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Message Subject ISON bringing FIREBALLS to the EARTH!! - Several LARGE sightings this week! - SPECTACULAR electrical discharge event in CANADA!!!
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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This was actually due to a wind storm that went through Ontario and Quebec
area the end of last week. There where lots of power outages due to fallen tree
limbs on power lines right across the east coast of Canada.
A direct short on one of those hot lines would then cause the other to arc towards
the new ground potential of that line. Sorry to kill your DOOM.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 49207205


I've been working in the electrical industry since forever, do you know how much current would be needed to create an arc that wide?

A lot!
 Quoting: More questions than answers!


Actually I am surprised that you do not know more if you really worked in the
the electrical industry. High voltage will cause arcing like this just take a look
on YT for electrical power wires arcing and you can see many video like this,
nothing new or ISON created but in your head!

Video or 3 phase switching point with bad connection.
[link to www.youtube.com]

500kv disconnect
[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 49207205



DUDE! both the videos you provided ARE NOTHING like the Canada video that show a ball of fire SLOWLY moving down a line. THIS IS NOT NORMAL and your videos don't ever come close to replication the Canada vid.

FAIL
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34466425


Dude, go back a try reading again, I said "High voltage will cause arcing like this"
No kidding they do not look anything like the Canadian event as they are not a
direct and uncontrolled
short to ground they where videos of power switches being opened. But they did
show arc potential and with UK having power line with 7,200 or 14,400 volts
before the step down transformers there is lots of potential arc power available.
 
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