Indeed Lightning Strikes Twice

But, don’t take my word for it. Read this story about a Brevard County Florida church steeple. Even after two strikes and a fire, these brave people returned to church services on Sunday.

After my house suffered substantial lightning damage three years ago, I learned that lightning frequently strikes the same place twice. In spite of that fact, we’re still here, thank God.

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Tiny Lightning

Sometimes very tiny lightning can make a very large impact. Often I’ve had to explain systems damage due to lightening strikes and other electrical issues. The physics of electricity never fails to amaze me. It only takes a small static electrical spark to court disaster.

Check out this video, then think twice about how you might avoid static electricity the next time you fill up.