why does lightning come from the ground and air both?



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    Lightning is a static charge built up from the particles in clouds rubbing against each other. This is eventually discharged to other clouds in the sky or to the ground; generally to a taller object which provides a more direct path for the static to travel to the ground and be discharged. 

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