A hurricane can produce the same amount of energy as 10,000 nuclear bombs.

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NASA Satellite Captures Hurricane Igor. Image credit: NASA Goddard Photo and Video, (CC BY 2.0)

Hurricanes are a true force of nature. A single hurricane’s winds can produce enough electricity for about half the planet. Aside from winds, though, hurricanes also produce energy in the form of clouds and rain – all in all, the same amount of energy as 10,000 nuclear bombs produce. And that’s only for a regular hurricane.

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