I don't understand how these tasers that have 50,000V only produce a very low amperage. According to Ohm's law that should kill you. Voltage divided by the persons resistance (Ohms). Getting shocked by static electricity has 5000V, but doesn't kill you because there is no circuit involved, just the transfer of electrons to your finger, or whatever touched the metal. I understand that. But when you get zapped by a taser isn't this capacitor discharging through your body, thus creating a circuit?