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plane struck by lightning on take off

claude's video ( http://muchosucko.com/79291/Learning-To-Fly ) made me remember about planes getting hit by lightning. This one is pretty cool

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by drumrave

submitted August 19th 2011

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0:35 if you're impatient
6 years ago
Thank you!
6 years ago
What the fuck is with the plane videos..

i'm never leaving my state, F U all
6 years ago
good thing I live in the center of the world. \m/
6 years ago
You're done talking to yourself? On the Internet?
6 years ago
You done replying to something that was said 12 hours ago?
6 years ago
so what happens once a plane is struck? is there anykind of malfunction withthe controls? does it pass harmlessly through to the ground?
6 years ago
It's sent back to the old west and turns into a locamotive that runs on fusion power
6 years ago
What the fuck tool hahahaha

Morph planes are designed to handle lightning strikes, the computers and whatnot are insulated from them and as you can see the bolt enters at the nose and jets out the ass into the ground. In other words, nothing happens but a nice loud scary as fuck bang and flash in the cabin.
6 years ago
that locomotive was steam powered btw ;/
6 years ago
that may be the best comment toolman has made on this site.... ever....
first pudding posting something not about an ex that was good.. now this...
wtf is going on here
6 years ago
Technically, Yak, the original locomotive was steam powered-required only to propel the DeLorean to 88 mph over the canyon. The "train" at the end however had been converted to fusion..
6 years ago
it was my least favorite back to the future :(
6 years ago
I literally just got off the roof watching my girlfriend take off, and came back to this
6 years ago
*cock
*boyfriend
6 years ago
@TB..what kinda wingspan your gf got?
6 years ago
The way Alec interprets it makes alot more sense. I lol'd
6 years ago
As an old machinist and later engineer, planes are made to absorb this. It happens ALL the time, but they just aren't all filmed. Kind of hard to catch at 36,000 feet over Kansas. LOL
4 years ago
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