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TWIL #11

Every week, I share something I learned in the previous seven days.
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TWIL #11
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Every week, I share something I learned in the previous seven days.

This week, I learned that tornadoes can be predicted by a 'low frequency infrasound' that is inaudible to the human ear. Knowing this means scientists can build early warning systems that can save lives.

You can’t hear it, but this sound can reveal that a tornado is on its way
The destructive power of tornadoes is as sudden as it is violent. Now scientists are eavesdropping on twisters to develop new early warning systems and fight warning fatigue.
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