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2003\04\27@123247 by Benjamin Bromilow

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A low resistance fluid (eg copper grease) might get enough current going
through it to heat up and possibly ignite. Carbon would make nice arc
rods... I think the voltage itself wouldn't cause a problem to the tissues,
more the response of the fluid to the potential current flow....

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2003\04\27@182810 by John Ferrell

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There was an [OT] post a while back that included some stats on the number
of people killed annually
testing 9 volt dry cels with their mouths... it was more than one!


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2003\04\27@222103 by Wagner Lipnharski

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John Ferrell wrote:
> There was an [OT] post a while back that included some stats on the
> number of people killed annually
> testing 9 volt dry cels with their mouths... it was more than one!

...by accident those guys just swallow the battery and suffocate?
Test the 9V battery with the tongue... hmmm.
I wonder how they test if the car's exhaust pipe is ok.

Remembering Darwin;
The Survival of the Fittest (and smart).

The fact that a 9V battery fits into one's mouth, it doesn't mean it must.

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