Last Wednesday I had a live video on my Facebook and Twitter. If you missed it, you can watch the time-lapse above this blog or go to my Facebook (link) to watch the whole two-hour live video.
During this live video I looked at weather maps of the Netherlands that displayed the lightning strikes that happened between the period of 2004 and 2008. In total I looked and compared 4 places on 500 different lightning maps. The places that I looked at in particular where Breda, Eindhoven, Amsterdam and Groningen.
The result of my research concluded that during the period of 2004 and 2008 those 4 places had a very different lightning ratio. During those 1.461 days there where over 500 days where there where more than 10 lightning strikes in the Netherlands.
The results per city where as followed:
- Breda: ±120 days
- Eindhoven: ±74 days
- Amsterdam: ±58 days
- Groningen: ±35 days
These differences are very big and to make my hypothesis more convincing, I’m going to test the amount of positive and negative particles in the air in those different places. I will be starting in Breda and hope to expand to different cities very soon.
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