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Asked in Technology, Air Guns and Air Rifles
If you were shot from 10 meters away by a c02 air pistol with a pellet that travels at 380fps with a full c02 bulb in it would it stick in you if not really hurt?
Yes it would hurt and depending on your clothing it may or may not penetrate your skin. ...
Asked in Microwave Ovens
Is it safe to use a microwave without a light bulb cover?
There is a small chance that if you splatter something it will get in the light bulb terminal and make it rust or cause the light to shut off or burn out. It isn't going to hurt the microwave if you don't have the cover on though. ...
Asked in Home Electricity
Can lighting up a light bulb with a balloon hurt you?
If it is just you, the light bulb and the balloon....no. That is just static electricity and is very low voltage and ampheres. If that light bulb is plugged in to a lamp that is plugged into a socket, very possibly yes. That static electricity could be greatly magnified by stray voltage and cause you some serious grief. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, VW New Beetle, DIY Projects
How do you replace the reverse light bulb on a VW beetle?
You will remove the two bolts from the bulb, then turn the bulb from the bulb holder, the bulb should come right out. You are now ready to install the new bulb. ...
Asked in Electronics Engineering
Why the bulb does not light up in a closed circuit?
A bulb does not light up if there is no voltage available across the bulb, or if the bulb is burned out. ...
How did Benjamen Franklin discover electricity?
He Flew a kite with a piece of metal on the kite flew it on a windy night and he was holding a weird contraption (Light Bulb) in his hand and when the electricity hit the light bulb it turned on Benjamin Franklin was really hurt and had to go to the hospital immediately. That is how Benjamin Franklin discovered Eletricity ...
Asked in Home Electricity
What happens to the bulb when the switch is closed?
If the switch is in the same series circuit as the bulb and the filament of the bulb is not broken then the bulb should light. ...
Asked in Home Electricity, Physics, Batteries
What is the difference between a 60watt light bulb and a 100 watt light bulb?
The 60 watt bulb will consume less energy and not be as bright as a 100 watt bulb. Most bulb sockets will specify a recommended bulb rating. ...
Watt is the current allowed to flow through a bulb?
The current flowing through a bulb is equal to the (voltage across the bulb) divided by the (bulb resistance), and can be expressed in Amperes. The rate at which the bulb dissipates energy is equal to (voltage across the bulb) times (current through the bulb), and can be expressed in watts. ...