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What I know is that voltage is the electrical pressure which is required to drive the electrons in a circuit. According to that we have higher currents when there is a high voltage. Ohm's law confirms that. What I don't understand is that some books say that it is the current that is more dangerous to the human body and not the voltage. What I mean is higher currents are dangerous but high voltages aren't. But if we have a high voltage aren't we indirectly meaning that there is high current since they are directly proportional to each other.