This Is What Happens When Two Power Lines Touch

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+16 1. torbengb commented 5 years ago

0:19 no you're not, turn your phone over :(|)

I wonder if this is a futuristic version of the musical road - you know, for those who don't need roads? (And who the hell built those power lines that way, without a pole where they meet? Can't possibly be according to code.)
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+9 2. tiggfigg commented 5 years ago

That seems like a dumb setup.
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+8 3. Derpgeek commented 5 years ago

That happens where there is not enough clearance between power lines. 10k or 25k transfer lines generate quite o a lot magnetic field. And maybe some weather effecting lines, and this is what you get. Awesome video to snotr. 8-)
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+6 4. repcentbl commented 5 years ago

Now that is one awesome electric guitar right there :O
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+6 5. kirkelicious commented 5 years ago

#3 The magnetic field forms a closed loop around the cable. It cannot really attract another perpendicular straight cable. I bet there has been some accident further down the line that caused a loss of tension. In any case this is far from a safe design.
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0 6. LightAng3l commented 5 years ago

Ahhhh... vertical video, we meet again. The idiocy of this generation.
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0 7. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

Surly there should be some isolators at the cross over points?