Lightning Quiz – Do you know these facts?

Since ancient times, people have admired lightning and feared it. Let's recall some facts about lightning - welcome to Lightning Quiz. Lightning Quiz - Storm

So what is the "Facts about lightning" quiz?

  1. We will ask you 7 questions to remember the facts about lightning.
  2. There are three possible answers - you must choose only one.
  3. If you're make mistake, don't worry! Wrong answered questions will be shown again at the end of quiz until the correct answer is received.

Interesting Facts about lightning.

  • In many different religions, lightning perceived as God's punishment.
  • When lightning strikes the sand, it turns into clots of glass. That was the first glass used by the ancient people.
  • Lightning bolts are often strikes on airplanes. To avoid the failure of engines or electronics, airplanes are made in a special way.
  • Every minute on the planet more than three thousand lightning strikes the earth.
  • Lightning speed is over thirty thousand miles per hour.
  • By the way, there are lightning not only on Earth, but also, for example, on Jupiter.
  • It is said that lightning never hits the same place. But in reality this is not the case - very often you can find places where lightning strikes constantly.
  • Powerful lightning discharge generates a dangerous shock wave.
  • In 1972, a paralyzed English court, having received a thunderbolt, regained the ability to move.
  • In 1998, a tragedy struck the Democratic Republic of the Congo - 11 people were killed by a lightning strike on a football field - the entire football team.
  • Uganda, an African country. In the small town of Tororo, thunderstorms occur from 365 days a year - more than two hundred.
  • But in Egypt, on the contrary, one can observe lightning once in a hundred years.
  • It is said that a chance to die from a lightning strike is equal to a chance to die from falling out of bed.

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