A weight-lifter is able to hold a barbell with a maximum total mass of 205 kg above his head. A physicist uses him to conduct a classroom demonstration, asking him to hold one insulated conducting rod (without any weights on it) above his head, while a second, very long rod is placed under his feet, parallel to the first rod. The rod that he is "lifting" has a length of 2.00 m and, together with its electrical leads, a mass of 10.0 kg. The rods are separated by a distance of 2.15 m. What is the maximum current that can be passed through the rods, in the same direction, before he is forced to yield? The same amount of current flows through both rods.