Dedicated to

Dr. STANLEY SINGER

Within the LTPA category, Ball Lightning has a pre-eminent position, both historically, as well as in terms of the number of studies generated.

This is due to researchers who were able build up continued interested in the subject through publications, stimulating hypotheses and consequent research.


U.S. chemist and renowned scholar Stanley Singer has moved knowledge about this phenomena forward from the last century to today, thanks to more than forty years of writing, research and stimulus in comparison and discussion at scientific meetings.


We would like to thank Singer’s family, in particular his son Seymour, for their support for our initiative.

1925

2008

Singer, Stanley,

The unsolved problem of ball lightning.

Nature, Volume: 198, May, 25, 1963

1963

2004

Singer, Stanley,

Consideration of selected ball lightning models.

8th International Symposium on Ball Lightning (ISBL04), 2004