The 10 Most Terrifying Natural Disasters
Tornadoes are incredibly violent and random. These columns of condensed air funnel up into the sky, tossing anything in its wake around as if it were a mere plaything. Wind speeds have surpassed 300 miles per hour, which is enough to throw anything.
The propulsion that occurs when a volcano erupts is terrifying and awe-inspiring. A torrent of lava, tephra, and various other gases is realized into the sky or leaked down onto the ground. Pompeii was destroyed overnight when Mount Vesuvius erupted overhead.