This is a subreddit designed for all sorts of tropical weather discussion. Though the focus will be on tropical meteorology, it will also be a place for people to stay in touch before, during, and after tropical weather events. People can share their observations, start their own threads that may be location specific, or post in the official threads for each storm. Users will get flair that indicates if they are an approved meteorologist as well as flare for their state.
Gifs are great at getting quick to digest info, and /r/educationalgifs strives to give you educational info in this quick to digest format. From chemical processes, to how plants work, to how machines work, /r/educationalgifs will explain many processes in the quick to see format of gifs.
71% of the earth's surface is covered by water according to NOAA. That only gives us 29% where we're safe.
If an animal the size of a blue whale can disappear for months at a time, what else is down there?
We're here to show you.
A subreddit dedicated to GIF. video and pictures of shockwaves
Some of the content in this subreddit contain death and injury, so be aware of that as you browse. We leave it up to the poster to tag it NSFW or to flair it properly.
No racism or bigotry
No irrelevant content
No porn, this subreddit has to do with explosions, not porn
No politically motivated posts or blatant propaganda
Violating any of these basic rules will result in a ban.