An electrician told today in a conversation that 10-60 KV high power lines have a passive property of attracting (pulling towards them) physical objects (e.g. a human body), and that’s what makes them especially dangerous.
- How accurate was his statement? If it was false, 2. what real fact he could’ve possibly misunderstood into such a misconception?
I know that the current can “hold” someone in place when they are being electrocuted, and I guess it may also be explained by static electricity but trying to find anything about this phenomenon is returning nothing.