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posted by ElMaestro - Denmark, 2017-10-07 17:07  - Posting: # 17874
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Dear all,

for anyone interested in the setup please follow this link.

Around 0:42 into the educational journey you will see an early analog version of a cattle prod (actually back then the concenpt was only semi-developed so some may call it only a cat prod), and a few seconds later you will witness the natural consequence of the prod's encounter with it's intended biological target. I believe the reaction here amounts to only roughly 115 dB, arguably because of the relative lack of advanced settings and the choice of population.

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