Our home sits on a dirt-poor farm in the middle of nowhere. Our power comes from a coal-fired power plant. Our food comes from a local grocery store. Our water comes from a well we pump. Our trash is collected from a city dump. Our clothes are washed from a local laundromat. Even our appliances come from a shop in town. This is not a perfect location to live. But it is ours, and we are happy to live here.
But electricity isn’t exactly the most comfortable thing to live in. In fact, living without electricity most likely will make your life miserable from hell. There are people who live without electricity because they believe it is a sign of mental illness. I once read a blog about a guy who lived without electricity for 20 years only to lose his mind over it. I don’t know what happened, but suddenly he had a mental breakdown and couldn’t function for months.
Electricity isn’t just bad for your energy, it can also be downright dangerous. In fact, there are many examples of people who have died from electrical shock. According to a 2009 study, in the United States there were about 22,000 deaths from electrical shock, the vast majority (about 80%) were due to electrocution.
Electric shock is a result of electricity moving through the body when it is connected to an external wire. When the voltage is too high, the body can overheat and the electrical current is too strong to be stopped by the body’s natural protective mechanism. Most people die from electricity when it is too high, often in the form of electrocution, not electrical shock.
Electric shock, or shock, most commonly refers to a person who is accidentally shocked (such as by an electric shock) or intentionally shocked (such as by an electric shock machine). In the United States, electrocution was the leading cause of death for all ages, accounting for more than half of all deaths before the age of 65.
While most of the death due to electrocution is due to the victim’s being shocked directly, a small minority of deaths can be caused by a person’s body reacting to a shock. This is one of the most dangerous forms of electrocution, and a person with a heart attack, epilepsy, or stroke is often susceptible to this type of electrocution.
This is why those of us in the medical field call it the “sup”. To fully appreciate the danger of a person’s heart being instantly extinguished, simply imagine you are on a table with a light bulb. It’s the equivalent of taking a shock directly to your heart. The shock itself is not dangerous but rather the electricity that is sent through and through your heart. This is like a direct electric shock, but you’re not directly striking your heart and instead your heart is being shocked.
Although the danger of electrocution has been brought to our attention, the danger of a direct electric shock to your heart has not. The electric current is so strong the shock to the heart can be so intense that it could cause your heart to stop. The risk of death from heart stoppage in a direct electric shock is extremely small, but once it happens there is no recovery.
Deathloop is the first game to offer a direct electric shock to the heart. The danger of electrocution is also extremely small in Deathloop because the electric current is so strong, it actually can cause a heart block.
The risk of death from electrocution in the game is also extremely small because the electric current is so strong. In Deathloop, you simply touch an area of the map with your finger and then wait for a heartbeat. When it happens, you immediately fall back.