1. Originally Posted by PETERBANJO

Trust me 500 is enough to kill you
You are just so stupid!

you know those electricity balls?
those got at least 50,000 volts, but they don't kill you do they...

I just looked it up it 100mA (0.1 amps)
yea thats what I mean, but to be 100% sure 1 amp is 100% fatal death

2. I just noticed a hole in my finger.

3. Originally Posted by XiTiXx

You are just so stupid!

you know those electricity balls?
those got at least 50,000 volts, but they don't kill you do they...
Look my upper post 1,000,000,000 volts can't kill you... amps can

4. Originally Posted by XiTiXx

You are just so stupid!

you know those electricity balls?
those got at least 50,000 volts, but they don't kill you do they...
Voltage just pushes the current through you, the higher the voltage the easier the path through your body ...

I guess that he doesn't know the difference between volt / ampere

5. Originally Posted by HeXel
Voltage just pushes the current through you, the higher the voltage the easier the path through your body ...

I guess that he doesn't know the difference between volt / ampere
read what I posted above, 0.1 amps is enough >.>

6. 50,000 VOLTS WILL NOT KILL YOU.

Would 50,000 volts kill you? | ChaCha Answers

ChaCha says so

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8. To all: read this: Electric shock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It's not as simple as a number of volts or amperes. Amperes and voltage determine the extent of the electrical shock damage in different ways.

9. Originally Posted by XiTiXx

read what I posted above, 0.1 amps is enough >.>
You're wrong. I've stated before that 50mA = 0.05 A is enough to stop your heart.

10. You keep continuing arguing about volts vs amps.
But I'm gonna go now for real

11. Originally Posted by Huffer
To all: read this: Electric shock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It's not as simple as a number of volts or amperes. Amperes and voltage determine the extent of the electrical shock damage in different ways.
Ofc, your body has it own resistance ( that we meter in Ohm ).

12. Originally Posted by HeXel
Ofc, your body has it own resistance ( that we meter in Ohm ).
If you read that, it's a whole lot more complex than you would think. All sorts of random stuff goes into how damaging an electrical shock is.

13. Originally Posted by Huffer

If you read that, it's a whole lot more complex than you would think. All sorts of random stuff goes into how damaging an electrical shock is.
It's all about the resistance that your body offers to the electricity because a 9V battery has enough amps to kill you under the right conditions.

Duration, current, voltage and the place where the charge happends will influciate the damages.

14. no shit sherlock

15. Originally Posted by Jailbroken671
no shit sherlock
I actually believed some of the things.

16. LOL 250V???