Does copper meditation pyramid attracting lightning strikes?

Is it safe?

Thank you!

closed as off-topic by arkaia, Fred, Jan Doggen, daniel.neumann, Spencer Nov 9 at 0:25

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  • You are asking about something like this? (I figure quite a few of us aren't familiar with them, so helps people have a good basis for anyone to answer the question) – JeopardyTempest Nov 8 at 5:03
  • if it is placed at an elevated area or is electrically grounded it might function as a lightening rod.you need to give more information about where you are setting this up and about the surounding area(the shape of your contraption is not important when it comes to lightening strikes). – trond hansen Nov 8 at 5:57
  • Not sure why the question was closed, it's related to the impacts of lightning which is very much Earth Science. Admittedly the object you're asking about isn't in the Earth Science realm, but feel like questions regarding impacts fit. – JeopardyTempest Nov 9 at 6:17
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    JeopardyTempest - I would say "please ask if anything is unclear".if you ask a question it makes you look stupid for 5 minutes – but if you don't ask – you stay stupid for fifty years, so always ask questions in your life – casper lee Nov 9 at 14:51

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