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Apparently a deliberate spoof, because An "ohm" is a unit of resistance (yeah, eyes glaze over) not voltage or current, and there's nothing remotely dangerous about touching something with 20 million ohms of resistance. It is a cool graphic though, going to print it out for my electronics shop.

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