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7,130 hits 4.0 (1 vote) Share Favorite | Flag 11 years ago by buddy

Lightning Super Slo-Mo [Video]
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11 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Thursday 7/29/10 - 2:00:02 PM EST (GMT-5)
9,000 frames per second!
11 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Friday 7/30/10 - 5:38:50 AM EST (GMT-5)
Never strikes in the same place twice, eh? Seemed to hit the same spot at least ten times.
11 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Friday 7/30/10 - 3:28:12 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Friday 7/30/10 - 5:38:50 AM HardRocks wrote:
Never strikes in the same place twice, eh? Seemed to hit the same spot at least ten times.

from a distance maybe, but it they could be miles apart
11 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Friday 7/30/10 - 3:43:11 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Friday 7/30/10 - 5:38:50 AM HardRocks wrote:
Never strikes in the same place twice, eh? Seemed to hit the same spot at least ten times.


If this was shot at 9000 FPS, this entire video spanned 0,961 seconds. That was the same lightning strike.
11 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Friday 7/30/10 - 6:53:31 PM EST (GMT-5)
that one spot got pimp slapped big time.

That was cool.
11 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Friday 7/30/10 - 7:09:42 PM EST (GMT-5)
thats was awsome. i didnt know that there were sooo many flashes in one strike
11 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Friday 7/30/10 - 8:56:26 PM EST (GMT-5)
That was so freaking awesome!
11 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Saturday 7/31/10 - 2:18:02 AM EST (GMT-5)
Are you sure it wasn't over 9,000?
11 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Saturday 7/31/10 - 4:32:38 AM EST (GMT-5)
:D well dang tat was awsum
11 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Saturday 7/31/10 - 4:49:28 PM EST (GMT-5)
Hey stoopid people, lightning strikes the same places all the time, with every storm, thousands of times a day, especially on soils rich in ferromagnetic elements (iron, nickel, cobalt) or minerals with strong magnetic domains from metal lattice bonds, as well as man-made objects like transmitter antenna & lightning rods ... Remember, opposite charges attract, so every negatively charged cloud will have a positively charged patch of Earth following it around, just waiting for a spot of high conductivity or higher elevation to shorten the path to ground... Seriously, how in Hell is lightning supposed to know where NOT to go? That's one of the most retarded myths I've ever heard.
11 yrs ago, 10 mos ago - Sunday 8/1/10 - 5:10:46 PM EST (GMT-5)
Electrical current (an impulse transfer of electrons between dissimilar charges) travels at nearly the speed of light, or roughly 186,000 miles (that's 7 1/2 times around the diameter Earth) per second. So, even a 9000fps video, the lightning should be an instant flash (like the smaller discharges in the distance). What causes these 4 larger lightning bolts to travel so slowly? Why do 2 bolts seam to have charges traveling upwards? Do you know? I do... You're on the internet, use it!
11 yrs ago, 10 mos ago - Sunday 8/1/10 - 5:14:19 PM EST (GMT-5)
good god you're an almighty twat.
11 yrs ago, 10 mos ago - Sunday 8/1/10 - 10:55:25 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 8/1/10 - 5:14:19 PM mudassar wrote:
good god you're an almighty twat.


: )
Most people on the planet enjoy twat (heterosexual men, all bisexuals, as well as lesbians)... but who likes disinformation?
I'm done with this thread, but a great video footage none-the-less... also, I post comments after drinking heavily, so there.




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