Lightning supposedly does not strike twice, but once is too much for the more than 100 humans and thousands of animals that die each year from lightning bolts. University of Wisconsin-Madison electrical engineer Theodore Bernstein told scientists gathered at the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference recently how electricity affects living things.
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Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 9
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