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backyard photographer Robert Terry Steinhauser captured these planes in front of lightning. Can you imagine flying in that?

A bolt of lightning can travel at a speed of 100,000 mph. The atmospheric discharge of electricity is hot enough to fuse soil or sand into glass channels. This deadly weather phenomena starts fires, strikes trees and other tall object, or can zap a low lying area like water. During your lifetime, you have a 1 in 600,000 chance of being struck by lightning. In the United States, an average of 58 people are killed each year by lightning. About 250 people every year survive after being hit by…

The Deadly Nature & Mind-blowing Beauty of Lightning

Lightning is one of the oldest observed natural phenomena on earth. Besides thunderstorms, lightning has been seen in extremely intense forest fires, volca

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Lightning Strikes on Lake Shore Drive, Lake Michigan From: Beautiful Nature And Amazing World

I Love a good lightning storm!

Lightning is one of the oldest observed natural phenomena on earth. Besides thunderstorms, lightning has been seen in extremely intense forest fires, volca

Spectacular (and -at least to me- scary) lightning at sea                                                                                                                                                      More

Spectacular -- at least to me scary lightning at sea ~~ an ideal name for the English Electric (British) Lightning & Sea Lightning variants

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