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Re: 9v Battery for 8N

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11-11-2012 14:01:33

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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeRichard, you should really stop over stating that millionith of an amp thing or at least qualify is as being applied by electrodes inserted into the brain. I told you all the right values before, copy and paste & tape to your computer screen! :roll:

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11-11-2012 15:14:41

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 Re: 9v Battery for 8N in reply to JMOR, 11-11-2012 14:01:33  
Don't shoot the messenger. That is as per the U.S. NAVY electronics school and no not at the brain but at the heart. and and yes the number is still 1 millionth amp and if you have that and enough volts to push it all you have to do is grab a live wire in each hand and your dead meat and I will NEVER stop saying 1 millionth because to do so is to make sure some one does get hurt

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11-11-2012 17:39:48

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 Re: 9v Battery for 8N in reply to old, 11-11-2012 15:14:41  
Okay, if I attach a long heavy cable to my 6v 650CCA or such tractor battery and trim the shielding off the other end to fit my hand.........then attach a long heavy cable to the starter solenoid and trim the shielding off the other end to fit may hand.............

Then have someone turn on the ignition switch as I hold the naked cable ends - one in each hand...

will there be more than enough amps passing thru my body to guarantee that body burial will follow?

Ouch, fellers, this IS getting scary.

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11-12-2012 07:42:49

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 Re: 9v Battery for 8N in reply to equeen, 11-11-2012 17:39:48  
As with any thing to do with electricity there is a lot of theory and due to that many many many factors come into do the same thing you did today and it kills you. lay as to what will kill one person and then the next does the same thing and not get hurt. The condition of a persons heart and other such things come into play as to what may or may not kill you today but then tomorrow you goof and so the reason I say what I do is because in theory a car/truck/tractor battery could kill you will it not likely unless conditions are just right and one never knows when that condition is right or wrong so why take the chance.
By the way I spent years working on electrical stuff and have been shocked many many times and I am still alive but I have been lucky

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11-11-2012 14:06:49

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 Re: 9v Battery for 8N in reply to JMOR, 11-11-2012 14:01:33  
Old was just trying to skeer me - or see if I was as dumb as I look and act at times.

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11-11-2012 14:57:21

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 Re: 9v Battery for 8N in reply to equeen, 11-11-2012 14:06:49  
Go out and try to start a tractor with a 9 volt smoke alarm battery.Buncha nuts.

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11-11-2012 15:07:44

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 Re: 9v Battery for 8N in reply to 36 coupe, 11-11-2012 14:57:21  
May I borrow yer mirror? You've looked at yerself long enough. Yer eyes are gonna grow cross-eyed staring at yerself like that.

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