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...
Sep 16, 2014 ... Around the world, lightning occurs about 100 times every second of every day.
Most of those strikes don't touch anyone. But lightning does ...
A side flash (also called a side splash) occurs when lightning strikes a taller ...
Metal does not attract lightning, but it provides a path for the lightning to follow.
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 ...
Mar 13, 2014 ... It's no surprise that the top five, which each saw more than 50 lightning strikes
between 1995 and 2011, were in the south. “In the United States, ...
Apr 1, 2015 ... You might be surprised to find out where the lightning capital of the world is
located. ... Where Does Lightning Strike the Most?
Jul 23, 2015 ... Lightning strikes the United States about 25 million times a year. Although most ...
Where in the world does lightning strike the most? Is it safe to ...
TRUTH: Lightning can strike just about anywhere! ... The lightning hit the ground
only 50 feet away from the metal light pole on the ... What does all this mean?
Interesting things happen when lightning strikes a tree. Some trees escape ...
And since water is a better electrical conductor than wood, lightning striking a
tree tends to travel just underneath the bark. ... Does it go up or down? A detailed
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