Before and After Joplin Tornado

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+7 1. freakshow commented 10 years ago

mother nature trying to clean up some of the mess we left
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+10 2. Vaithan commented 10 years ago

Wow that's really bad, I feel sorry for the residents. I hope they get it all rebuilt.
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-3 3. xmadxxx commented 10 years ago

:'( poor us
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+8 4. Jahoo commented 10 years ago

#1 In many videos I would be inclined to agree with you, however in this particular case I do not. From what I can see in the before video, there was plenty of trees and the area didn't seem to plagued by civilization. Sad to see a place that actually valued nature be punished this way.
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-9 5. huldu commented 10 years ago

Any patch of ground where there is a human within 10 miles is tainted. Nature can't do much on this planet but creating incurable diseases. Humans are like a virus, once you have it you can't get rid of it easily. Nature have tried but... we haven't really been around for that long. By the time it finally succeed to eliminate us we're most likely already destroying other planets. One can only hope that we encounter some alien race that enslaves mankind. What comes around goes around.
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+15 6. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

#5 I'm sure you planted hundreds of trees ... ;)
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0 7. orion commented 10 years ago

Why people always repopulate the danger zone? Of course it will get demolished again and again and again. It's like people making houses under volcanoes.
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+4 8. SjN commented 10 years ago

at least the road is still there
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+4 9. mmmendal commented 10 years ago

#5 you must be agent Smith from matrix.
Terrible, terrible destruction. Hope they can rebuild and replant the beautiful trees.
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+7 10. loadme commented 10 years ago

dear us citizen: please.. you know that half of your country gets hit by tornads over and over again (that is why i feel very sorry for you), but please.. build houses out of bricks not some paper-wooden-weak houses.

dont you know the story of the three little pigs and the big bad wulf? :((
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+1 11. CamelotVegito commented 10 years ago

I live less than 30 minutes from there Near Cape Giradeau Missouri. Drove through Right after the tornado ran it's course. I had been cleaned up a bit when these shots were taken. The Roads were Covered in the remnants of trees and houses.
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+1 12. cretia commented 10 years ago

We have had some crazy weather on the planet lately i think we have pissed of mother nature and she wants pay back
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-2 13. freakshow commented 10 years ago

#4 and how many of those trees had to go to bild up that civilisation there ? get it right dude
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+1 14. wongraven commented 10 years ago

Whats all this talk of punishment ???

Terrible to see all the damages.
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-1 15. LQoQK commented 10 years ago

was it necessary to put the before and after logo in the video, who can get confused on what a tornado can do?
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0 16. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#10, brick also gives in to tornadoes like this one. They would have to be made of solid heavy steel, which is expensive and unpractical. But you had a good point. Thank you! :)