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At any moment, about 2,000 thunderstorms are occurring worldwide. Learn how thunderstorms form, what causes lightning and thunder, and how these violent phenomena help balance the planet's energy and electricity.
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Lightning is an electrical discharge caused by imbalances between storm clouds and the ground, or within the clouds themselves. To learn more, read on here: https://on.natgeo.com/2IqDxtK
boncy boi
Do u guys remember the tornado in California.

It was not a tornado.

We only have earthquakes in California🌪
Star Walker
All of this came into being by a Creator. His name is Allah.
Munisa Shakhabova
Great explanation! Thank you NatGeo)
Cyriljr. Mansueto
There’s a thunderstorm here right where I’m at
Ronit Dahiya
🌩️
Pixel Dust
this explanation has some bad science in it...
Oliver Dean
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SSGSS 3 Vegeta
Now I'm a meteorologist, thank you. I make bank now haha
Chris .Matson
Wow!
Francis Miguel Tamoria
I don like like thunder and lightning but I hate it when suddenly your sorroundings become very still even the leaves of the tree stop from moving and you will feel very ligh like you are on the spot with poor gravitational pull. its fckin eerie..I experienced that a couple of times.
Grégoire Sallaz
Now you realize if National Geographic has been a teacher , every one will listen in maths science and physics class ^^
Vladpryde
The best way to dissipate a Thunderstorm is to send Damian Lillard with an ice storm.
/jb /
...choose landspout to describe tornadic supercell.... :/
Dorsey Ann
Lightning starts from the ground up.
Rosio H
Hi👋I'm a New Subscriber to your Channel.... I love this Video... I want to Learn something New every day....
Teague Wessel
Love it when I’m in bed, and during the night, a thunderstorm comes through, just awesome.
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Farzand Shah
Thank you soo much for this video its really informative and have u uploaded a vedio about stars and black hole?
blacks bloxy
That's a giant Monsoon!
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Venus 101 | National Geographic Thunderstorms 101 | National Geographic 1 day ago   03:29

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Named after the ancient Roman goddess of beauty, Venus is known for its exceptional brightness. Find out about the volcanoes that dot Venus's surface, the storms that rage in its atmosphere, and the surprising feature that makes Venus outshine every planet or star in the night sky.
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