Lightning [noun]

Definition of Lightning:

electrical discharge

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Outside awarded MountainFlow a Gear of the Show award at last year’s Outdoor Retailer Winter Market, where we look at hundreds of products pitched to us at lightning speed over the course of a few days.

The video captures a thread of electric current, or lightning leader, zipping down from a thundercloud to meet another leader reaching up from the ground.

It took a violent mob of insurrectionists and a lightning bolt moment in this very room.

Scientists have finally gotten a clear view of the spark that sets off a weird type of lightning called a blue jet.

The first is like estimating the distance to a lightning strike by timing the delayed arrival of the thunderclap.

Normal lightning bolts are formed by discharges between oppositely charged regions of a cloud — or a cloud and the ground — many kilometers apart.

Then it popped through to 50,000 feet, sucking in air from below that drove the flames on, creating a storm system—complete with lightning and fire tornadoes—where no storm should have been.

Never before have pre-print servers exploded in popularity, allowing scientists to share discoveries at lightning speed.

Meanwhile as fires continue to devastate the West, the California legislature, meeting in emergency session, votes to ban lightning.

You know, Or if you just want to have fun or kind of game-ify this a little bit, you know, every time somebody dunks the ball, you can see a lightning strikeon the back board.