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Does the moon effect hurricanes?

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No. The moon's gravity only affects the ocean tides. Interesting question though.

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The moon has no atmosphere for tornadoes, hurricanes or any type of storm to form in.


ummm no. there is no atmosphere



No. Hurricanes depend on the Coriolis effect to organize. Near the equator this effect is too weak for such storms to develop.


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Hurricanes can cause serious damage to the world around it. What comes with hurricanes are heavy rainfall. Hurricanes can be the cause of death and destruction.


No. Hurricanes form in the tropics, but they cannot occur at the equator. Hurricanes require something called the Coriolis effect, a product of Earth's rotation which gives them their spin and allows them to organize. This effect does not exist at the equator.


the moon does not effect the earth because there is no way that the moon can effect the earth right


destroys all the plants


because of the coriolis effect


One element needed in hurricane formation is the Coriolis effect, a consequence of earth's rotation. Near the equator this effect is too weak for hurricanes to form.


Hurricanes help maintain thermodynamic balance in the atmosphere. Along with other phenomena hurricanes help bring heat out of the tropics and into the higher latitudes.


The New Moon and Full Moon stages cause high tides. This has nothing to do with hurricanes. Hurricanes are caused by thunderstorms in Africa, which are drifted out over warm ocean waters to eventually reaching us as a hurricane. Hurricanes are not water tides. Comment: But hurricanes can obviously cause surges of water along coasts. High tides would make this worse. (I don't think it's got too much to do with Africa either.) Counter Comment: "Most Atlantic hurricanes start to take shape when thunderstorms along the west coast of Africa drift out over warm ocean waters(...)" and right, high tides does add on to the effect of flooding, but doesn't make the hurricane itself any stronger.


its not to leave on the high way


the huricanes will kill every thing


Rivers have no effect on hurricanes.


The moon and the sun have an effect on the tides


Well, there were many lives lost and damage.



A group, or 2 or more, hurricanes has no official name. It just pertains to the chaos theory and the fujiwara effect. But when hurricanes do get close enough to each other, they will circle each other until an outside force pulls them apart. This is called the Fujiwara effect.


No, Michigan is not usually affected by hurricanes as they come up from the Atlantic Ocean and Michigan is too far north and west.


The moon phase has no effect on relationships, that's just a rumor.


It has no real effect on the moon at all. The only effect is that the rocks and dust lying on the lighted side of the moon become dark for a few hours.


they effect communities because the water is so powerful it destroys any and everything in its path.


The gravity from the Sun is more than the gravity from the Moon. However, the Moon has a greater effect on the tides.The gravity from the Sun is more than the gravity from the Moon. However, the Moon has a greater effect on the tides.The gravity from the Sun is more than the gravity from the Moon. However, the Moon has a greater effect on the tides.The gravity from the Sun is more than the gravity from the Moon. However, the Moon has a greater effect on the tides.



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