Is water a good or bad conductor of electricity?
I thought that everyone knew that water was a great conductor of electricity, but a friend of mine who’s an electrician tells me that it’s not only not a great conductor of electricity but it’s a great insulator.
I mean if you stand in a bathtub and somebody throws an electrical heater into it then not only lights out in the house but lights out for whoever happens to be standing in the water; right?
So what’s my buddy talking about?
And maybe he shouldn’t be an electrician; right?