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By C-Chamberlain
This is a theory I've had running through my mind for a long time now. Now imagine standing on an insulated platform with your hand on a static electricity generator. In your other hand you hold a glass sphere of about 4" diameter. You and the sphere have a collective charge of thousands of volts. What happens when you throw the sphere to someone who is grounded? Does the ball carry a portion of the charge? If so, how much of the charge does it carry? Does the air passing over the sphere "strip" the charge off of it?

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