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Re: lightning advice

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Originally Posted by Stumble View Post
If you really want to know, get in touch with Dr. Uman at the University of Florida lightning research lab. ECE-UF Dr. Martin Uman

He is pretty much the expert in lightning protection engineering in the world from what I understand, though I have never dealt with him directly.
Do you have any specific information as it pertains to boats or sailing information other than general lightening protection which he is an expert on.

I dont need to read about the theory I undestand it. Specific data is what I am looking for.
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