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Exploring the mystery of ball lightning

Posted on Wednesday, 11 October, 2006 | Comment icon 3 comments


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"Ball-lightning, long dismissed as a myth, could be the consequence of lightning strikes and has been recreated in the laboratory."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Dark_Ambient on 12 October, 2006, 3:46
Ball lightning is awesome
Comment icon #2 Posted by UtahRaptor on 12 October, 2006, 3:48
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.......
Comment icon #3 Posted by RollingThunder06 on 12 October, 2006, 4:04
I hope they continue with it until they prove beyond any doubt that ball lightning exist.


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