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sorry to say, but its not current. its extremely high voltage that is being grounded out. it is thousands of volts that can make anything conduct, amps is only the amount of current flowing, not the charge. but it would probably have some decent current through it maybe.
"Lightning heats nearby air to about 10,000 °C (18,000 °F) nearly instantly, which is almost twice the temperature of the Sun’s surface. The heating creates a shock wave that is heard as thunder."
But IDK for sure...
What have we learnt?"that youre not even good at exaggeration. 30:1? so if you have a camera youre thirty times more likely to get stuck by lightning than to NOT get struck? or do you mean, for every normal video, there are 30 that fake lightning strikes?either way, thats definitely a little extreme
but congrats to that crew for standing where lightning just struck for a couple minutes to talk about it
Err..not safe for...wigwams?
maybe he was bored like u and he was about to do some tricks on his bike then post it on some website like iab? ;-)
I`ve had lightning strike very close to me during the day. Not much light to it.
I like watching videos of people nearly getting hit by lightning and stuff, for some reason it`s always REALLY fun to watch...
Unless his camera sucked.
What have we learnt?