A large enough explosion probably would disrupt a tornado, so yes. However, no real scientist has ever put serious though toward this problem, as any bomb powerful enough to stop a tornado would cause more damage than the tornado itself.
The air in a tornado spirals upwards.
A Vacuum Cleaner is similar to a tornado because a vacuum cleaner sucks things up as does a tornado. Some people might say a tornado is God's vacuum cleaner.
Yes, it can.
Air in a tornado moves upward rapidly, sometimes taking objects with it.
you practically don't go anywhere you just get blown away
The wind can blow in any direction.
If you are referring to the type of sliding door, yes, easily, although it is more likely that the glass will be blown out. A strong enough tornado can blown a a well-anchored house off its foundation.
If by a super tornado you mean an EF4 or EF5 buildings will be completely destroyed, some completely blown away.
In short, water can get sucked or blown out of the pond.
that moon is blown up
It is possible but highly unlikely. First of all, if a tornado strikes, you are not likely to be picked up. Most people killed in tornadoes are hit by debris, not blown away. People who are picked up enter into very turbulent air that will likely send them tumbling. On another note, if you fall from a significant distance, you should not try to land on your feet, as this can cause very serious injury to your feet and legs.
The candles could be knowck over. If they are not blown out, this could start a fire.
Limbs fallen, houses blown over, cars crushed...etc.
depends on the strength of it. if your sheltered, you should be fine. but if your outside during a tornado it's possible. **The odds are good if you are caught without cover underground in a F3 tornado. You do not actually get sucked up but blown away in the strong wind. Reports say that the actual danger does not come from being carried away by the winds but having being hit by large flying stuff picked up also.