If you’ve never at any point in your life imagined having a superpower, you’re probably that one boring kid from my class that thought tests were the only fun thing in the world.
In fact, most people would be willing to go to great lengths if it guaranteed them a chance to fly, read minds, or shoot fireballs. So how about turning into the freaking god of thunder?
Well, that’s not exactly what happened here, but it’s pretty cool (and terrifying) nonetheless. The channel, named kreosan, dabbles in experiments with microwaves, electricity, and general tinkering. This time around, the creator was attempting to give his friend “superpowers” by electrocuting him with one million volts.
First and foremost guys, this stuff is incredibly dangerous, so please do not try it at home. That being said, the awkward dubbing indicates the guys took some precautions, in the form of a homemade liquid resistor and a tin foil suit.
Either way, they manage to charge up the insane volunteer without turning him into a extra crispy side of bade idea, and that’s when the magic happens. You can see his hair slowly moving to stand on end, and even current arcing between his outstretched finger and nearby conductors. You can even see the electrostatic force he’s generating pushing a balloon away from him, at least until his buddy discharges him by smacking him.
A cool ability to mess around with? Sure. Worth risking your life over if you don’t know the safety protocol? Absolutely effin not. Stick to looking for radioactive spiders guys.