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    • I’m a 9-1-1 operator, and i can confirm that tracing a phone call doesn’t take an hour. We can get a general gps location in about 30 seconds, and tracing a call through phone providers only takes about 5-10 minutes.
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    • ROBOCOPPPPPPP
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    • Dont trust these, the company that makes them is full of shit
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    • As an EMT, let me clear this up. You DO use a defibrillator if the heart has stopped beating, but only if there’s still electrical activity such as ventricular fibrillation or V-Tach. If the ECG is flatlining (no electrical activity) a defibrillator won’t work.
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    • About half of these are completely false.
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    • MYTH: This post has any substantial knowledge to be gained. TRUTH: This post genuinely fucking sucked
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    • Sorry but as someone In law enforcement I’ll tell you right now if you call on 911 we know exactly where you are and even if you don’t call on 911 If we have good enough reason to we can contact your cellphone company and get your GPS coordinates in about 5-10 mins
      bob123456 25 jul
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    • Most of this is horse shit.
      FF_Wolf 26 jul
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    • 99% of padlocks are zinc-bodied garbage that can absolutely be shot off. you can hammer most master locks off
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    • Fun fact: Half of those are bullshit 😁
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    • More than half of these are false
      rook_R6S 29 jul
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    • Ya this is a lot of false info
      Lugo 28 jul
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    • There are multiple of these that are just strait up wrong. Who made this?
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    • A defibrillator does restart a stopped heart. Literally take a 1st aid class
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    • Myth: its called a silencer. Truth: its called a suppressor
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    • Pretty sure most of the “truths” are complete bullshit.
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    • Whoever made this is an actual moron
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    • Tf does a defibrillator do then?
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    • Over half of these are false lol
      WeirdR 25 jul
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    • Pretty sure at least half of these are wrong.
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    • Is anybody else disgusted at the amount of absolutely useless and false information in this post?
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    • Half of these aren't true
      Perrin 31 jul
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    • This might be the most misleading "myth/fact" post I've ever seen
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    • I would like to see some sourcing here because a lot of these sound wrong
      Dethmeme 26 jul
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    • As a heart patient who has been completely dead on multiple occasions, with family members whom have gone through the same, I promise a defibrillator can restart the heart once it has stopped
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    • Most of these aren't right
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    • Well to tell you the truth. There’s a lot of false information here
      ArmyGreen 25 jul
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    • As someone who has worked with chloroform I can tell you it does make you pass out extremely quickly. You're not even allowed to use it unless there's another scientist in the room to save your dumb ass if u spill it
      Marxumis 25 jul
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    • Half of these are fake truths
      Booters 25 jul
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    • Not all of this is true. A padlock can be broken with a gun depending on the round used, if you breath through your nose the chloroform goes strait to the nerves in your brain causing you to conk out in a couple of seconds. Don’t believe everything you see! (Please like this post so dumbass see)
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    • Top 3 are wrong. 1) "Defibrillators can also restore the heart's beating if the heart suddenly stops." 2) It can take as little as 30 seconds if the call is local, otherwise 5-20 minutes. 3) Look up a damn youtube video of people timed target practicing with 2 guns, it's not impossible
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    • Yeah uh Lifeguard here. Gonna call bs on the defibrillator one since you know, I’ve seen it restart a heart before
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    • As far as I know the grenade one is horseshit because people do that all the time. And the padlock one as well. Because a 5.56 might bust it or even bigger bullet.
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    • I know from experience a grenade pin DEFINITELY CAN be pulled out with your teeth. Some of this stuff is just false
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    • This is fucking stupid. Most of the truths are also incorrect.
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    • The defibrillator one is wrong. My mother's heart completely stopped in an ambulance and a shot of adrenaline combined with a defibrillator shock restarted it
      ClayJanus 25 jul
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    • So many of these are false
      pengub 27 jul
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    • A lot of this is straight bullshit
      GodKirby 27 jul
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    • A lot of this is very wrong
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    • Having tried (and succeeded) I can tell you with absolute certainty that you CAN in fact pull the pin out of a grenade with your teeth, without any noticeable damage.
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    • About 75% of these are completely or partially incorrect. Don’t believe everything you see on the internet. If you want a detailed explanation of each mistake, just ask I guess.
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    • Most of these are wrong. Dumbass
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    • This post is full of shit. As it is true that your brain can’t focus on more than one thing at a time, it can be incredibly efficient swapping between tasks. Firing 2 guns at the same time isn’t an impossible feat. Most of these “facts” are bs
      Swol 25 jul
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    • Yep, this is fake. Many of us are much more knowledgeable than whoever decided to spend f-ing 3 minutes researching a myth v truth meme for clout
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    • A lot of these arent true at all.
      Secs 25 jul
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    • If it can't restart after it's stopped, then why do they try it? You must be wrong
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    • Alot of these are fucking horrendously untrue
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    • Holy shit almost all of those are completely untrue. Please tell me the internet community isn't this dumb.
