Hope this doesn't affect Santa's travels!
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I maintain that the ball created the lightning. ⚡Thanks for backing me up.
Since nobody else has said it: lightning wouldn't stop if it hit something like that in mid air, it would continue on. Either the lightning hit something else in the distance instead of that ball, or this is fake. Either way, I really don't think it hit the ball.
Well, Japan did surrender. Ya gotta give 'em that.
Just like 1941….people just kept talking about Dec 7, Dec 7, Dec 7, Dec 7, Dec 7, Dec 7, Dec 7. Morning noon and night. I suppose you also say Japan did nothing wrong.
Upvote for the 0:21 - 0:28 part. 👍
Hope they got their money back.
"So who has egg on their face?" Woman wipes nose.
It wasn't struck by lightning, it created it!
For just a second there I thought you were going say you got a new pair of orthopedic shoes.
I stand corrected.
Thanks for doing the leg work for me. 5 Power points just because.
From what I can find...timers and/or sensors that arm them after being deployed. Weighted bottoms and/or little parachutes. Many types function in any position too, so upright doesn't matter. Even ground based deployment is usually tossing them mechanically from a vehicle by the thousands, not by hand. https://videosift.com/video/M139-Volcano-Mine-System
How did the mines not explode after being dropped from the air? And how did they land with the trigger facing up buried in the sand?
dropping hundreds of thousands of mines on foreign soil from the air with no idea where most end up and just leaving them to disable a country for generations.
I'd like to see the construction of the place.
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