Thursday, June 17, 2010

Hypothetically speaking...Can you get electrocuted if you were holding a hair dryer while standing o

frozen pond? If not, why is that?



Hypothetically speaking...Can you get electrocuted if you were holding a hair dryer while standing on a...?

NOOOOOOOOOOOO.



Boy, you must have a loooooooooooooooooong electric cord! or Is you bathroom on top of the frozen pond?



That is what is so nice with hypotheticals.



Seriously. frozen ice is not pure ice which means there are dissolves salts or charged particles. These charged particles is what makes the current flow. Thus, Yesssssssssss.



And don't even try.



Now, PURE water will not conduct electricity.



Hypothetically speaking...Can you get electrocuted if you were holding a hair dryer while standing on a...?

Because the pond is now a solid, not a liquid. But feel free to try it an dlet us know how it goes.



Hypothetically speaking...Can you get electrocuted if you were holding a hair dryer while standing on a...?

Holding a hairdryer and standing on a lake doesn't protect you from electricution or improperly worded questions.



Hypothetically speaking...Can you get electrocuted if you were holding a hair dryer while standing on a...?

No



Hypothetically speaking...Can you get electrocuted if you were holding a hair dryer while standing on a...?

I always wear rubber boots when drying my hair out in the middle of the pond.



You can never be too safe.



Hypothetically speaking...Can you get electrocuted if you were holding a hair dryer while standing on a...?

Well, the hot air from the hair dryer will melt the ice and you'll plunge into the icy water. When the electric hairdryer hits the water, you'll be electrocuted, as well as dying of hypothermia.

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