For those who might not know, the particularly mentioned occurrence that usually happens on a train track is called a ‘ball lightning’ and usually appears right after heavy rain. ‘Ball lightning’ is actually an unexplained phenomenon that could be described as luminescent, spherical objects that vary from pea-sized to several meters in diameter. The observed phenomenon is indeed reported to last considerably longer than the split-second flash of a lightning bolt.
Based on the recently posted video that went viral on the TikTok app, it can be seen that ball lightning passing over a train track. The man in the video stated that he had to use that road on his way to the shop and he suddenly bumped into that occurrence. According to research, many scientists have proposed a number of hypotheses that could help to explain reports of ball lightning over the centuries, but scientific data on ball lightning remains scarce.
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Ball lightning is the result of a ground strike that creates a reaction between oxygen and also vaporized elements from the soil itself. This is ionized air. Ball lightning can be deadly. At least one study has theorized that about half of all ball lightning sightings are hallucinations caused by the magnetic fields during storms. That is so dangerous.
It normally lasts only a few seconds, usually moving about and then vanishing suddenly, either silently or it could even vanish explosively. Ball lightning has been reported to cause damage by burning or melting. Best to stay away.
Sources: TikTok pangiranbard83.