If the Voltage Gets High Enough…

…Current will flow

When resistance to current flow is high, voltage builds. The more it builds the more spectacular the results tend to be when it finally breaks through.

Objects that conduct easily can be useful, but produce unspectacular results. However, things that conduct more easily than others can be an integral part of a spectacular result if the conditions are right. Those conditions include a large potential difference (voltage) and a generally high resistance to current flow.

Nothing ever happens without voltage.

Which role do you play? All are important, but there is only one voltage that gets high enough to cause the desired result.

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