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    Is it possible to harness the power of thunder?

    Can I capture the release of thunder's ions and plug them into my car and use it to power my 32" subwoofer?







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    Re: Is it possible to harness the power of thunder?

    Yes, weld an I beam to your roof and run some 0 gauge directly to your voice coil



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    Re: Is it possible to harness the power of thunder?

    Quote Originally Posted by T 2 View Post
    Yes, weld an I beam to your roof and run some 0 gauge directly to your voice coil
    How many runs of 0g do you think I'd need? My sub has triple 12" voice coils, btw.




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    Re: Is it possible to harness the power of thunder?

    Was this thread funny in your head?



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    Was this thread funny in your head?
    Yeah, kinda.




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    Re: Is it possible to harness the power of thunder?

    You understand the difference between thunder and lightning, right?




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    Re: Is it possible to harness the power of thunder?

    Quote Originally Posted by n8skow View Post
    You understand the difference between thunder and lightning, right?
    Lololol beat me by 2 mins. You read my mind. Haha



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    Re: Is it possible to harness the power of thunder?

    inb4 get yer arse back to the 'dome.





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