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due to the extremely high difference in voltage and the current? when electricity is applied to things, they often sizzle and burn (turn black and smoke)
tachyonblurb tachyonblurb 22-25, M 5 Answers May 7, 2012

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Maybe I already do. I cant wear a watch, they always seem to lose battery life after about a week on me

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Complete stupidity at last. Well done. This is the dumbest question I've seen. Find a lemming and tie yourself to it while wearing a blindfold and just go where it does.

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There are no stupid questions. Only stupid answers, such as yours.

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I know tachyonblurb, how rude!

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Unlikely. With no insulation, you wouldn't be able to build up much of a charge. It would be getting discharged constantly. You might have a slight tingle :)

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If you had one of those inside you then you would be dead. No feeling, no sizzle.

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