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 • Posted by: Eugenio
• Date: Thursday, June 24, 2004, at 1:49 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! ...Not Blasphemy (Peter Linn)

> I disagree. There are warnings on those sockets for a reason! They use 240
> volts at approximately 1.5 amps for 60 seconds to kill inmates in some
> states.

That is for only part of the killing cycle. The electricution cycle is: 1,825 volts at approximately 7.5 amps for 30 seconds, then 240 volts at approximately 1.5 amps for 60 seconds. A 5 second pause intervenes, and the cycle is repeated. It was designed to render the condemned brain dead within the first few moments. The function of the remainder of the cycle is to stop the body's organs so that a physician can certify that death has occurred. In normal executions, the penis is among the last organs to die.

> That is for sure, the penis would no longer work because the man would be

No, 250 volts can only work maybe if it was directed straight to the heart. The minimum for total body death is supposed to be 700-1000 volts at 6 amperes for one minute. At a minimum!

Saying that, though, 250 volts could cause localized swelling and bursting of an extremity body organ, so the penis would likely explode if receiving a utility plug socket current for long enough.

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