maggiekb — 2014-07-04T10:10:13-04:00 — #1
pixleshifter — 2014-07-04T12:38:59-04:00 — #2
As he's using an arc welder, wouldn't these be more like flux-fulgurites?
zoic — 2014-07-04T13:02:38-04:00 — #3
I was a summer camp director who was also a volunteer firefighter. At the scene of a lightning-lit forest fire I found a whole bunch of fulgurites in a sandy driveway. We cleaned off a bunch of them (the longest was 14" or so and had about a dozen branches) and took them back to camp.
I sure hope they are still in the nature building.
obeymybrain — 2014-07-04T17:59:29-04:00 — #4
So they kinda look like what I pull from my cat's litter box. Doing a GIS they look much nicer with branching
clayton_s_fletc — 2014-07-05T06:19:04-04:00 — #5
I wonder if there's a technological application for fulgerite, as in perhaps some kinda fiber optics? What are its uses now? What can be made out of the stuff?
davide405 — 2014-07-05T10:29:23-04:00 — #6
Or, you could follow Mr. Munroe's recipe.
maggiekb — 2014-07-09T10:10:13-04:00 — #7
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