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UFO mystery solved? Weird 'ball lightning' phenomenon could explain origin of ghostly lights in the sky

17:09, 24 JUN 2016 UPDATED 18:55, 24 JUN 2016

BY THEODORE WILSON

New "ball lightning" theory sheds light on strange properties of glowing spheres that are often mistaken for UFOs, claims scientist

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Seen strange lights in the sky or in your living room?

The rare atmospheric phenomenon known as "ball lightning" is often used to explain away UFO sightings.

Ball lightning appears as mysterious floating, luminous spheres - often during lightning storms.

Now a Chinese scientist has come up with a new theory that could solve the riddle of how ball lightning actually forms, and why it has some STRANGE ghostly properties, like the ability to float through walls.

Other theories exist, but the paper's authors say their theory "successfully explains many properties of ball lightning".

Rather than being related to alien UFOs, they claim that ball lightning is formed when lightning strikes generate a "plasma bubble".

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Shiny 'UFO' spotted observing giant lightning storm before disappearing inside cloud The researcher, H.C. Wu, writes that, as a lightning bolt reaches the ground, it accelerates electrons close to the speed of light, causing them to release intense microwave radiation.

This radiation charges the air, causing a "spherical plasma bubble" to form, trapping the radiation.

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Incredible video of lightning storm recorded at 7,000 frames per second shows nature in slow motion There at least 5,000 recorded probable sightings of ball lightning. Witnesses report seeing the strange luminous balls suddenly appearing, often during storms.

The balls of light sometimes radiate sparks and can move erratically. They are also often reported to emit a strange, unpleasant odour.

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The balls can be pea-sized or even metres in diameter and can dissipate gradually, or even explode loudly, sometimes causing damage.

More weirdly, some accounts describe the balls passing through wood, glass and metal as if they weren't even there.

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Light fluctuations on nearby dwarf planet 'evidence of alien colonies' claim conspiracy theorists Wu states that the new theory could explain ball lightning's ability to pass through metal, and that "ball lightning can be formed even inside aircraft".

When lightning strikes a plane, the electrons are moving so fast that they are able to pass through the skin of the aircraft and generate a plasma bubble inside.

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The theory accounts for many of ball lightning's weird properties, including its sound, motion and destructive properties.

Wu can even explain why ball lighting has its characteristic smell. This is due to radiation that produces certain ionized chemicals with acrid smells.

Wu admits that the theory needs to be validated by experiments, but also warns that ball lightning is "an alarm signal of the existence of ultrastrong microwaves and abundantly hazardous electrons near the ground or aircraft." So beware!

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