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Man stuns scientists by conducting 20,000V

Posted on Tuesday, 14 June, 2011 | Comment icon 41 comments | News tip by: Still Waters

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Slavisa Pajkic has the remarkable ability to withstand high voltages without feeling a thing.

Known as "battery man" the 54-year-old is able to illuminate light bulbs and even cook sausages using nothing but the energy stored inside his own body. In 1983 he set a world record for having 20,000 volts pass through him. "When there is a sudden power failure, my folks do not have to worry. My house is always shining. I can be an insulator, conductor, accumulator and heater," he says.

"Human conductor Slavisa Pajkic has scientists scratching their heads because he can withstand high voltages without feeling a thing."

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Comment icon #32 Posted by Nenaraz on 5 December, 2013, 15:05
Ok, you do it and enter Guinness.
Comment icon #33 Posted by Kelevra on 5 December, 2013, 15:19
i have done it. as a kid we used to do something similar w/ my grandad's electric fence he used for his horses and shock the crap out of our friends by grabbing them then grabbing the fence. its the same principle.
Comment icon #34 Posted by Nenaraz on 5 December, 2013, 15:32
If you didn't notice, it's not the same principle since the guy is "charged" like a battery. As such, he can freely manipulate the output of the electricity.
Comment icon #35 Posted by Helen of Annoy on 5 December, 2013, 21:28
With a friend like you, who needs enemies? Edit: Forgot to comment the topic. As usual. So, that guy was a legend for a long time, even if there was some trick involved, it would be known by now and it would still be a little strange that he’s still alive. Because when you play with electric current so often you’re bound to zap yourself seriously, sooner or later. The fact that he’s still alive shows there’s something interesting about him.
Comment icon #36 Posted by Purifier on 6 December, 2013, 4:05
Some part inside his body has got to be cooked by now. Maybe his brain...which might have become a insulator.
Comment icon #37 Posted by Kelevra on 6 December, 2013, 4:23
Nothing in the videos suggests that he's Electro. he just seems to pass a current through him I just assumed he used a low amperage to be safe
Comment icon #38 Posted by Helen of Annoy on 6 December, 2013, 18:45
Probably goes with low amperage most of the time, he has a living to make, but did you notice he’s bald? No eyebrows? It’s far from typical phenotype in this part of the world. What that guy does burns hair. And skin. Why his skin (and internal organs except brain – no offence, Biba, you do look completely insane... signed: fellow lunatic.) ... where was I? Aha, why his skin is not crispy yet is puzzling, at least.
Comment icon #39 Posted by Kelevra on 6 December, 2013, 18:54
lots of aloe ?
Comment icon #40 Posted by Nenaraz on 8 December, 2013, 23:24
Electro? Comics, much? nobody claimed anything to that effect. It'd be wise to actually look up some information about biba before stating things "nothing much". The guy doesn't sweat. His DNA is like that. In fact, his father could do something similar if I recall correctly. Similar "weird" thing is the person who ate spoons, gillettes, forks, plates etc Anyway, a pic And, yes, his whole body is bold and he's without the sweat. Even in his mouth, a relatively small amount of sweat. Biba Struja opened a health ordination where he cures the acute headaches and ... [More]

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