Have you ever watched a lightning storm in awe? Join the crowd. Oddly, nobody knows exactly how lightning is produced. What is known is that charges slowly separate in some clouds causing rapid electrical discharges (lightning), but how electrical charges get separated in clouds remains a topic of much research. Lightning usually takes a jagged course, rapidly heating a thin column of air to about three times the surface temperature of the Sun. The resulting shock wave starts supersonically and decays into the loud sound known as thunder. Lightning bolts are common in clouds during rainstorms, and on average 44 lightning bolts occur on the Earth every second. Pictured, over 60 images were stacked to capture the flow of lightning-producing storm clouds in July over Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.

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VIDEO: Highway #PileUp 100+ Vehicles in a MAJOR Accident! Who drives in a #Blizzard with #WhiteOut Condition? …

#Preppers #UrbanPreppers and #CityPreppers … “WE PULL OVER get out our vehicle #preps AND WAIT IT OUT.” This is an old video, but I wanna REMIND EVERYONE this could happen to you, if you don’t plan in advance and have a #PreparedMindset …

If we have to drive in a #Snow #Storm THEN when the traffic or conditions get really bad, PLEASE pull you car over AND turn on the #emergency #lights. Open your trunk and pull out either reflector cones or emergency flares or emergency lights alerting idiot drivers so they don’t hit your vehicle …

IF YOU DON’T HAVE THE VEHICLE PREPS YOU SHOULD HAVE IN YOUR TRUNK FOR #WINTER: Please go to PreparednessAwareness.com can click on #VehiclePreps or use this link: http://preparednessawareness.com/vehicle-preps

Please my friends, don’t let this happen to you @ShopPreps and stay #Reddie!

#PreparednessAwareness

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