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India’s ‘electric man’ baffles scientists by letting 11,000 volts pass through him

By Reuters
07 February 2019   |   11:37 am
This 42-year-old man is dubbed as the "human conductor of electricity" in northern India for his ability to withstand 11,000 volts passing through his body.

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