MY MUM JUST GOT SNAPCHAT IM DYING
this is perhaps the most broken economy ever conceived
hi dad. you may be wondering why i’m glued to the ceiling
my thoughts on the post were “that’s actually dangerous and there are people on here who don’t know better????” credit to the bun speakin the truth
thanks pal im just trying to keep people from getting hurt because of a really awful joke formatted like a not-joke
Yeaaah my 21 year old sis only learned at age 17 you’re not supposed to put aluminum in the microwave please keep in thought of those who really don’t know better :l
you guys are vigilant as hell about every social issue (which is good, im not discrediting that) but then when a post comes up instructing people to straight up electrocute themselves you’re all “meh, it’s mildly lulzy :P”
i dont even know how to caption this
This had to be my favourite photo of the day. Just… The quality of this photo makes my brain squish. I love this camera so darn much.
i want this photo on my tombstone look at the guy preparing to join the sky whale in the background
alright yeah this is cute and silly for people who know better but that’s noooot everyone can we not play like this thanks
(dont do this it’ll electrocute you bye!!)
These pics were taken one second apart
Lightning is REALLY BRIGHT
That’s the thing though, this isn’t lightning. The photos were both taken in daytime, the right photo being the normal condition. What you’re seeing in the left photo is a darkning strike.
Darkning is 50,000 times more rare than lightning, in fact most storms will never have a single instance of it. But when static charges between clouds become so energized that the electricity begins to form its own gravity, a black hole like the one created at CERN is briefly formed, sucking up all the light in the area and resulting in a brief “unflash” of darkning.
Less dangerous than lightning, Darkning lasts for a shorter time and you’d have to be within the event horizon to be harmed by it. Despite thousands a year dying of lightning strikes, only one man has ever been recorded as killed in a darkning strike, and that man was Lewis Caroll, author of Alice in Wonderland, which many historians believe he wrote based on that strange and fatal experience.