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It would depend on who owns the sand

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Yes, if lightning strikes sand (as on a beach), the intense heat of the lightning strike can fuse the sand into glass.


This is the same sand as common beach sand.


No, glass isn't a natural resource. a natural resource is something found on earth like air or water. glass is manmade :)


lightning makes glass when it hits sandy soil. its called a fulgurite.


The glass is known as Lechatelierite which forms a hollow tube known as a Fulgurite.For more information, please see the related links.


The glass ball is for ornamental purposes only. Nothing happens to it when lightning strikes it.


It would create glass considering the heat of the lightning and that sand turns to glass when hot enough.


The earliest glass, formed when lightning struck a beach, was made of sand which was melted by the lightning. Today's glass is also made of sand, which is mixed with soda ash and lime to reduce costs. http://www.bigsiteofamazingfacts.com/how-is-glass-made The most familiar type of glass, used for centuries in windows and glass cups, is soda-lime glass, composed of about 75% silica (SiO2) plus Na2O, CaO, and several minor additives.


Fulgurites are formed when lightning strikes sand and a fused glass crystaline shape is formed. The earth was making this natural glass long before man controlled fire.


Because the lightning strike is so hot it melts the sand and cools and turns into glass


Glass conducts electricity? Glass is an insulator.


If lightning strikes sand, glass is formed.


Quartz SandstoneThe chemical compound silicon dioxide, also known as silica (from the Latin silex), is an oxide of silicon with the chemical formula SiO2. It has been known for its hardness since antiquity. Silica is most commonly found in nature as sand or quartz, as well as in the cell walls of diatoms.Glass typically comprises around 75% silica.QUARTZ SANDSTONETwo of the many raw materials of glass is:limestone and sandSand.The earliest glass, formed when lightning struck a beach, was made of sand which was melted by the lightning. Today's glass is also made of sand, which is mixed with soda ash and lime to reduce costs. http://www.bigsiteofamazingfacts.com/how-is-glass-made


The energy of a lightning bolt striking in sand can heat the sand and fuse it into simple glass. The glass forms as tubes called fulgurites (thunderbolt rock) and the material is called lechatelierite.


Only some ships get struck by lightning like aluminum but fibre glass doesn't


Thunder glass is a type of glass created by nature. It is created by lightning striking something like quartzose in soil or sand.


Yes, but glass containers are not allowed on the beach.


Beach sand or glass that is crushed like sand.


Yes. A lightning bolt is powerful enough to pass through several thousand feet to several miles of air. A few millimeters of glass is not going to stop it.


Lightning rod and glass harmonica


It may not be illegal, but NT won't pass safety inspection.


well it could affect someone at a window because its metal and glass and metal can be struck by lightning


Nope. As long as this glass is yours and it has 0% chance to harm anyone


How the....? Sand plus lightning makes glass. I don't know if thats the only way, but I know it does.


There could be several rocks used in the making of glass, but the main constituent material used in making glass is quartz. The rock which is used most for supplying the quartz used in glass making is sandstone.



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