unlucky guy. .. Fake. First of all, Lightning is not transparent. Second, Lighting is exceptionally hot, and as such: Exceptionally bright- So bright, that it would have lit up unlucky guy Fake First of all Lightning is not transparent Second Lighting exceptionally hot and as such: Exceptionally bright- So bright that it would have lit up
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#9 - anon id: 35bf25ad
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#4 - anon id: 1b75b5a9
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Fake.

First of all, Lightning is not transparent. Second, Lighting is exceptionally hot, and as such: Exceptionally bright- So bright, that it would have lit up the surrounding area as if Sunlight, additionally burning the camera (like the imprint you get on your eye for a while after looking at the sun)...

ANd when people are struck directly by lighting, they are at least blown into the air, if not completely apart...
#6 to #4 - watcherofthewatch
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if not blown apart? the camera is a far enough distance to n ot get fried, you sir, are a retard
User avatar #5 to #4 - sledmondson
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who the **** told you they get blown apart anon? stop watching films and learn some physics and biology
#7 to #5 - anon id: 1b75b5a9
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The immense heat from lightning Flashboils the water in your body: The resulting expansion of the gas created causes one's body to literally "burst" at the seams. Not to mention the amount of force that is created as a result of the kinetic energy amassed when a bunch of slow molecules suddenly speed up and about--- Certainly tries the Structural integrity of the human body to say the least...

Look up actual Cases of Direct Lighting strikes, and you'll that losing multiple limbs is quite ubiquitous to say the least. a direct strike is almost impossible as it is...
#8 to #7 - anon id: 1b75b5a9
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Not to mention the electromagnetic field would also cause the camera signal to become distorted for at least a moment. The camera doesnt even flinch, yet its less than 10 meters away....
User avatar #12 to #8 - sledmondson
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i agree with all the camera facts you've said as i am actually a cameraman by profession, but there are tons of cases where people don't explode when struck by lightning, yeah their feet get blown out or a limb comes off but they don't full on explode
#10 to #8 - littlewishmaker
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Anon used Physics!
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#11 to #4 - kapurass
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science approves
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