Do you think NASA invented thunderstorms to cover up the sound of space battles in space?
What Girls Said 3
Never crossed my mind 🤔0
I've been to then NASA center in Houston... I wish that's what I saw, that would have been cool.0
God your questions are just getting trollier...1
What Guys Said 10
First of all sound doesn't travel in space so you can't hear anything. Also thunderstorms have been happening well before NASA and are a result of water molecules forming large enough clouds which form a static charge. Once the high electric potential between the cloud and an object on the ground is high enough. It will cause a lightning strike where it flows up from the ground to the cloud and not down from the cloud as many people wrongly assume.0
nah, thunder and lightning are the result of giant teddy bears in heaven playing with their toys. one teddy bear is turning the lights on and off and the other one is stacking up and knocking down wooden letter blocks.
Source: my mum told me so when I was a toddler. it must be true because i remember 28 years later.1
I thought this was common knowledge
Obviously it's just the gods of Olympus above us making sweet lovin'0
Are you high?0
No one can hear you scream in space.
I don't know. ask people back in the mid to late 1800's and see what they thought of thunder storms.0
Sound in space? You been watching too much star wars. No sounds in space1
No that's just ridiculous0