Unusual phenomenon observed in Mediterranean.

Unusual phenomenon observed in Mediterranean.

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    • vicar bob says:

      No, it did not

      No, it did not resemble that picture. I am familiar with seeing lightning strkes in this area of sea and know what they look like.
      This was three dimensional and  maintained it´s position despite being struck many times. The electrical discharges did not penetrate the globe but flowed over the sides, obviously being displaced by the globe. The fact that I observed this process indicated to me, that the electrical discharge was being slowed down.  Also, I used my binoculars to get a better look and could see the globe still there between strikes. I have never seen lighning strike the same place every 2-3 minutes for a period of more than an hour until this.

  1. Ian Topham says:

    Hi vicar bob, welcome to the
    Hi vicar bob, welcome to the forum.  This is an interesting post but it covers an area I have no experience with at all so I may not be much help.

  2. Urisk says:

    The Stars are RIGHT!!
    Cthulhu’s coming!!

    Seriously though I can’t offer any kind of helpful explanation. That just sounds pretty gnarly; muast have been an impressive sight!

  3. Columbine says:

     Could there have been some
     Could there have been some small structure out to see that was pulling down the strikes like a lightning rod or something? One of those bells on a bouy perhaps? Thats the only natural reason I can think of for repeated strikes in the same place.

  4. BaronIveagh says:

    It sounds almost like one
    It sounds almost like one end of a very large Van de Graaff generator.


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