the lightning heats up the sand causing the silica in the sand to melt causing natural glass
these are called "fulgurites". and yes, this is awesome.
What happens in the above answer occurs when HEAT strikes sand, not lightning (although lightning has extreme heat, this is not the correct answer). Sand is considered "ground" if you are touching sand during a thunderstorm you are grounded.
If lightning strikes sand, glass is formed.
A fulgorite, a knobbly, uneven rod of fused sand may form when lightning strikes sand.
They get struck by lightning.
When lightning strikes sand it create what is called a folgerite
Most of the time, nothing happens when lightening strikes an airplane.
Yes, if lightning strikes sand (as on a beach), the intense heat of the lightning strike can fuse the sand into glass.
Energy is released
you get freaked out
It travels through the metal to the ground
It turns into Magnet.
The world goes on fire!!!
13000 people have died from lightning in a 100 year and it is acally the copllor red
Since Ben Franklin invented the lightning rod by using a kite & a key,if lightning strikes a lightning rod,the electricity will travel through the rod,then powers the house.
The glass ball is for ornamental purposes only. Nothing happens to it when lightning strikes it.
The Magnet Poles reverse.
the tower will explodes
I don't know you tell me
O3 - Ozone is left in the air in the vicinity of the strike. If the lightning strikes solid stone and other hard materials it can leave a black or white char mark. If it strikes sand it can produce glass.
When lightning strikes the ocean, it doesn't really do anything. The only thing it pretty much does is just either stun the fish near the lightning strike or "fry" them. The things that only get affected by the lightning strikes are the people or animals near it.
It turns purple!
that's impossible lightning can strike anywhere so no matter where you are lightning can possibly strike you even though lightning strikes to a human rarely happens but there sometimes reports of lightning strikes on lower ground but that doesnt mean you ignore that safety precaution cause that rarely happens
In an active volcano, it is common for there to be lightning strikes. Their energy is tiny compared to the energy of the volcano. They may be caused by piezoelectric effects in the dust.