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Who said They have sown the wind and they shall reap the whirlwind?

This quote is originally from Hosea 8:7 (King James Version); full verse: "For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind: it hath no stalk: the bud shall yi (MORE)

What is the differce between a whirlwind and a cyclone?

      The whirlwind is a small meteorological phenomenon (i.e., tornado or dust devil)-rapidly developed-compared to that of a cyclone. A cyclone is a meteorologic (MORE)
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Why speed of a whirlwind in a tornado is alarmingly high?

This is explained by the principle of conservation of angular momentum, which simply states that as a rotating body gets smaller, it speeds up. Tornadoes typically form from a (MORE)

What are whirlwinds?

Whirlwind    1. A rapidly rotating, generally vertical column of air, such as a  tornado, dust devil, or waterspout.   2. A tumultuous, confused rush. A destructiv (MORE)