | It is not rare to see lightning storms near tornadoes.

  • Michelle Harlow

    Extreme weather causing havoc for America - News - Bubblews

  • Regina

    Chattanooga Tornado - March 2012. In the words of Poison Ivy, "Never fool with mother nature!" Awesomely beautiful!!! THE TWISTED SISTERS; TENNESSEE TORNADO CHASERS!!! :-)))

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oh, my! Look at the lightning at the bottom!

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Oil--Trish Madison--I believe it was taken in Kuwait. When SadamHussain realized he couldn't have Kuwait he set fires to over 600 Kuwaiti oil wells. It took over 7 months to put out the fires and was one of the largest environmental tragedies according to TIME

The Indian Ocean, Zanzibar Rami Hossaini - flickr

"When shall we three meet again In thunder, lightning, or in rain?" The fiwitch is asking her sisters when shall meet next , this takes place before referring to a number of weather conditions that could be cited as natural disasters of their craft.

I once drove into a storm like this, the tempreture dropped 30 degrees in a matter of minutes and the wind changed directions! Not something I want to do again!