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Lightning strike

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A lightning strike is an electric discharge between the atmosphere and an earth- bound object. ..... A person injured by lightning does not carry an electrical charge, and can be safely handled to ap...

Severe Weather 101: Lightning FAQ

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Does lightning strike from the sky down, or the ground up? The answer is both. Cloud-to-ground lightning comes from the sky down, but the part you see comes  ...

How to Avoid being Struck by LightningStrike One

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Lightning strikes the tallest object (the tree) and down the side of the tree the ... I can't be sure why lightning does this but in anycase, don't stand on a beach ...

Where Are You Most Likely To Get Struck By Lightning? | The ...

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Mar 13, 2014 ... A new map reveals where the most lightning strikes take place. Do you live in one of these spots?

Lightning - Weather Wiz Kids weather information for kids

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Click Here to see where lightning is currently striking across the U.S. .... The injured person does not carry an electrical charge, so it is okay to touch them.

Why does lightning strike from the ground-up? - Earth Science Stack ...

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Apr 27, 2014 ... The enlightening image below is of a lightning strike slowed down at ... Why does this final "ground-up" strike occur and why is it so much ...

How to Avoid Getting Hit by Lightning: 4 Steps

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That is why lightning strikes lightning rods, they are conductors and the tallest things ... Since lightning tends to strike tall things, does that mean lying flat on the  ...

World Lightning Strikes Map - Geology.com

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A map of the world showing where lightning activity is most intense and where ... The places with the largest number of lightning strikes are deep red, grading to black. .... Geology.com does not grant permission for any use, republication, ...

Flash Facts About Lightning - National Geographic News

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The subsequent electrical transfer in the channel is lightning. _ Printer Friendly .... Lightning can—and often doesstrike in the same place twice. Tall buildings ...

What Should You Do When Lightning Strikes? - Mercola

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May 24, 2014 ... Your car is the safest place to be when lightning strikes -- if you can't, ... touching the ground and, if a lightning strike does come through you off ...

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Where will lightning strike? | Science News for Students

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Sep 16, 2014 ... Most of those strikes don't touch anyone. But lightning does injure about 240,000 people and kill 24,000 each year, according to a 2003 study.

Lightning FAQ - What happens when lightning strikes a house?

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AT RIGHT: Lightning strikes a tree and house in Charleston, West Virginia in 1998. ... Such a structure does not provide a person with good lightning protection ...

Where LightningStrikes - NASA Science

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Dec 5, 2001 ... Left: A lightning bolt strikes the Atlantic Ocean near Florida. According to a ... And where does lightning strike most frequently? Central Africa.