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The video explains how to do a simple GCSE Physics problem where the distance to a thundercloud is calculated given the time between seeing the bolt of lightening and hearing the thunder. The speed of sound in air is also provided for the calculation.
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Git gud lmao obviously it's not magic but it does seriously help with tanks that have a large shell drop. hope this helps. Pls subscribe for more content like this Twitter: https://twitter.com/_Starman_1 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/_thefinalstarman
Views: 3903 The Final Starman

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How to Estimate the Clouds Distance in a Thunder Storm Source: http://snapguide.com/guides/estimate-the-clouds-distance-in-a-thunder-storm/ Channel: http://www.youtube.com/TechsGuides
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Используй мобильное приложение WT Дальномер для определения расстояния до противника. Уничтожай вражескую технику с одного выстрела. Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.prozoom09.wtrangefinder https://vk.com/wiki_warthunder Use your mobile application WT Rangefinder to determine the distance to the enemy. Destroy the enemy with a single shot technique.
Views: 1954 Dmitrij Gonchar

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Remember that trick you were taught back in elementary school to find out how far away a storm was to you? Well, have you ever wondered how it works? Really, it's just a matter of the speed of sound and speed of light disparity and some simple math. Find out more in this video! Like us on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/LilSolarSystem Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LilSolarSystem Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmP3Q6kJy1Za80KOain53jw
Views: 942 LittleSolarSystem

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Jackson shows how to judge distance of storms by counting between lightning and thunder

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Music Used : Kevin Macleod - Antagonist A Half-Life 2 OST - Brane Scan
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Views: 2476 Ignace Maes

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theearthspacex/ The Earth In this first segment of our video book, we introduce the most basic distance measurement techniques, and illustrate their use in my back yard. These include direct measurement and triangulation. We introduce minutes and seconds of arch in a degree, and describe a theodolite. We then triangulate the Grand Canyon, Mt. Everest and more. We then introduce lightning as an example where some basic scientific understand about observed phenomena is needed to help determine how far away it is. We discuss what lightning and thunder are, and the speed of sound in air to calculate how far away a lightning strike is. Next, we cover “going there” as a technique for determining distance, using our atmosphere as the prime example. From balloons to the space station, we cover the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere and thermosphere. Then, we illustrate how geometry can play a key role in determining distance as we cover in detail how Eratosthenes actually calculated the size of the Earth in 200 B.C. We use how many students could fit inside the Earth to highlight just how vast the Earth really is. We conclude our coverage of the Earth with a look at distances to a number of cities using pictures and video taken by the international space station at night. We start close to home and move out to the most distant cities – much like we’ll be moving from neighboring celestial objects out the furthest reaches of space in subsequent video book chapters. We then introduce the distance ladder and show how we have just built the foundational rungs in the ladder. We end with a preview of the coming distant ladder rungs and the video book segments organized around them.} Introduction The Earth: It’s big, really big. In this section we’ll cover how we came to just know how big the earth really is. In so doing, we’ll build the first rungs in the distance ladder that will take us across our galaxy. We’ll begin our journey to the edges of the visible very close to home.

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Lightning Protection Consultants India provides lightning protection design, earthing system design and grounding system design for buildings. More info: http://www.lpci.in/lightningprotection.html.

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Real, no fake: real close & nearby lightning strike about 100 meters / 330 feet away. With close up replay in slow motion, FullHD. What a Thunderstorm! Distance calculation: Thunder is (nearly) 9 pictures later then lightning, with 30 fps this is 0.3 sec. Sound velocity is ~343 meters/sec, results in 102.9 meters. 100 meters are 328 feet; 102,9 meters are 337.6 feet. Filmed with Canon EOS 7D and Sigma AF 17-70mm in Full HD.
Views: 1766 Alvar Freude

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Check out www.switchbackmediaapps.com to learn how to get Storm Distance Calculator for free. If you have ever thought about just far an approaching storm is, but you didn't know how to measure the distance, look no further. With Switchback Media LLC's new mobile app, Storm Distance Calculator, you can easily calculate the approximate distance of any approaching storm with only a few clicks of a button. So it doesn't matter whether you are playing a round of golf, going for a hike, or just watching a thunderstorm from your front porch, you'll always have a good idea of just how far that lightning bolt is.
Views: 280 Switchback

