You'd still be dead, tiff. Lightning striking the armor would superheat the air, causing the moisture filled interior to explode, pretty much.
If you didn't, you'd still get seriously burnt from your skin touching the metal.
nope, otherwise airplanes would've already blown up by getting struck by lightning.
all those electrical equipments, sensitive to even phone signals (myth), compared to a lightning strike? pfft.
on the contrary though, the lightning strike is actually very abrupt.
lightning strikes only lasts a couple of microseconds, the overall power delivered is actually much smaller.
in such that ohmic heating on the metal conductors barely registers the surge of lightning as destructive.
otherwise we'd see all those lightning protection systems burnt to a crisp every time a lightning strikes it.
on that note, getting struck by lightning either directly or indirectly, the actual death is actually from cardiac arrest and not by turning into a human charcoal.
One cheesy comment about a \m/etal house and here were are.
because its an interesting topic?