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There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on the perspective of the individual. Some people might see clouds as being positive because they bring rain, which is necessary for plant life, while others might see them as being negative because they can block out the sun and cause cooler temperatures.
Clouds are negatively charged because they are made up of tiny water droplets. These water droplets are constantly moving and colliding with each other. This movement creates static electricity, which gives the clouds a negative charge.
Thunder is a naturally occurring electrical phenomenon. It is not positive or negative.
Earth is positively charged.
No, the ground is not negatively charged.
Yes, thunder can hurt you. It is loud and can cause damage to your ears. It can also cause a shockwave that can knock you down.
The three types of lightning are cloud-to-ground, cloud-to-air, and cloud-to-cloud.
Lightning is a naturally occurring electrical phenomenon resulting from the buildup of charge in the atmosphere.
No, lightning does not charge the Earth.
No, humans are not positively charged.
Lightning can strike up to 10 miles away from a cloud.
Lightning is white.
White lightning is very hot.
Spider lightning is a type of electrical discharge that often occurs during thunderstorms. It is characterized by a bright flash of light that appears to "crawl" along the ground or other surfaces.
No, Earth is not a capacitor.
Yes, electricity exists in space.
The Earth's mass is 5.97 x 10^24 kg.
No, trees are not positively charged.
Leaders in lightning are typically taller objects that are in close proximity to the thunderstorm. These objects can be anything from trees to buildings to power lines.
A tree can become charged in a number of ways, including being struck by lightning, rubbing against a charged object, or contact with a charged particle.
Yes, it is possible for lightning to strike a phone.
Yes, it is possible for lightning to hit your house.
Yes, you can get struck by lightning.
Green lightning is a real phenomenon, but it is relatively rare. It is most often seen in the form of sprites, which are electrical discharges that occur high above thunderstorms.
There is no definitive answer to this question as there is no definitive definition of "red lightning." While some people might consider any type of lightning that appears red to be "real," others might only consider lightning that is physically red in color to be real. In either case, there are reports of both types of lightning, so it is likely that both exist in some form.
No, humans cannot create thunderstorms.
Yes, lightning can strike a car.
No, lightning cannot power a city.
When lightning strikes ice, it can cause a large explosion.
Lightning is a giant spark of electricity. It is created by a giant discharge of static electricity. Thunder is created by the shock wave that is produced when the air around the lightning is heated to a very high temperature.
Yes, you can feel lightning before it strikes.
There may be several reasons for this. One possibility is that the thunderstorm is not yet developed enough to produce rain. Another possibility is that the thunderstorm is producing rain on the back side of the storm away from you.
There are approximately 100 volts in a human body.
There are many different types of clouds, and they are classified based on their shape and altitude. The most common types of clouds are cirrus, cumulus, and stratus. Cirrus clouds are thin and wispy, and are usually found at high altitudes. Cumulus clouds are fluffy and often resemble cotton balls. They are usually found at lower altitudes. Stratus clouds are low, flat, and often cover the entire sky.
Clouds are named after the shapes they resemble. For example, cirrus clouds look like curls or wisps of hair, so they are sometimes called “mare’s tails.” Cumulus clouds look like puffy white cotton balls, so they are sometimes called “cotton candy clouds.”
A cloud is a visible mass of water droplets or ice crystals suspended in the air.