This article will be discussing a way to stop or kill a tornado. It is a very risky idea but can work.
The tornado is a very dangerous and deadly rotating cloud that just about has no way to be stopped. There is a way that can possibly be used to stop one. When you have instability in the atmosphere, you have the storms and sometimes the tornado’s. A tornado usually rotates in one direction. A tornado can rotate clockwise or counterclockwise. An explosion needs to be set off inside a funnel.
When something explodes, it is usually explodes in all directions. If the explosive is detonated near the top of the funnel, it would disrupt the momentum of the rotation of the funnel. The funnel cannot live very long if there is no rotation. Some weather experts had said that this could work. There are problems with this plan. The bomb needs to be made to where it would explode into almost dust. If there is any debris from the bomb left, the tornado can shoot it like a bullet. Think of a heat sinking missile. The tornado bomb needs to be configured as a cold seeking missile. It needs to be programmed to only head for funnels. There is a facility called exploration place in Kansas. There is a display of a mini tornado in the science area. The thought is to use a high speed camera and a m80 or m100 firecracker to see the effects after detonation.
A tornado can be very large and small. The more powerful the tornado, the bigger the explosion would have to be. This is something that Myth busters could study. This has been an idea thought of since 1990. The main objective is to break the tornado rotation. A tornado can travel in any direction. The main direction that a tornado travels is Northeast typically. An atomic bomb would kill a tornado. That is too much of an explosion. This plan would have to be precise and flawless.