It would definitely increase the current. It only takes 300mA across the heart to stop it.
Go on-board the Nissan GT-R LM NISMO as Harry Tincknell tests the LMP1 contender at Palm Beach International Raceway at night.
Great to hear another EE confess here to the vocation!
I was just trying to say that if it was in fact an electrical shock - that it was
If excessive sweat lowers the electrical resistance of the skin and something freaky happen could a low voltage shock increase enough to do damage?
That is Nucking Futs!!!!
Excuse me while I go clean out my underwear and take a Dramamine for motion sickness.
I think this discussion of lateral impacts makes the most sense, more so than any electrocution theory.