posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 09:33 PM
I accidentally shocked myself and noticed something (oh, and don't try this intentionally). If I hold onto the prongs with my right hand and insert
the plug into the socket it hurts.....a whole lot. Muscles get tense, stings, needles and so forth. But if I do it with my left hand (same voltage,
socket, etc.) It doesn't hurt at all, it almost feels good. I can feel it's potency but at the same time it doesn't hurt. I can move it up to my
shoulder and back down useing will power. If someone touches me within about 5 seconds on that arm they get shocked.
Now obviously creating electricity is not possible. But does anyone have any ideas about how I could go about debunking this? or what it is? I also
read an article about a man back in the Vietnam war who could do the same thing.