A massive ship that cruises the vast oceans creating intense lightning storms might sound like something out of a particularly cool Dungeons & Dragons campaign, but recent research into the effects of cargo ship exhaust on sea lightning shows that it’s not a fantastical idea at all. It is, however, particularly uncool for the environment.
According to a story in Science, a study published in Geophysical Research Letters has shown that major oceanic shipping lanes can experience twice the amount of lightning strikes compared with surrounding waters.
Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line on Saturday redirected ships to the island to pick up stranded travelers and drop relief supplies.
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