The antics of an unstable person with access to high voltage are both mesmerizing and terrifying.
Take a moment and prepare yourself. The videos you're about to see can be very unsettling. Frankly, I'm not even sure I should be sharing this individual's antics with the public, but, hey, maybe people can live vicariously through him and not hurt themselves.
Meet Photonicinduction (real name unknown). This crazy person does experiments with high voltage and with reckless abandon. Though a million things may go through your head as you watch some of these videos, if you're like me, you'll keep coming back to this one.
"He's going to do that... on carpet?"
You'll have to click the links in the following image captions to see the videos, because embedding has been disabled.
Yes, that is a red-hot wrench... on a carpeted floor.
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In this video, our intrepid engineer gathers up miscellaneous bits of metal and passes more juice through them than any sane person would. He's testing out a new fuse rated at 5,000 amps (or something to that effect). Frankly, I sat mesmerized through the entire video without picking up on his goal, whatever it was -- aside from destruction.
A screwdriver handle failing to stop a 100,000-volt arc.
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Of course, safety is always on his mind. In this video, he demonstrates a few different results of bringing screwdrivers into contact with his toys. The screwdriver in the image above actually performed admirably. It held back the danger until he pushed beyond 100,000 volts.
At this point, you're probably trying to decide if you want to see more. You do. You know it, and I know it. Just click to the next page, and get it over with.