I’m so excited you stumbled upon this little corner of the ever changing mystery of writing. The ever eluding story, fiction or nonfiction. I write about all things questionable and what isn’t? Little kids fire questions that we all asked at one time or another. Everything is a mystery, beginning with, “Why is the sky blue?” When was the last time you asked that one?

Why is the sky blue?

A clear cloudless day-time sky is blue because molecules in the air scatter blue light from the sun more than they scatter red light. When we look towards the sun at sunset, we see red and orange colors because the blue light has been scattered out and away from the line of sight.

Wow, finally got the answer.

THUNDER? Here’s another, especially important for those of us that are scared to death of thunder. Are thunderstorms when God’s clapping or are the clouds banging together as thought by Aristotle in the fourth century BC, in an early speculation that it was caused by the collision of clouds? Nope, neither, thunder is caused by lightening, a loud rumbling or crashing noise heard after a lightning flash due to the expansion of rapidly heated air.
┬áHere’s some stuff from Google about thunder:
Synonyms:
Noun
1. a thunderclap, peal of thunder, roll of thunder, rumble of thunder, crack of thunder, crash of thunder
“Thunder and lightning”
More . . .
– a resounding loud deep noise: “you can hear the thunder of the falls in the distance”
Synonyms: rumble, rumbling, boom, booming, roar, roaring, pounding, thud, thudding, crash, crashing, reverberation
Verb
1. thunder sounds: “it began to thunder”
-speak loudly and forcefully or angrily, especially to denounce of criticize: “he thundered against the evils of the age”
Synonyms: rail against, fulminate against, inveigh against, rage against/about, rant about
Used in smiles and comparisons to refer to an angry facial expression or tone of voice: “I am Brother Joachim,” he announced in a voice like thunder.”
Used to express anger, annoyance, or incredulity
Exclamation: thunder: “none of this did the remotest good,but, by thunder, it kept the union activists feeling good.”

www.lightningsafety.noaa.gov/tips.shtml
Lightning: What You Need to Know. NO PLACE outside is safe when thunderstorms are in the area!! If you hear thunder, lightning is close enough to strike you.Think happy thoughts!

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