Yes planes are frequently hit by lightning.
No. There is cloud to cloud lightning.
Never stand under a tree, it can get hit by lightning, and you can get hit too!
There's a big chance you could get struck by lightning. Or hit by a tree that is hit by lightning.
maybe. many people survive lightning strikes.
It is when to lightning thingys are the same and hit the ground at the same time.
No. Not every lightning bolt makes it to Earth.
because lightning attracts to wood
Yes. Astraphobia, or the fear of thunder and lightning could be the result of being hit, if you survive the hit tho.
A lighting rod is supposed to attract lightning so it doesnt hit something else. eg. It's raining and you have a lightning rod on the top of your hous. Lightning will hit the rod instead of hitting the house.
The lightning rod prevents ships and buildings from being hit by lightning.
Lightning does not hit something every time it strikes. There are various forms of lightning. Lightning that is classified as "cloud to ground" lightning will strike something in it's path. Another form of lightning is sheet lightning. This type of lighting illuminates the sky and spreads from cloud to cloud.
Being struck by lightning is unlike a physical blow. there is no 'hardness' to it.
Yes. Vehicles have been hit by lighting.
The largest lightning Storm on earth is the one in Martinez, CA it hit 10.93 lightning bolt's.
You could get hit by lightning or the tree can fall on you from winds or hit by lightning and catch fire.
Humans can be definitely hit by lighting but not neccisarily thunder.... Lightning is a physical thing, but thunder is just a noise. Try and avoid getting hit by lightning by staying in cars, staying out of places abundant in water, and out of trees.
The lightning tries to hit you but the building block it, you are safe.
Sand that has been melted by lightning is called fulgurite.
Yes. Lighting can hit any one or thing.
AnswerIf you get hit by lightning you will die or get bad ingerys .
Yes, take the Empire State Building, it gets hit by lightning hundreds of times a year.
Yes. Bathtubs offer no protection against lightning.
Because lightning could hit you
In the US, the chances of being struck by lightning, in a year is 1:700,000.