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The first recorded theory of thunder is attributed to the Greek philosopher Aristotle in the fourth century BC, and an early speculation was that it was caused by the collision of clouds. Subsequently, numerous other theories were proposed. By the mid-19th century, the accepted theory was that lightning produced a vacuum. Thunder must begin with a shock wave in the air due to the sudden thermal expansion of the plasma in the lightning channel. (incorrect)
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