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Lightning Strike Lightning - Turn Myself Into The Ocean

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  1. Lightning occurs naturally during heavy Rain, striking up to 10 units away from the player. Mobs and objects within a 3 unit radius of the point of touch-down can be set on Fire. Lightning can also strike the player through unnatural occurrences (none of which will cause any Health damage.
  2. Following these tips will not prevent you from being struck by lightning, but may slightly lessen the odds. If camping, hiking, etc., far from a safe vehicle or building, avoid open fields, the top of a hill or a ridge top. Keep your site away from tall, isolated trees or other tall objects.
  3. The US receives 20 million lightning strikes annually. A lightning strike can generate heat in excess of 50, degrees Fahrenheit and without a lightning protection system resistance from the nonconductive parts of your home (wood, tile, brick, shingles, etc.) can cause the lightning fires you see.
  4. The old saying goes that lightning never strikes twice but when it does strike, it can do so with catastrophic results. While the majority of lightning strikes hit the land, it is still possible for the sea to be affected: NASA research shows that deep ocean areas are less likely to be struck, with those nearer the coast more likely to be hit.
  5. Jun 27,  · 10 Most Dangerous Ocean Phenomena in the World - Duration: Mind Boggler 2,, views. The Best Lightning Strikes (Close n' Loud Edition Part:3) - Duration:
  6. Lightning doesn’t strike the ocean as much as land, but when it does,it spreads out over the water, which acts as a conductor. It can hit boats that are nearby, and electrocute fish that are near the surface. If you’re at the beach and hear thunder or see lightning, get out of the water.
  7. Lightning strikes on ocean surface is relatively rare, as thunderstorms tend to form more often over land. But they do happen, and when that happens, the electricity spreads over the surface, as it does over land. The electric current doesn't go into lower levels of water, especially if the water is salty, and thus more conducting.

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