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The Frog Battery

Science brain teasers require understanding of the physical or biological world and the laws that govern it.

 

Puzzle ID:#2628
Fun:*** (2.25)
Difficulty:*** (2.15)
Category:Science
Submitted By:RoseJ0***
Corrected By:boodler

 

 

 



A scientist was dissecting a frog and made electricity.
How?




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Comments

mad-adeAhu*
Mar 15, 2002

why would there be acid in a frog? you never mentioned that the frog was pickled in any type of acidic fluid!
missie
Apr 01, 2002

The gastric juices are a form of acid.
bighippo4*
Apr 06, 2002

sounds kind of like one of my sisters jokes. "Why did the rooster cross the road? To listen to some music." Doesn't make much sense!
jimbo*au*
Nov 17, 2003

He used jumper leads?
bluetwo*
Apr 09, 2004

to whomever thinks this teaser should be removed for the following reason: "This is another teaser that needs to be removed. When dissecting a frog, they have framaldathed (sic) in it which makes it so that all liquids in the body would be gone. No blood or any other liquid would be present. Even if this was a dead frog from his backyard this could not be possible. Gastric acid wouldn't be able conduct electricity in a noticable amount or any with the tools" you have obviously never been in an advanced bio or animal physiology class. we dissected many live animals, ranging from frogs to turtles to rats. and it's "formaldehyde", not "framaldathed"
SPUTNIK2Aus*
Feb 23, 2006

Oh please stop with all the negativity!
The teaser was just fine. I liked it! Thanks to the sender
Deedee123*ca*
May 13, 2009

I was thinking of the famous frog experiment...



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