Which material has the highest-breakdown voltage and ohms?

Hi:
Which material has the highest breakdown voltage and electrical resistance?
Can this material block the flow of lightning's megavolts?
Does a material with more ohms necessarily have a higher breakdown voltage than a material with fewer ohms?
How about the converse? Does a material with a higher breakdown voltage necessarily have more ohms than a material with a lower breakdown voltage?
Thanks,
Radium
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Radium wrote:

Shitanium Illudium Phosdexate prepared as an incommensruate modulated crystal lattice has a normalized specific dearcation index of 1.61803. That is the highest normalized specific index there is - by almost 62% relative.
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ROFL - the best answer I've read yet. :-)
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What, the shaving cream atom?
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In sci.physics.relativity, Uncle Al
wrote on Thu, 17 May 2007 07:23:12 -0700

And it can be used to blow up the Earth, in case it obstructs anyone's view of Venus.
:-)
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