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Old 07-17-2012, 09:46 PM
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Default Re: Any thoughts on electrically ground a tall stove-pipe (and support pole)?

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Do you actually get lightning strikes in Seattle ?

I must be like 1:10,0000,000

Maybe what you need is a tinfoil hat for when you are cooking.
Thunder is infrequent enough that people really sit up and notice it. In all honesty, this thing will never be hit by lightening, what with the nearby tall trees and the rarity of lightening...but of course I have to take it seriously.
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