Jan 29, 2011 ... The reason you get "shocked" more in winter has to do with the ... This happens
to me all the time; I collect an electrostatic charge just sitting at ...
Mar 15, 2011 ... Why do I get shocks when I touch the door knob or filing cabinet? I get shocks ...
Why don´t I get static shock when I touch a wall or a tree or door? ... All materials
are made of electrical charges in the material atoms. In the ...
Think of atoms as building blocks for all the stuff in the world. ... So, the next time
you get a little shock from touching a doorknob, you'll know that it's just ...
Starting about 3 or 4 months ago I've been getting small shocks whenever I ...
have been my shoes but I've worn numerous pairs and still get shocked! ... This is
the first time I've been able to listen live! ... What do you think?
When you get a shock of this kind, the electrical sparks is burning tiny .... I do this
all the time to the car door now out of habit, hitting it before I ...
Where possible, use a humidifier. Where I live it's very dry, and in winter static
shocks were ... Static electricity is a pootential issue any time to different materials
are in close contact. Unfortunately, dry human skin is takes on a static charge
Oct 19, 2011 ... Luckily, there are a few things you can to do minimize all of that. ... when you get
out of your car, you get a shock when you touch the door.
Jan 10, 2005 ... I get a steady trickle of emails from all over the world from people ... For example,
getting a shock every time you touch someone can be a ...
Apr 17, 2006 ... The shock caused by static electricity reveals how you can have more power ...
All materials are made up of molecules, and all molecules have tiny ... Most of the
time an atom is neutral with the same number of protons ... When you reach for a
positively charged doorknob, electrons flee and you get zapped.
I was wondering if anyone has the same problem and what they do about it. I
read ... I get shocked all the time, but not like you not big sparks.