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And bad management is endemic to certain cultures- namely, cultures that did not have the choice of learning good management or dying- i.e. Europe and Eastern Asia learned how to manage resources properly, but places like Africa didn't.
Trying to teach the management skills without replacing the inferior culture is a path that is doomed to failure because without that culture no relevant skills are maintained. And anyone of any race can join these cultures and learn these skills- look at black individuals in the UK and the US who have actually adopted the full culture and integrated- they're on par with the white populations.
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Nothing much. No reason to assume it will do something bad unless there is any evidence that it may.
The fun thing about this kind of stuff is we have no real way of telling. It's just a waiting game, seeing in a century from now how things like GMO foods truly affect the body and humans in general.
It's like a new drug on a market, it can cause a lot of weird side effects but they usually don't. You may have taken it for a week, but 5 years later you end up developing something that's characteristic to the drug's adverse reactions listed on the short term but you can't prove it. For lots of drugs your doctor will say in the short term there's no side effects. An example of this, although not a prescription drug, is like doing LSD once. A decade later, HPPD can be triggered and you only did it once. But it only takes that once for it to change something, and then something acts as a catalyst to push it into gear. Like taking an SSRI or SNRI or Tricyclic. Hell, for a large percentage of people they develop varying forms of palinopsia taking those listed previously yet it's not on their drug label because why? Go ahead and fucking prove it.
We can only predict with what we currently know, but that's the limit. It's a prediction, no absolute certainty.
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I'm under the impression a normal human body doesn't have metal pins or oozing holes in it. I'll give it to you though, as Electricians, we are supposed to assume the worst case scenario and proceed accordingly.
I also never did say that 100, 000 was the standard. I stated it was the optimal, perfect skin resistance, and used it accordingly.
As long as there is no path.... Current needs a path. You can have high voltage and no current.
Yes, more voltage does not always mean more current, depends on the path the electricity takes.
Shock is a thing that should, and is taken seriously in the workplace, especially on larger projects.
My entire point of this post was to point out that high current does not neccesary reflect a dangerous electrical system.
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