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Text at http://howfarawayisit.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/The-Earth.pdf Music free version at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpH1IDQEoE8RdaGtK0qP0Aar-oYRZ5nOo In this segment of our "How far away is it" video book, we introduce the most basic distance measurement techniques, and illustrate their use in my back yard. These include direct measurement and triangulation. We introduce minutes and seconds of arch in a degree, and describe a theodolite. We then triangulate the Grand Canyon, Mt. Everest and more. We then introduce lightening as an example where some basic scientific understand about observed phenomena is needed to help determine how far away it is. We discuss what lightening and thunder are, and the speed of sound in air to calculate how far away a lightening strike is. Next, we cover "going there" as a technique for determining distance, using our atmosphere as the prime example. From balloons to the space station, we cover the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere and thermosphere. Then, we illustrate how geometry can play a key role in determining distance as we cover in detail how Eratosthenes actually calculated the size of the Earth in 200 B.C. We use how many students could fit inside the Earth to highlight just how vast the Earth really is. We conclude our coverage of the Earth with a look at distances to a number of cities using pictures and video taken by the international space station at night. We start close to home and move out to the most distant cities -- much like we'll be moving from neighboring celestial objects out the furthest reaches of space in subsequent video book chapters. We then introduce the distance ladder and show how we have just built the foundational rungs in the ladder. We end with a preview the coming distant ladder rungs and video book segments organized around them. Music: @00:00 - Bach, Johann Sebastian: Zion hort die Wachter singen from Cantata No. 140 (‘Sleepers Wake!”) South German Madrigal Choir, Consortium Musicum / Wolfgang Gonnenwein 1967 EMI Electrola GmbH; from the album “The most relaxing classical album in the world…ever!” @02:56 Gabriel Fauré - Pavane Op.50. Garth Morris (flute), New Philharmonia Orchestra / Sir David Willcocks 1968; from the album “The most relaxing classical album in the world…ever!” @14:27 - Barber, Samuel: Adagio for Strings Op. 11a; The Philadelphia Orchestra / Eugene Ormandy 1984; from the album “The most relaxing classical album in the world…ever!”
Views: 76798 David Butler

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Could it be possible to measure the distance of storm with the help of lightening and thunder?

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KCRA 3 WeatherPlus meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn on Thursday said thunder will often not be heard if lightning is more than 10 to 15 miles away.
Views: 633 KCRA News

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In order to determine how far away a lightning strike hit, count the time that occurs between the lightning flash and the clap of thunder. Discover how a five second differential means a lightning strike is about one mile away with help from a meteorologist in this free video on understanding weather. Expert: Charlie Neese Contact: www.charlieneese.com Bio: Charlie Neese is an Emmy Award-winning television meteorologist and severe weather safety expert based in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge
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A distance measuring project using Arduino UNO and ultrasonic sensor. The link for code is below download the code and enjoy making new projects
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One of the main concerns, especially in a severe thunderstorm, is lightning, which is very dangerous.
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This activity teaches students the origins of thunder and lightning. They discover what causes lightning, then model lightning by generating static electricity with a balloon and aluminum foil “lightning rod.” They discover what causes thunder, and learn how to estimate the distance of a storm. They also learn safety tips.

