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Does this claim have any scientific basis at all?
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The numbers may not be right, but the tendency is.
The fact that men are more likely to be struck by lightning than women is backed up by several scientific studies. NASA backs this up but says that it is four times as many men as women. NOAA has a very detailed breakdown of lightning strikes:
In summary, males are killed 4.6 times as often as females, and are 5.3 times as likely as females to be injured.
All of these figures are for the US, of course.
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