posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 11:10 PM
For the record, I do believe that we are electrical beings at base. I even believe that our consciousness is embedded in, or maybe even the product
of, an electromagnetic field that is the sum total of all the nerve impulses traveling not only through our cerebral neurons, but through our bodies
as well, & is the basis of the concept of the soul.
My reaction in my earlier post was to the completely alarmist, comic book-silly tone of the article on which this thread is based. When I read
something, I'm not just looking for validity in what's presented. I'm also asking myself what the writer's intention is within the writing he or
she is doing.
This writer of that article clearly intended to scare the crap out of his readers, not just to put forth an interesting, thought-provoking concept
gained from the research of another.
The idea itself, that drastic increases in Solar activity may make large changes in the Earth's (and our) magnetic fields, leading to planetary
weirdness, is definitely interesting, though I might be more prone to worry about all the microwave transmissions passing through us as humanity
continues its love affair with the mobile phone.
My intention was not to mock the OP or anyone else who is curious-minded enough to explore new concepts, but IMO, the obvious fear-mongering tone of
the article that inspired this thread deserved to have a shot fired at it.