In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Shields may seem archaic in this modern age of handguns and ball lightning, but they are a tradition that we should strive to preserve.
- Some scientists even argued that ball lightning didn't exist.
- If you have ever heard of the Northern Lights or ball lightning, you might know that those are types of plasmas.
- To a few, the circles suggest the action of numerate whirlwinds, microwave-generated ball lightning, or some other peculiar atmospheric phenomenon.
- All appears to indicate that the cameras aboard the Mexican aircraft picked up one of the strangest and therefore most fascinating atmospheric phenomena: ball lightning.
- Here's one account by a man who saw ball lightning in the summer of 1966 on a produce farm where he grew up.
- The triangular snowflake is no more interesting than a four-leaf clover, ball lightning, or the aurora borealis.
- The strange properties of ball lightning can be explained in terms of metallic nanoparticles without introducing any extraordinary new physical processes.
- The sky above Los Angels is likely charged with a tremendous amount of electrical energy that may develop into something like ball lightning.
- He had seen the ball lightning from a nearby section of the city, but waited to see where she'd stop for another attack.
- Jake ran around a corner just as a ball lightning exploded through the wall.
- Some researchers believe that ball lightning occurs when lightning bolts touch down on the Earth's surface.
- A person could spend precious minutes looking for a Shard that would unleash ball lightning while another person would use a different Shard to kill the befuddled one.
- Read about ball lightning, another charged-particle phenomenon.
- These are the same people who were telling us that Paul was converted by ball lightning.
- I like the idea of ball lightning, but what exactly is it?
- ‘Humbug’ refers to natural phenomena such as heavenly bodies, noctilucent clouds, ball lightning, and man-made objects such as glowing blimps.
- Extremely rare, there are few pictures of ball lightning, which is usually described as a floating sphere, often about the size of a basketball.
- Two New Zealand scientists believe ball lightning consists of ‘fluffy balls of burning silicon created by ordinary fork lightning striking the earth.’
- In nearly all reported cases, the observers saw another form of lightning flash before seeing ball lightning.
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