was at lowes yesterday looking at copper pipe for antenna use . a guy that does electrical work said not to use copper for an antenna because it attracts lighting much more than aluminum because its much more electrically conductive . he said thats why copper is used for ground rods and lightning rods and ground wires . now i know most wire antenas are copper and folks dont complain about lightning hitting them . BUT . when i think about how folks always say the antron 99 and imax2k attract a lot of lightning what he said does make sense because they are copper antennas (copper wire inside the fiberglass rods) . ive also read of folks suggesting that the fiberglass collects a static charge and thats what causes static and lightning strikes . so was this guy onto something ?