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    • Lol some of these are real and some are just wrong like a AED CAN RESTART A HEART
      soulless1 25 jul
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    • A lot of these are incorrect. Don’t believe everything you see online friends.
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    • This is clever. It puts in a few obvious facts with many lies. A defibrillator definitely can restart a heart. Especially since an AED which I’m trained to use scans for a heartbeat, if none is found, it administers a shock.
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    • This is the dumbest shit, theres only 2 that are correct, most are just dumb like how tf do you get iron shackles and small bullets out of unlocking any door with any gun or assume all silenced guns are supersonic. Also the entire purpose of a defibrillator is to restart a heart.
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    • I’m a life guard and it is really noticeable when someone’s drowning even if they pass out and can’t talk it’s still noticeable compared to normal swimming
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    • None of this is strictly true.
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    • Half this shit ain't true
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    • That first one is kinda misleading. While yes, once a heart has stopped contracting, it is next to impossible to restart it. However, during a heart attack, your heart does not technically stop. It is contracting irregularly due to electrical misfires, which the defibrillator corrects.
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    • The forensic one is bullshit. Forensics are like half of the job of stopping crime nowadays
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    • A defibrillator can restart a heart, but it has to be combined with chest compressions and must be performed immediately.
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    • It does not take an hour to trace a phone call.
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    • I'm 99.9% sure 911 can trace your call within seconds but okay
      ILustig 25 jul
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    • A lot of these are wrong or misleading.
      Ominarous 25 jul
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    • Most of this is all wrong
      QSammael 25 jul
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    • Some of this is kinda wrong.
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    • Some of these are only half true
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    • Half of these are so wrong...
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    • First fact is dependent on what you mean by “stopped”, because ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia involve little to no cardiac output, but isn’t asystole. You’re heart is quivering, it’s actually moving quite quickly.
      Gallantry 25 jul
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    • Tracing a phone call takes under 10 min. I have watched dispatchers do it before.
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    • Most of these are completely horse shit
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    • Half of these aren’t true, for example, I’ve been skydiving and you can talk to the other jumpers you just have to yell a bit
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    • Hello. As a lifeguard I can confirm that drowning people are very easily to notice and are quite loud. Thank you for coming to my TED Talk.
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    • Correct me if i’m wrong but defibrillators send electric pulses that can disrupt an irregular heartbeat (some heart attacks) and they allow the heart to begin beating on its own again. Also they can send pulses to restart the hearts pattern so technically they can restart the heart.
      Godku13 25 jul
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    • Uhm a defibrillator does restart a heart.but you have to use it right away. Waiting an hour it wont work.
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    • This is probably the dumbest thing. Not only are most of these dumb, they are not all correct.
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    • A normal padlock can be easily shot open
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    • Myth: All these facts are supposedly true. Fact: Most of these facts are incorrect or blatantly false.
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    • These are retarded
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    • Ima call bs on at least 3 of these
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    • The first one isn’t true so I didn’t bother reading the rest.
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    • The defibrillator one is totally correct. It shocks the heart to make the random electrical firings of the heart (fibrillations, arrhythmia, tachycardia) into a regular heartbeat. Applying the paddles to an investing heart will just cook it. Drugs Like epinephrin can be used to start a heart.
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    • So many of these are outrageously incorrect lol.
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    • This is all wrong. A defib will DEFINITELY restart a heart if it stops, depending how long ago it stopped. Now, what u NEVER want to do is use it on a person with a heart beat bc it will definitely stop the heart & the person will die
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    • Some of these are fake as hell
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    • Defibrillators are literally designed to stop the heart (in the case of an irregular heartbeat) so that the heart could potentially resume a normal rhythm. Most of this is bullshit
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    • That's why it's called a SUPPRESSOR not a silencer.
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    • This is about 70% wrong and misinformation. If you're really curious look up the answers from a more reputable source
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    • I’m sorry but the heart restarting one is absolutely false on the true side. My dad is a Army medic and he used one of those machines once to revive his battle buddy’s heart. Also all of those “true” ones are false
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    • Pretty much all of these are bullshit. I hate boomers
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    • That defibrillator one is bullshit. No pulse, no heartbeat. No heartbeat, grab the AED, get ready to intubate, provide ventilation, and get that stiff to the hospital. Ten years of my life on a boo-boo bus.
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    • Some of these truths are just bs
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    • These are so fake. Call tracing is instantaneous, and that’s what defribulators are for.
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    • Whoever made this is a big retard
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    • Most of these aren’t even true😂
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    • Tracing a call nowadays is almost instant lmao retard
      Hyde 25 jul
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    • Bruh half of these are fucking lies lmao
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    • The defibrillator one is kinda bullshit. Its implying a heart that is essentially dead.. but a heart can stop which is called cardiac arrest and an electric shock to the chest can and often does get it to start back up again. But you have to do it immediately.
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    • This isn't funny and half of this is bullshit
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