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originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: sapien82
If people were magnetic MRI machines would be impossible. No one produces any type of magnetic field that would cause a magnet to stick to them. No one. I can not tell you what you saw, I can only tell you what you did not see.
My dad FaceTimed me the other day to tell me he was magnetic now that he was vaccinated.
None of that is to say that what is in the vaccine is safe or not safe, just that the idea of being magnetic seems incorrect. If you can prove otherwise, you would have a very interesting conversation.
The only other explanation I can come up with is that the vaccine is doing something to make the cells become magnetically aligned around the injection site but that also seems quite unlikely.
Stiction is the static friction that needs to be overcome to enable relative motion of stationary objects in contact. The term is a portmanteau of the words static and friction, perhaps also influenced by the verb stick. Any solid objects pressing against each other (but not sliding) will require some threshold of force parallel to the surface of contact in order to overcome static cohesion. Stiction is a threshold, not a continuous force. However, stiction might also be an illusion made by the rotation of kinetic friction