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From: "Dirk Bruere"
Subject: Re: High Voltage Power Source from Monitor Third Attempt
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 16:27:44 -0000
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> >> > > By the way 9mA is considered potentialy lethal.
> >> >
> >> > 9mA? I thought it was 20 to 50mA?
> >> >
> >> > Sheesh, seems the world is closing in on us every day!
> >> And I thought it was 90mA.
> > I thought it was wattage.
> >> As for the HV hurting I have used the HV from a tube to generate ions
> > a
> >> needle. When it flashed over to the other terminal the needle turned
> > hot
> >> and melted.
> > Now I'm wondering if we inject ourselves with goldparticles, lowering
> > electrical resistance, if we would be more schockproof etc.
> On the subject of injecting yourself with precious metals, do a google
> groups search on Y2K smurf, about the unfortunate effects it can have.
The effect of ingesting silver is pretty bizarre - it precipitates out in
the skin causing the person to turn blue-grey.
Apart from that it seems to have no side effects that I can determine.
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