Astrobrant2 (el 10/11/13 a las 5:07 am)
One of the really cool things some viewers may not have noticed is that you
can *hear* the audio effect of the electromagnetic pulse in the video!
Listen for the little pop just as the lightning strikes.
ferkillerbr (el 30/11/13 a las 11:27 pm)
Mortal Kombat !!! LOL kkkkkkkkkkkkk
Josh Sanchez (el 28/11/13 a las 10:15 pm)
sky god got mad
Jonatas Oliveira (el 27/11/13 a las 3:49 pm)
Nice shot Zeus
Nichole Esbensen (el 06/11/13 a las 10:13 pm)
knightmayor10 (el 06/11/13 a las 3:42 am)
What the fffffffffff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Arcane Moose (el 06/11/13 a las 1:05 am)
Cloudless lightning occurs regularly. It's time to make Google your friend.
miragehero35 (el 05/11/13 a las 8:38 pm)
Lightning can form up to 15 miles away from the nearest cloud... So ya
lightning needs clouds but they don't have to be any where in sight. clear
skies = no clouds in sight.
shirestormy (el 05/11/13 a las 8:33 pm)
Shall we start again - CLEAR AIR means that the T-Storm cloud is so remote
from the point of impact of the strike that for all intensive purposes the
strike came out of - wait for it - "Clear air" hence the term's origin. Eg
- a T-storm on the opposite side of a tall mountain ridge, such as occurs
in the US/Canadian Rocky Mtns, and the Alps of Europe and Asia. Also can
occur when the T-Strom cell is so far removed - on the far horizon - that
it appears the bolt came out of clear air. Got it?
brian lim (el 05/11/13 a las 4:08 pm)