What Happens When You Shoot a Bullet Into a Hurricane

Now that's a question I've always wanted to know the answer to.

So one day hopped online to google it.

Here's what I found out:

If you shoot any bullet into a hurricane, it will travel fast enough to kill someone, but its trajectory will be blown way off course, making it nearly impossible to predict where it will land.

It will, inevitably, hit something or someone.

It could come back and kill the shooter.

Or hit some hapless bystander.

Which makes it a very bad decision for anyone involved - whether you're the one squeezing the trigger or at the receiving end of a projectile.

Something else my Google search revealed?

A bunch of gee-niouz 'Muricans trying to stop Hurricane Irma from advancing into Florida by firing bullets at it.

They thought they could dissipate the violent windstorm on the spot by aiming their rifles, handguns, and pistol-grip submachine guns and squeezing off a handful of rounds.

What can I say?

Human stupidity never ceases to amaze me.

Speaking of shooting at things...

Thanks to the upper body, lower back and core strength you gain following the workouts in my Next Level Hockey Training System, you'll fire the puck harder.

And who knows?

Maybe your shot will grow so lethal, you'll be dissipating goalies on the spot.

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Yunus Barisik

Yunus Barisik, CSCS, specializes in making hockey players strong, fast and explosive. He has trained 500+ hockey players at the junior, college and pro levels, including NHL Draft picks and World Champions. An accomplished author, Yunus has had articles published on top fitness and performance sites, including T Nation, STACK and Muscle & Strength. He also wrote Next Level Hockey Training, a comprehensive resource for ice hockey players on building athletic strength, size and power, while staying injury-free.

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