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is infamous possible?

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There is a video game called infamous. In this game the protagonist has the ability to manipulate electricity. he is able to project electric pathways toward specific objects. The question arises of if you would actually be able to do it. is it possible for someone to predict the pathway of electricity, ignoring the fact that the human body cannot hold large amounts of electricity. The answer to this question is yes, it is possible to predict an electrical path. Electricity will always go toward ground, so the closest object or path that leads electrical charges to the ground is where the electricity will travel. It would be impossible to launch a bolt of electricity across a building's roof top because the bolt would enter into the roof and dissipate into the ground. Regardless of the facts I hear it is a cool game and worth giving a try.



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