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Fast As Lightning App



As you go along you'll need to beef up your cars with upgrades in order to be fast enough to win races. As per usual this requires in-game coins, which are earned through racing, and even more through Cars: Fast as Lighting's other gaming element - the city builder.




Fast As Lightning App



You've seen the movies and now it's time to fasten your seat belts and prepare for some high octane Cars in this fast and furiously fun game for iPhone and iPad, brought to you by the world-class developers over at Gameloft.


As you can see, IVPN is as fast as greased lightning, regardless of the protocol used. At a base speed of just over 100Mbps unprotected, I lost only about 20% on the connection to the States, which is phenomenal. It was just as fast as the connection to Israel, which is just a few hundred miles away. The reading to the U.K. was a little disappointing, but it was still a good result, as was Japan, which is usually a dud.


Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela is the place on Earth that receives the most lightning strikes. Massive thunderstorms occur on 140-160 nights per year with an average of 28 lightning strikes per minute lasting up to 10 hours at a time.


Recent research from the Met Office revealed that helicopters can cause an isolated lightning strike. While flying, the helicopter acquires a negative charge, so if it flies close to an area that is positively charged (e.g. hail or a positively charged part of a cumulonimbus cloud) it can trigger a lightning strike.


Although much of this process is done by bacteria and algae, the extreme heat of a lightning strike causes nitrogen to bond with oxygen to create nitrogen oxides which combine with moisture in the air to fall as rain and water plants with nitrate-rich water.


While the intensity of a lightning strike can make them appear as thick bolts across the sky, the actual width of a lightning bolt is only about 2-3 cm. The average length of a lightning bolt is about 2-3 miles.


When an eruption occurs, earth and ash are thrown into the air in a giant plume, colliding to create an electrical charge. In the same way as normal lightning, the imbalance between the plume's electrical charge and the charge in the atmosphere leads to lightning strikes.


To tell how far away a thunderstorm is, simply count the number of seconds between the flash of lightning and the boom of thunder that follows. Divide this number by five and this tells you how many miles away you are from the storm (or divide by three for the distance in kilometres).


Race and play as popular Cars characters with fast nitro-charged, turbo-boosted racing! Then build your own Radiator Springs, home of Lightning and his buddies! This is your time to shine and be as fast as Lightning!


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