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The Science of Lightning | National Geographic

National Geographic explores the science behind lightning strikes. Lightning strikes during thunderstorms kill more Americans each year than either tornadoes or hurricanes.
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  1. We know that in Islam not new thing for us We have been told by our prophet peace be upon him
    صلى الله عليه وسلم: (ألم تروا إلى البرق كيف يمر ويرجع في طرفة عين)
    That (Peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: "Have you not seen the light of lightning?
    In the blink of an eye
    That make more and more believe that Islam it's true religion of God it's make more proud because everything in Islam it's from God

  2. Who loves to watch Lightning strike structures or trees

  3. Who is watching this because their teacher made them watch it

  4. This is what’s written in my physics book
    “Lightning is a natural phenomenon which occurs when large quantity electric charge builds up in the thunder clouds-The charge is produced by the friction between the air molecules and water molecules in the cloud-When the charge on the thunderclouds in sufficiently high, it induces opposite charge on the objects present on the ground giving rise to a strong electric field between the cloud and ground -Suddenly, the charge in cloud jumps to the ground with a violent spark and explosion.This is called lightning “🌩

  5. One time I saw a light bolt legit was right by me it was cool

  6. Thays GODS creation humans are to silly to understand that for some reason

  7. Who else is watching this in Florida?

  8. Why do isolated tree's attract a striking thunder? 🤔

  9. It's beautiful a wonder and a masterpiece of our God.

  10. Who is watching this and always wanted to know or wondered 🧐👀

  11. Is just how much volts it takes to get to closes negative charge throw air . Would keep building until can or if can't breaks up as charged parts

  12. God is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Is it just me, or does this video contain no actual scientific information…

  14. There was one last night it struck a tree

  15. So you're telling me that lightening is a powerful force of nature that strikes places and we don't know what causes it. W0OoOoooow …

  16. God your amazing for making lightning beautiful 😍💓 even if it causes damage

  17. Who else is watching this during a thunderstorm?

  18. Why the earth was not sparking when the light was fallen..

  19. 'From the throne came flashes of lightning, rumblings and peals of thunder. In front of the throne, seven lamps were blazing. These are the seven spirits of God. Also in front of the throne there was what looked like a sea of glass, clear as crystal.' Revelation 4

  20. Its Like Flashing Lights..

  21. The atmosphere functions as a medium to slow electromagnetic field photonic momentum via collision dynamics; This causes an incident particle to quantum tunnel in order to maintain momentum and thermodynamic equilibrium.
    The lightning occurs when a photon particle, forced to tunnel, relieves the surface charge generated by typical atmospheric friction/convection processes. From this we can see that even lightning is a quantum phenomenon and that, in this case, the quantum aspect functions as a stabilizing mechanism.

  22. Does lightning break the sound barrier?

  23. Why must the most beautiful things in nature be so deadly…

  24. I was always really frightened of thunder & lightning when I was a child especially at night & used to hide under my covers until I was so hot but to scared to come out & my heart used to pound,, still don't like it & have to make sure my pets & loved ones are safe from harm..

  25. It is also hotter than the sun

  26. I’m in a lighting storm rn

  27. Seriously?! One of the worst explanations I've heard!

  28. A lightning bolt almost hit me before. It was only around like 8ish feet away from me, I remember the ground rumble beneath me however once the lightning had gone the ground was still rumbling a little bit then went shortly after. Extremely terrifying lol.

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