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Nova: Deadliest Tornadoes [DVD] [2012] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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5.0 out of 5 stars Informative and emotionally charged 14 April 2012
By Dargrace - Published on
I watched the original television program and was amazed at the resilience of the people who suffered the losses of 2011. This program by Nova is highly educational, showing the work of weather forecasters and their need for storm chasers, informs of the necessity of better early warning systems and reveals the deadly storms in action with devastating results. I really enjoyed the show and highly recommend it to educators and general public. Perhaps if we know more about this deadly force of nature, we can prevent the loss of human life in the future.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good video, PG-13 rating 6 Dec 2013
By Andrea - Published on
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My Son (8) is obsessed with tornadoes. It's not a passing one and he knows most of the scientific information behind them and weather patterns. I bought this for him and he loves it. The descriptive terms used in it could have been worded better. MY 8 year old had to ask me what "The clouds were pregnant with tornadoes" meant so I explained. There are graphic survival stories and death mentioned in this video so make sure you're child won't be scarred by it before you purchase.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting, but - 2 Jun 2013
By Loyd E. Eskildson - Published on
This video focuses on the 2011 tornado season in the U.S., considered extreme - killing over 550 people. The material covers efforts to improve warning systems, as well as construction. (The latter seems improbable, given the fact the DVD also reported that the Joplin hospital was moved 4" off its foundation by the tornado that hit in 2011.)

However, I still don't understand how tornadoes are formed, nor whether their incidence is increasing or not. Would like to have seen more video shot from within tornadoes - the DVD had a few such clips but didn't explain their origin or other wise comment on them.
4.0 out of 5 stars Recommended 25 Jun 2014
By Timothy Ellis - Published on
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Probably the most informative of all of the 2011 tornado documentaries that I've purchased, including Storm Chasers and National Geographic.
5.0 out of 5 stars Tornado thriller 11 May 2014
By Phillip Blease - Published on
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This is a terrific movie about weater and storms.If you are a tornado watcher this is a great movie to own.
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