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Transcript: Discovering lightning Lightning The occurrence of a natural electrical discharge of very short duration and high voltage between a cloud and the ground or within a cloud, accomplished by a bright flash and typically also thunder. Lightning 1. A bolt of lightning can produce 35,000 to 40,000 amperes of current (this is the flow rate of electricitysimilar to GPH = gallons per hour with water flow.). 2.Generates temperatures as high as 50,000 degrees or 90,032 fahrenheit. 3. Causes billions of Dollars of property damage yearly and results in fire and destruction. Benjamin Franklin just discovered that lightning was electricity. Lightning has been around since time began or the earth was created so lightning was not really discovered just the elements of lightning were dicovered. Lightning's damages Effect of Lightning The thousands of thunderstorms on earth each day produces millions of flashes of lightning, most of which occurs in tropical and subtropical areas. Most are harmless but a number of them strike airplanes, buildings, ships and people. A direct strike to a person can cause serious injuries or death.
Transcript: The Mindboggling Mystery of Lightning by 5th Grade geniuses: Luke, Andrew, and Graeme. What destructive effects does lightning have? When they colide lightning is formed Lightning Ball lightning The electrons in the cloud are attracted to the protons on the ground. A scientific presentation Ball Lightning Lightning is caused when positive water molecules collide with electrons. Lightning causes fires and can kill people. For lightning to occur you need thunderheads, increasing winds and low pressure. Ball lightning Ball lightning is rarely known to chase people. The protons are made when electrons are stripped of oxygen molecules. So Lightning is: Lightning is an electrical discharge of high voltage. Lighting is basically electricity and electricity is made by moving electrons. Fetzer,Scott. World Book L Volume 12. Chicago: World Book inc, 2000 Gardner, Guy. "What are the Conditions Immediately before a thunderstorm." ehow. December 5,2012.<http://www.ehow.com/info_8050701_weather-conditions-immediately-before-thunderstorm.html Mogil,Michael.Extreme Weather. New York: Black Dog and Leventhal Publishers, Inc,2007 Wicker, Crystal. "Lightning." www . weatherwizkids.com. December 5,2012. www. weatherwizkids.com/weather lightning How it works Forest fire caused by lightning What is lightning? What Conditions are needed for a lightning storm to occur? That is how lightning forms. The Answer Fun Facts Lightning is the leading cause of forest fires. 28 fatalities were caused by lightning in 2012. Bibliography How Does Lightning form and what destructive effects does it have? The Mind boggling Mystery of Lightning Although lightning can cause forest fires the fires can help new trees have room to grow. Conditions before a thunderstorm
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Transcript: Made by Rishi Lightning How does Lightning occur? And what is it? How does lightning occur? And what is it? Lightning occurs when negative particles leave the cloud and when the negative particles touch the positive particles on the ground. The end result of this is that it creates the electrical discharge that you see! Also that you know as lightning. Fun Facts! Fun Facts! Did you know? Lightning travels at the speed of 670,000,000 mph Pictures Pictures Where Does lightning occur the most Where does lightning occur the most Lightning occurs the most in central Africa around 50-70 times a day! Picture When do lightning strikes happen? When do lightning strikes happen They happen mostly during thunderstorms but they can also strike when there is no thunderstorm as well in the summer Famous example! A huge and very long lightning storm struck over Oklahoma on June 2007, which spanned over 321 kilometers in horizontal distance which set 2 Guinness world record Who studies lightning? Who studies lightning People who study lightning are called fulminologist and studying lightning is fulminology! A famous example of a fulminologist is Benjamin Franklin! What impacts has lightning have on Canada? Every year lightning kills 10-15 people every year It seriously injures 164 - 170 people every year And it ignites 4,000 forest fires every year as well Impacts on Canada Pictures! Secret!
Transcript: Lightning 1 Lightning is a giant spark of electricity in the atmosphere between clouds, the air, or the ground. In the early stages of development, air acts as an insulator between the positive and negative charges in the cloud and between the cloud and the ground. What Lightning is 2 You need cold air and warm air. When they meet, the warm air goes up. It makes thunderstorm clouds. The cold air has ice crystals and the warm air has water droplets. During the storm, the droplets and crystals bump together and move apart in the air. This rubbing makes static electrical charges in the clouds. The energy goes through the air. It goes to a place that has the opposite charge. This lightning bolt of energy that is let out is called a leader stroke. It can go from the cloud to the ground. How it forms 3rd degree burns Hair/Clothing may catch fire Ruptured Eardrums Cardiac Arrest Temporary or even permanent paralysis Personality Changes Mood Swings Brain Damage Death Possible Effects of being struck 3 4 Roy Cleveland Sullivan was struck by lightning 7 times between 1942 and 1977.Sullivan was a park ranger at Shenandoah National Park in Virginia Who got struck by lightning 5 The first strike happened in April 1942, the second strike didn't happen til 1969 while driving his truck. The third strike was a year later and Sullivan was in his front yard, the fourth strike was at a rangers station. In 1976, Sullivan got struck twice, and in 1977 he got struck while fishing. When he got struck Shenandoah National Park Today 6 There wasn't really any way to inform him, he just had to know when to get to shelter and get out of the area. Was there any way to inform sullivan? 7 nssl.noaa.gov. Web 10 April 2018 sapienplus.com. Rob St. George. "The Human Lightning Conductor." Web. 10 April 2018 nasa.gov "How does Lightning Form"Web. 11 April 2018 businessinsider.com. Web. 12 April 2018 Works Cited 8
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