Seriously, below is the actual graphic (slightly vandalized for clarity) of the human body computer model used to 'prove' that tasers are safe. [LINK]
If we assume that the calculated current distribution is correct, then it appears to also prove that tasers don't work. The subject in this example should be standing there with a constriction in his chest muscles. His legs (or his massive green uni-leg in this highly-advanced computer model) should be completely unaffected. And thus he wouldn't be expected to fall down.
It's perfectly obvious that the assumption that human are made of large chunks of constant-resistivity tissues, with zero complexity (such as the central nervous system), represents the Garbage In part of the GIGO process.
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