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    Why frozen water create spikes against gravity

    Frozen Water Spike

    You must have seen these structures inside freezer or in extremely cold weather. But have you ever thought how this forms and defies gravity and seems like water was flowing the upwards direction at the time it freezes. Well the science behind is equally amazing. These frozen water spikes or columns that appear to defy […] More

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    Science behind Rope Tornadoes

    Rope Tornado

    Rope tornadoes, also known as skinny tornadoes, are narrow in diameter because they are formed from a different mechanism than wider tornadoes. Rope tornadoes are typically the final stage of a tornado’s life cycle, as the rotating column of air narrows and becomes elongated, resembling a rope. This happens when the tornado is in the […] More

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