Re[2]: Safety FAQ (Electrical Hazards)

     Some of my demonstrations / tricks are on a www page run by Bill 
     Beatty. If you do  a search for "Tesla" on a web browser you should 
     find it. These were done using my small coil. If you haven't got 
     access to www let me know and I'll dig out the original file.  The 
     usual disclaimers apply.



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Subject: Re: Safety FAQ (Electrical Hazards)
Author:  tesla-at-pupman-dot-com at internet
Date:    7/11/96 7:24 AM

>From jpeters-at-enterprise.powerup-dot-com.auWed Jul 10 22:30:19 1996 
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 1996 23:52:48 +1000 (EST)
From: James Peters <jpeters-at-enterprise.powerup-dot-com.au> 
To: tesla-at-pupman-dot-com
Cc: Tesla-list-subscribers-at-poodle.pupman-dot-com 
Subject: Re: Safety FAQ (Electrical Hazards)
Hmmm, I've often held a copper rod in the output sparks of a 4" coil. It 
was only 1 kVa so I assume it was quite safe. On a larger coil, say 5 - 
10 kVa, would it still be safe to do this?
I know Bill Wysock (spelling?) is renound for sitting atop a 1MV coil.
The reason I ask, is because when I show my new coil, I would like to be 
able to demonstrate this effect. The coil is running at about 2 kVa.
Is this safe? (provided I am well insulated and in good tune)
P.S. Anyone know any other good demonstrations for TCs, like lighting up 
neon lights etc?