A Sharknado Couldn’t Actually Happen

Monday, July 15 by
 

For anyone living near the coast planning to relocate their family to middle America in order to protect them from sharknadoes, don’t call the moving company just yet. Today comes new evidence that the weather phenomena known as a sharknado couldn’t actually happen. From Accuweather:

A tornado would not have the ability to sweep up marine life. Traditionally, a tornado is formed over land where a similar formation over water would be known as a waterspout. Understandably, “Shark-Spout” doesn’t have quite the same ring to it.

Greg Skomal, a Shark Specialist at the Massachusetts Marine Fisheries, also shoots down the “Sharknado” plot by explaining that: “The concept that sharks cannot only survive being swept up in a tornado but also attack humans is absurd.”

Thank God that our God is not a cruel god.

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