First of all, I'm sorry if this is posted in the wrong sub-topic but I didn't know which would be correct. Anyway, so we're having this horrible lightning storm here at my house, and it got me thinking about the power that a lightning strike contains. Would it be feasible to have a lightning rod that runs to a container of water underground. When the lightning rod would be struck, the heat would transfer into the water, hopefully producing steam which can then drive a turbine. Hell, maybe I'm just not understanding my E&M class, but it may be possible?