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Jock 6 month s ago
I’m calling BS. How could not a single kernel of corn not have been knocked off?
       
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Laurence 6 month s ago
Jock,

Corn of steel!
       
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Frederick 6 month s ago
Jock,
Tornados do interesting things. I live in Kansas, I have seen homes get hit with a tornado enough to flip the car that is parked in the driveway, up against the house, but not knock over potted plants. I have seen a house get hit and blow out the windows and doors but not disturb the mail on the kitchen counter. After the 2011 tornado in Joplin, MO; I saw a truck with a mountain dew bottle thrust through the window of a truck just like this picture, the mountain dew bottle looked completely unharmed, just pick up and thrust through the windshield like a bullet.
       
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Johannah 6 month s ago
This is actually quite real I am glass expert dang sure. Velocity and mass/hardness/weight is the gig here. "Load moment" of impact we call it and yes the slick penetration not causing a single kibble to shear off is partly due to the soft PVB interlayer in the middle of the laminated glass. Acts as both glue and cushion as in any front windscreen of autos. If ya doubt just Google me up using phrase "glass expert" and crazy man named Thomas. I'm near top of first page and I am Glass Expert.
       
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Ralph 6 month s ago
Johannah, I googled you. It says you’re an @$$ expert, not a glass expert.
       
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Midge 6 month s ago
im also calling BS. tornadoes aren't dangerous, corn is.
       
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Madge 6 month s ago
In the Ripley's museum, they have, or had, on display a tree that had a blade of grass embedded in it by a tornado. Driven through an coming out the other side, if memory serves.
       
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Sadie 6 month s ago
Don't talk cr#p if you've never been thru one. I also live in Kansas. Seen some wild stuff. dirol
       
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Elminie 6 month s ago
In the 1965 Nebraska Tornado outbreak my grandfather kept a block of wood used to prop up car axles 8x12x24 in that had stalks of Brome grass driven through it. I have seen it. In the Grand Island, Nebraska 1980 Tornadoes cornstalks were driven through the thin steel automobile driver-side door of a Subaru Brat. My undergrad was in Physics I'd not believe it either but I've seen both of those examples with my own eyes. In 1980 I saw the Subaru less than 12 hours after the tornadoes had gone.
       
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