hypercane

What if we're the weak ones

I keep seeing posts about how aliens would look at our weather here on Earth and freak out.
But like, what if our weather is basically nothing to them? What if there’s a a planet out there where hypercanes (massive hurricanes) are regular occurrences? If we visited there we’d be like OH MY GOD WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE and the aliens are gonna be all
Nah homie we’re good that’s normal here

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hypercane is a theoretical extreme hurricane that could form if ocean temperatures reached around 50 °C (122 °F). Such an increase could be caused by a large asteroid/comet impact or extensive global warming. Hypercanes would have wind speeds of over 800 km/h (500 mph). They would last much longer as well. The extreme conditions needed to create a hypercane could produce a system up to the size of North America and have an eye that’s nearly 300 km (190 mi) across. A hypercane can reach up to upper stratosphere and damage the Earth’s ozone as well. 

A cosmic cloud of dust approaches, a hypercane is on the horizon. catastrophe from which we wont recover, so kill me. pull the trigger.
All your cities are piles of ash, all your waters are tainted with blood. this is a threnody to those who will not be missed.
None of you prepared for the new world order. you ignored your remorse and neglected the hysteria. and now your skies are shrouded with strychnine, as you’re regurgitating the atmospheric poison.
All your antidotes are irradiated. all your wounds will go unhealed. anything and everything is dying around you, and I am the Revenant.

Why did the dinosaurs die?

About 66 million years ago the Cretaceous–Paleogene (K–Pg) extinction event wiped out about 80% of life on Earth, and no one is exactly sure what caused it. Here’s a list of the current theories though!

  1. Asteroid/comet – metal and rock/ ice, dust, rocky materials and organic compounds
  2. Global firestorm (caused by asteroid)
  3. Hypercanes, also known as giant giant hurricanes, which not only devastated those who came in their paths but also were high enough to damage the ozone layer
  4. Gradual extinction and competition with mammals (aka the boring theory)
  5. Continental drift, which changed habitats and climates as ocean patterns changed
  6. Sea level changes
  7. Disease
  8. Volcanoes spewing sulfur for 10,000 years
  9. Any of these combining in a short amount of time