What would happen if a nuke was launched into a super powerful tornado? Would the nuke drop as the tornado weakens? Or if the nuke exploded inside of the tornado, would the pieces of the nuke fall on the place where the tornado weakened?
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There's a lot of questions here, all of which have really boring answers
What would happen if a nuke was launched into a super powerful tornado? Would the nuke drop as the tornado weakens?
Sure. 100% of objects which enter a tornado leave it at some point. Your nuke would do the same
Or if the nuke exploded inside of the tornado, would the pieces of the nuke fall on the place where the tornado weakened?
A nuke does not go off on its own. It is set off. It's impossible for a nuke to go off properly unless its conventional explosives are detonated. In fact, in the case of an implosion device, not only do the conventional explosives have to go off, but they really have to go off at precisely the right time.
A "failed" nuke explodes with a tiny fraction of its desired yield, resulting in very boring answers, though it can produce a lot of radioactive matter spread across a large area. However, we can't really talk about "pieces of the nuke." Even a failed nuke is going to generate enough power to vaporize the bomb itself, so there wont be pieces, just radioactive dust.
All of these results occur with or without a hurricane or tornado. Its only the nuke that matters for answering your questions.