Further to a previous post [LINK].
We see much discussion from the pro-taser forces of the interaction of the taser current on the muscles, and perhaps on the nerves that control those muscles. And they always conclude that the taser is incapable of affecting the heart. The analysis is very colourful and almost child-like in its (uni-leg) simplicity.
What I don't see is a clear description of how the taser current might ride along the pathways of the central nervous system.
As an experiment, perhaps someone could combine acupuncture with a taser. Have a pair of acupuncture needles inserted into a (pro-taser) volunteer by an evil-minded acupuncture expert, clip the X26 taser wires to the needles, and fire away for 31 seconds.
[Hey kids - don't try this at home. It's dangerous.]
Do you think that the effects might be outside the results of the simplistic computer model? Who knows? With the right pair of points, perhaps the primary current path might be via the brain stem. Hey, I'm just asking question.
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