No... the Empire State building gets struck often and all the time. Besides... lots of lightning storms over the past several billion years... and only one planet. I would find it hard to believe that lightning never strikes the same place twice.
I did a study on this for one of my newspaper columns.
Who said it in the first place? Has it any scientific basis? How do we know?
If the belief is true its practical application is frightening.
Lightning strikes the earth about 200 times a second. Every second! That works out at 12,000 times a minute, 120,960,000 times a week, and about half a billion times every month.
We can now extrapolate that those half billion lightning flashes, every month since the primordial soup thickened into Mother Earth, must have struck almost every available spot on the planet.
So if Thor suddenly runs out of unscorched earth for his thunderbolts, will he soon start looking for mobile targets? And if he does, how good do you think your chances are of making it through to next Christmas?