Without a doubt, Florida. There are very good meteorological reasons for this: it is close to the tropics (which have prodigious amounts of warm moist air masses), and ocean water literally surrounds it. In fact, Cape Kennedy spaceport has a huge problem with the statistical likelihood of lightning damaging space vehicles and support equipment. So-called 'anvil forecasting' is essential to space launch safety, and there has only been limited research in this area. A lightning hit to a rocket during launch phase can easily destroy it. Because liquid fuel loaded into sitting space vehicles must be pumped back out, it costs a large amount to scrub a launch. Better long term forecasting of convective storms (i.e. thunderstorms) would help improve launch planning.
the homonyn for lightning is lightening the homonyn for lightning is lightening
No lightning is a noun.
Lightning can be used as a noun (bolt of lightning) or an adjective (lightning fast). It is not a verb, so it does not have a past tense form.
The lightning capital of the world is Florida.
Florida. In fact, it is the lightning capital of the world.
in its capital
Because its where the most calculated lightning strikes occur.
FLORIDA Florida is known as the "Lightning Capital of the Nation" or the "Lightning Capital of the World." Florida has more injuries and deaths attributed to thunderstorms than any other US state. The city of Tampa is also billed as "The Lightning Capital of the Nation" for its huge number of thunderstorms. In one month (June 1994), more than 50,000 lightning strikes occurred in the Tampa/St. Petersburg metropolitan area.
The Capital of America at the American Revolutionis Phliidelphia
New York city was the temporary capital of America.
The capital of any country is meant for administration. The capital of America is also meant for the same purpose.