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Can lighting cause the bottom of a pool to split?


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2007-09-03 00:31:08
2007-09-03 00:31:08

Hmm, that's a good one. Did you witness this? Most likely the crack was or is caused by earth movement like an earthquake. Re reading this question -- you must mean lightning not lighting.


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