Okay, now I want learn this skill — Totseans

Okay, now I want learn this skill

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edited May 2013 in Life

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  • DfgDfg Admin
    edited May 2013
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    edited May 2013
  • DfgDfg Admin
    edited May 2013
    "This is known as Heat Lightning[1] . What you’re likely seeing is the light from a distant thunderstorm that is located at too great of a distance for the thunder sound to be heard. The sound of thunder rarely travels more than 10 miles. Other cases can be explained by the refraction (or bending) of sound waves by bodies of air with different densities. An observer may see nearby lightning, but the sound from the discharge is refracted over their head by a change in the temperature, and therefore the density, of the air around him. As a result, the lightning discharge seems to be silent."
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