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Exploring the mystery of ball lightning

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news icon rBall-lightning, long dismissed as a myth, could be the consequence of lightning strikes and has been recreated in the laboratory. On October 21, 1638, a strange darkness descended over Widecombe, Dartmoor. In the church of St Pancras some 60 people were worshipping at afternoon service, taking refuge from the thunderstorm outside.

According to written reports a sudden clap of thunder was heard and a "great ball of fire" ripped through the window.

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Ghost Ship

Ball lightning is awesome :tu:

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UtahRaptor

I have heard of many accounts of ball lightning haveing almost a will of its own sort of. People have beed actually chased by ball lightning, around corners, turning, and takeing different directions and still it follows. The only thing I could think of as an explaination was a lightning elemental....... :hmm:

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RollingThunder06

I hope they continue with it until they prove beyond any doubt that ball lightning exist. :tu:

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