Remember the times when we were little and we used to feel scared of the thunder and lightning when there’s a storm? The booming sound is so loud it sounds like a bomb exploding. This childish  impression is somewhat true. Exploding Air Thunder is produced when air explodes inside a thundercloud when lightning heats it up. A strike of lightening can immediately heat up the air to between 15,000 and [...]

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Perhaps no other natural phenomenon has captured the imagination of adults and children alike more than snow. Snow men, snow angels, snowflakes — these objects fuel our childish wonder at the fluffy white material that we call snow. Snow, a precipitate that comes only in winter, is formed from water droplets that gathered in the atmosphere. Instead of raining water, snow is formed because of the freezing temperature in the [...]

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