Electricity in the body
By Zack and Kelly
Questions about electricity in the body
What is electricity in the body used for?
Electricity in the body is used for almost the entire body. Your muscles use it, your brain uses it, and pretty much anything else.
How does electricity travel through the whole body?
Electricity travels through the body using nerves.
How does the body produce the electricity for the brain?
The switch between one type of charge and the other allows electrons to flow from one atom to another. This flow of electrons, or a negative charge, is what we call electricity. Since our bodies are huge masses of atoms, we can generate electricity
How are memories accessed?
Do we have breakers in our body?
Not really it is almost more of an emergency shut off switch.
Am I safe to move?
Of course! as long as you careful about open wires and water. Yes, there is a little bit of static electricity that builds up, but it's not enough to kill you.
What causes the electricity in the body to mess up?
An excess of electricity can force the brain and other organs in order to shut down.
Can electricity in a human body mess up other things?
Yes, Some people have such an excess of electricity that they can actually ruin headphones in only a month.
Can electricity in our bodies harm other people?
No, the electricity in our body is such low voltage that it won't even be noticed.
Why does it seem like electricity targets us?
Most of the time it's not targeting us, it's just that our body is normally the quickest route to the ground.
What is the bodies resistance?