What r/antiwork keeps getting wrong about tornado safety

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The United States is the tornado capital of the world. It also has the strongest and most violent ones. Even the smallest tornado, an EF1, has wind speeds greater than 86mph. That’s more than some Cat 1 hurricanes. The strongest, EF5s, blow in excess of 200mph. Cat 5…

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