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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-11-2019, 12:06 PM Thread Starter
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I had never heard about it before. But it dang sure killed these people in Alabama.
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I've heard the story's about people illegally fishing by using one of the old magneto crank telephones.
Or tossing TNT into the water, but I never thought they were true.
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I had never heard about it before. But it dang sure killed these people in Alabama.
why do they need to get that many fish? thats sick killing that many and haveing them netted v ery selfish of them not giving the fish a chance and ruining it for other fisher folks
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video time 2:06
240 volts out of this portable one
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so it doesnt kill the human swimmer it stuns them and they cant move and they sink and drown a horrible death wonderfull
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ok wait arent those little fish Minnows getiing fried that voltage stuns the bigger fish the little Minnows i see floating~ on the surface are getting cooked .sad
we humans dont think how much damage were do to nature, if thiers a god hes not going to like this were in for a whipa*s by him soon

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I was working on a broke down generator years ago and the ground was still soaked from a recent rain.
But lightning struck struck the ground about a quarter mile away and it knocked the crap out of me even
being that far away from it.
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From my training in rescue service, it has been my understanding that it doesn't really take a lot of electric power to kill a person. A shock that one would easily shake off in most instances, would kill someone in water, since water is such an efficient conductor.

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ONAN used to say that one amp was the killer, that's the one where you can't let go and it hits your heart.
Anything higher burns you or knocks you away, still dead. But in water is a different story.
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We used to practice with chop sticks. Using one hand and standing on a rubber mud flap. Two hands it's going to goright through your heart.
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