[2013] Clayton45: Bolts of lightning

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[2013] Clayton45: Bolts of lightning

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Lightning

Lightning is formed from electrons or negative charges that were in clouds that attract to positive charges from a cloud or the ground.

Lightning is sort of the static electricity of a tornado.

Every minute 3,000 lightning bolts strike the earth.

Lightning attracts to water and metal. If you're swimmimg and a lightning storm appears, get out of the water right when you hear the thunder.


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