5 Experimenting With Electricity

Experimenting With Electricity

Posted on October 17, 2012 by team


The author of these works is Alexey Parshukov but nothing else is known about him. Some say that this is real electric current on his photos. Other say it's not possible. People keep arguing trying to prove it's them who learnt physics better at school.

But what do you think? Can it be real?


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5 Responses to “Experimenting With Electricity”

  1. Dan says:

    Some of them clearly fake, others not.
    For example, in the last two pictures you can clearly see a copper plate and a cable, then with some high voltage, low current, it’s not hard to make a high voltage traveling arc i.e Jacob’s ladder

  2. Fred Johnson says:

    The “skinning effect” of high voltage. At high voltages, electricity flows on the outside of wires and components and not “in” the wire. Resistors suddenly become conductors.

  3. mark alexander says:

    By ionising the air with a laser, you can create an ion channel to pass electric current through any designated space. With immensse effort each one of these pictures can be made physical fact.

  4. Perkunas says:

    Photoshop?

  5. ZeroDrop says:

    The picture taken on the washer is not electrical current, is a photographic effect made with very long exposure and a light source.

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