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Cells in the human body require a pulsed
magnetic field and magnetic resonance
stimulation in order to catalyze the
reactions that take place every second.
When Yuri Gagarin made that historic first
manned flight into space we did not know
how vital these two processes were to life
on earth. Because these two processes
were not simulated by technology for Yuri
Gagarin when he left earth he experienced
depressed metabolism, mental depression,
bone loss, muscle degeneration, impaired
perception and over all fatigue.
Yuri Gagarin was only in space for 108
minutes.. I can only imagine what
prolonged magnetic malnourishment would
do to life on earth. But not only that, when
the magnetic field stabilises it will be
completely different anatomically than what
it is now. So how different will our cells
react if we do survive long enough to
'Adapt' to this new field?
Could the strange weather we are experiencing and the rise in natural disasters be linked to this? Could some of these 'bad feelings' that something bad is about to happen be linked to this? Could some of these threads about 'spiritual energy' be linked to this?.. What about the increase in dreaming? Or the increase in emotional irate? The lack of logical thought process? People acting weird? If our magnetic field is 'playing up' what's to say this isn't the cause of some of this craziness?
Does the Earth's magnetic field affect human health? Not directly, no. High-altitude pilots can experience enhanced levels of radiation during magnetic storms, but the hazard is due to the radiation, not the magnetic field itself. Direct effects on human health of the magnetic field at the Earth's surface are, quite frankly, insignificant. The primary effects of geomagnetism are on the health of electrically-based technological systems that are critically important to the modern civilization of humanity, not the humans themselves.
Some members of the public have attributed a diffuse collection of symptoms to low levels of exposure to electromagnetic fields at home. Reported symptoms include headaches, anxiety, suicide and depression, nausea, fatigue and loss of libido. To date, scientific evidence does not support a link between these symptoms and exposure to electromagnetic fields. At least some of these health problems may be caused by noise or other factors in the environment, or by anxiety related to the presence of new technologies.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Scary thread here.....because it makes too much sense and the long term of seeing the theory play out just isn't something nice to think about.
I won't laugh a bit because one of the quickest ways TAPS actually debunks haunting and ghost reports is by detecting stray electromagnetic fields around reported activity. Apparently, being in those fields at strength is known to cause a sense of being off or even paranoia like being watched. It makes it real easy to consider the possibility that Earth's far more subtle fields could have strong impacts too.