The Blotto box appears to be nothing more than a myth…

Applying a lil math....

I = A*(log(1 + (Tm-Ta)/(234+Ta))/33*s)
Where I = current in Amps, A = cross sectional area n circular mils, Tm = melting temperature of the material in C, Ta = ambient temperature, also in C, and s = time in seconds.

Te melting point of copper is about 1083 C

Simply put, the wires in the system would simply melt due to that much amperage being put through the lines (way before you could put out the whole area code).

But if some one builds one and gets it to work, please let me know. ;-)