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Hey guys! TheMysteriousSwede here to teach you a little about Gun Convergence/Guns Targeting Distance in 'War Thunder'! I hope my tips and tricks help you because that's the aim of this video. If you enjoyed the video, press that 'Like' button to show me some support! :) Subscribe for more! http://www.youtube.com/user/TheMysteriousSwede
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A plain laser diode can easily measure sub-micron vibrations from centimeters away by self-mixing interferometry! I also show how this technique can be used for range-finding. http://sci-hub.tw/http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1464-4258/4/6/371/pdf https://www.jameco.com/Jameco/Products/ProdDS/2120428.pdf https://www.spiedigitallibrary.org/journals/optical-engineering/volume-57/issue-05/051506/Overview-of-self-mixing-interferometer-applications-to-mechanical-engineering/10.1117/1.OE.57.5.051506.full?SSO=1 Nerd Thunder! Check them out! Dean Segovis: https://www.youtube.com/user/HackaweekTV Jeri Ellsworth: https://www.youtube.com/user/jeriellsworth Becky Stern: https://www.youtube.com/user/bekathwia Ben Krasnow: https://www.youtube.com/user/bkraz333 John Schuch: https://www.youtube.com/user/HackersBenchTV Darren Landrum: https://www.youtube.com/user/dmlandrum Joe Grand: https://www.youtube.com/user/kingpinempire Mark VandeWettering: https://www.youtube.com/user/brainwagon Alan Wolke: https://www.youtube.com/user/w2aew/ https://www.patreon.com/AppliedScience
Views: 136137 Applied Science

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Filmed on Border City Venlo, the Netherlands!!! A Local Supercell Thunderstorm Hits the Germany Area NRW City area Viersen, Bruggen,Kaldenkirchen. A Lot of lightnings, very hard rain and hail and floodings(Local floods) may 10 2011

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A little lighting
Views: 279 Mike B

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100kA test - Lightning VS Tape Measure No sound, it's a high speed clip...
Views: 138 Philip Leichauer

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Google Play : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.spotuaud.android.foudre With this application you can measure the distance between you and the point of impact of the lightning and visualize on a map all possible locations of this point of impact. How does it work ? This application uses the difference of speed between light and sound, in fact the light of the lightning reaches you almost instantaneously while the sound takes several seconds to run through the distance between you and the place where the thunderbolt has fallen. By measuring this duration, this applications calculates the distance. Music : Impact Lento Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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240fps capture of a lightning bolt
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Thunderstormclouds in the distance (Belgium, Dendermonde). Possibly the thunder and lightning above Essen was visible from Dendermonde. Hoge onweerswolken in de verte met bliksem (beelden in realtime en in slow motion) - Dendermonde (België), zaterdag 10 september 2011. Mogelijk was het hevig onweer dat boven Essen hing te zien vanuit Dendermonde.
Views: 567 njits5

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WAR THUNDER https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/tid=CUSA00224_00

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Views: 272 Wiz Science™

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Views: 91 Jhakash Tech world

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Like. Comment. Subscribe. For listening purposes only. Not for monetizing. I do not own any of these. English Translation: I'm being intoxicated in the happiness that shined bright for a moment I must have been distracted for a moment in the memories' light You're already at the place I can't reach You shined bright for a short time like lightning You lit up the world for a moment As if the whole world is mine you showed me and left I was late like thunder I'm looking for you now Boom Boom Boom Boom I let out a sound late calling for you (Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh) I know now (Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh) Now I am afflicted over you Thunder Thunder Thunder I want to grab you Thunder Thunder Thunder I guess you went too far away As time passes you and I are more distanced Already you're probably far away becoming someone else's light You were very fast like lightning We were so different Between us, the time difference became the space that will not allow us to be together I was late like thunder I'm regretting it now Boom Boom Boom Boom I let out a sound late calling for you (Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh) I know now (Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh) Now I am afflicted over you Thunder Thunder Thunder I want to grab you Thunder Thunder Thunder I'm following you following you Chasing you chasing you Looking for you looking for you You're getting farther and farther away Going over time's wall, I'm looking for you Although it may be different now, the beginning is the same I trust that we can still go back One two we count the seconds as we measure the distance (Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh) I know now (Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh) Now I am afflicted over you Thunder Thunder Thunder I want to grab you Thunder Thunder Thunder Thunder Thunder Thunder I want to grab you Thunder Thunder Thunder Thunder Thunder Thunder I want to grab you Thunder Thunder Thunder
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LPCI - Engineering Consultants and training team with expertise in Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Lightning Protection (LP). Read More: http://www.lpci.in/

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this will never happen again
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