who will die first when electrified??!!

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  1. moonlight

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    who will die first when electrified???
    man or woman
    if current of 9A
    10A
    50A
    70mA
    100mA is passed through human body??/
    and why?????????
    anyone know??
    anyone??????!!!!
     
  2. jpanhalt

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    I can't resist. Why do you want to know and what difference will it make?

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  3. beenthere

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    why is it significant to have the big jump from 50 amps to 70 milliamps?

    All these levels of current are lethal in the body.
     
  4. Dave

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    In terms of gender, this is more circumstantial that the information presented in the OP. Ultimately, the current levels described are, as beenthere says, lethal (even down at 70mA). So the question is a red herring.

    Typically, all things being equal, it takes more current to "kill" a man.

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  5. mik3

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    It depends if the current is DC or AC. Also, in the case of AC frequency matters.
     
  6. jpanhalt

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    Having given it more thought, there is not enough information to answer all of the OP's questions. Based on what there is, here is the best answer I can propose.

    Woman are generally more easily killed by electricity. However, the man is often the first victim. For example, women under the age of 50 - depending on the time of the month - are known to explode and kill a man with even a small stimulus, much less an electric spark. Older women have variable response depending in part on how much plastic and silicone they contain.

    Some women transform into vampires and are not affected by electric shock. They require a wooden stake through their heart. Others become zombies and simply can't be killed. Nancy Pelosi is a well know example of such transformation.

    I hope this helps. My advice is don't shock a woman. The results are always unpredictable and may lead to your own sudden death.

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  7. Dave

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    With this question being asked in Off-Topic, I wonder if that is the answer the OP was seeking! :D

    Dave
     
  8. moonlight

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    hahahahahahhahahahaaha u r soo funny reall cute
    i want scientific answer
    ok thank u all for replying
    i'm just curious to know
    who will die first because i have an evil task to kill man and woman
    and wanna know before doing it hahahahaha just kiding
    ook AC current 50 Hz
    i know they all lethal but who will die first
    anyone have scientific answer
     
  9. moonlight

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    and i didnt but it in off-topics management did
     
  10. Dave

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    You better had be kidding.

    As a thought exercise I would say...

    Physiological studies indicate that current flow in the human body tends to concentrate itself more in muscle. Men, typically, have more muscle mass than women for a given body size, hence the current tends to be better distributed around the body leading to lower current densities in local regions of the body, including critical organs such as he heart, which may lead to death. Therefore it takes more current to affect a man and in a given set of circumstances death would come to the woman first, notwithstanding the fact we ignore other factors.

    Morbid subject.

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  11. beenthere

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    Ho ho ho - I am the party that moved the post to this area.

    Ha ha ha - we may or may not be giving correct information.

    Snicker - none of this is even remotely "scientific".

    Giggle - we can't stop evil deeds, but we certainly do not have to help them.
     
  12. Dave

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  13. Dave

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    Agreed. As scientific an answer has been given, I think that is as far as such a morbid subject should go.

    Dave
     
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