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Have you ever been (strongly) electrocuted and how has it affected you?

YES, and I/we have NOT had strange experiences with electronics and power surges.
1
9%
NO, and I/we have NOT had strange experiences with electronics and power surges
5
45%
YES, and I/we HAVE had strange experiences with electronics and power surges.
1
9%
NO, and I/we HAVE had strange experiences with electronics and power surges
4
36%
 
Total votes : 11

Electrocution

Postby quicksilver » Sat Jul 31, 2010 12:17 am

Ok, so this may seem extremely random, but here it is.

I've been doing research on brain-wave patterns and EEG and all that lately. And some of the topics that have cropped up here recently have aroused my curiosity... so just bear with me here.

My hypothesis is that people who have been severely electrocuted may experiences wave/pattern changes.
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Re: Electrocution

Postby cocoanutmonkey » Sat Jul 31, 2010 2:02 am

Umm... #2 for me. Unless touching a live clock wire counts, I've never been electrocuted. And no experiences with electricity either, unless you count constantly being shocked when you touch those darn car doors and dryers. grr..
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Re: Electrocution

Postby quicksilver » Sat Jul 31, 2010 2:07 am

Haha, true.

At 16, I was electrocuted by a smoke alarm hard-wired (no batteries) into the house. I blacked out pretty badly and when I came to, my fingers were all bleeding.
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Re: Electrocution

Postby Mr. Bates » Sat Jul 31, 2010 6:03 am

Ummm, okayyyy? Slightly weird topic :P

I've been zapped, shocked, buzzed, and such but nothing severe.
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Re: Electrocution

Postby Collingwood » Sat Jul 31, 2010 6:39 am

Not that weird of a topic.

I haven't been electrocuted and I haven't affected electronics that I know of.
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Re: Electrocution *TRIGGERING*

Postby manyfacesofus » Sun Aug 01, 2010 1:27 am

This is prabably, well, no it is TRIGGERING!!! Yes, we have. I had a metal rod put into the rectum and electrocuted, and Andrew had metal clips attached to the nipples and electrocuted. Andrew has been having jolts run through the body since he started having flashback a few months ago. No one else feels these except Andrew. And I don't really think I would want to feel it!!

As far as I know, we have not been effected any other way with electricity.

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Re: Electrocution

Postby watching&waiting » Sun Aug 01, 2010 10:59 pm

I've shocked myself mutiple times on a horse fence (mild current. no burns or anything, but i could feel the exit on my other arm which was fun (i'm a freak))
but nothing significant
never had.. i don't think. i get weird feelings sometimes when we switch but i dont think so.
but still, brains are intersting things :P
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Re: Electrocution

Postby gwilly » Mon Aug 02, 2010 7:17 am

When I was younger I got electrocuted by an arc (luckily not direct contact because it most likely would have killed me) at a house where a power meter had been taken out of the socket and left on the ground... I don't know why but I picked it up and tried to plug it back in and it was like an explosion went off, it was all BAZANG! and I just saw white and the next thing I knew I was picking myself up off the ground.

Luckily I was only holding the glass enclosure and didn't complete the circuit with my hands so I probably only caught the arc and got knocked away which broke the circuit contact...

At first I voted no but I remembered this event after I voted.
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Re: Electrocution

Postby mosaicmonkey » Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:14 am

Not sure if we have been electrocuted, not severely as far as I know, but if we touch anything metal, e.g. the car door we spark. Often spark other people too if they touch us. Really weird

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