Yes. Astraphobia, or the fear of thunder and lightning could be the result of being hit, if you survive the hit tho.
Most sources cite 3 or 4 possible answers, however, almost all sources claim these to be the fear of 'thunder and lightning' Astraphobia Brontophobia Ceraunophobia Keraunophobia The most likely way these are broken down, are with Brontophobia being the fear of thunder bronto is the latin prefix for thunder, Cerauno/Kerauno-phobia being the fear of thunder AND lightning - since Cerauno/Kerauno are used as latin words for thunder *and* lightning (or either, but it can be both). This leaves Astraphobia as the specific fear of lightning alone. However, the 3-4 words are used interchangably for fear of thunder and/or lightning, so you'll probably find you'd need to specifically state which you mean, no matter which of the words you use.
Zeus is the god of the sky and lightning, as well as being king of the gods, so he would be the one who can control lightning.
A favourable outcome is one in which the event that you are looking for happens. The word favourable can have contrary connotations. If studying fatal lightning strikes, a "favourable" outcome is one in which someone dies from being struck by lightning. I don't know many people who would consider that "favourable"!
The chance of being struck by lightning is 576,000 to 1. The chance of being killed by lightning is 2,320,000 to 1.
There isn't one. Lightning is a physical happening. There can't be an antonym for there NOT being lightning.
The probability of failure. Actually, the phrases used have very confusing connotations. When studying the risk of people being killed by lightning strikes, a "success" or the "desired outcome" is death caused by lightning. I somehow doubt that the person struck would consider it a desired outcome or a success!
Being a liquid not a solid, I would consider it soft.
No. The car tire will not reduce its chances of being hit by lightning. If anything the tire would add height, which could increase the chances of being hit, though this increase in chance would be negligible.
Lightning is not a weapon but it is very dangerous. The odds of being struck by lightning is 1 in 3000.
Yes, install a lightning rod.
Stay indoors during a lightning storm.
No, being struck by lightning is often fatal.
To prevent being struck by lightning:Don't use cellphone or electronic gadget when its lightning.Don't use a computer when lightning is in the area.Don't use a landline phone when lightning is in the area.Stay inside during a thunderstorm.
The lightning rod prevents ships and buildings from being hit by lightning.
Being struck by lightning is unlike a physical blow. there is no 'hardness' to it.
The primary safety hazard of lightning is being struck by lightning. Other hazards include:being struck by something that has been struck by lightning or damaged by accompanying windsbeing carried away or drowned by flooding that often accompany severe lightening storms.
Your odds of being struck by lightning at any time is about 1 in 250,000. If you are playing golf and there is lightning, your odds drop to about 1 in 10,000.
Blitz is the German word for Lightning: Blitzkrieg being Lightning War.
The first thing he would do is pause to consider his great fortune at being in such elite company.
They would not consider them prey, but being scavengers, they would feed on a dead one if they came across it.
The results would be largely the same as it you weren't wearing braces, though you may have a somewhat higher chance of burning your gums.
In the US, the chances of being struck by lightning, in a year is 1:700,000.
do not go outside in suspect weather where lightning is a distinct possibility
You have a better chance of being struck by lightning only because there is more opportunity for lightning to strike you. However make no mistake about it, if you are in waters where sharks are known to be, you have a much greater chance of being eaten by a shark then.
Why not, its 2009. Ive been in many.