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Electromagnetic fields generated by the human body

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Postby JackBean » Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:52 am

I see your Institute is brand new, isn't it? Why don't you apply for grant from some real government agency or private institution? They wouldn't give you any dolar, would they? I'm not that much surprised you are in Texas, although your location in middle of nothing is little alarming.
http://www.biolib.cz/en/main/

Cis or trans? That's what matters.
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Re: Electromagnetic fields generated by the human body

Postby ishsef » Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:38 am

We are "new" if you discount that most of our staff is native American (Cherokee), therefore our "earth consciousness" is not new.
We would love a monetary boost for our research. As to our pastoral setting, what better place to be unencumbered by traffic, sirens, and mayhem of the city. We look out the windows to see deer and squirrels playing to a beautiful sunrise.
Our research has already provided nearly 500 pages of technical documentation and, with some additional equipment, could provide a foundation for the "cure" of most "disease." Electromagetism is the key to the planet we live on.
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Re: Electromagnetic fields generated by the human body

Postby franca » Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:38 pm

Here is an intriguing, albeit small, study designed to measure the biomagnetic field emitted of two individuals, showing that an extremely strong magnetic field was emitted by the two individuals during oriental breathing exercises: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9051169
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Postby kaivaram » Mon Mar 12, 2012 5:31 am

I happened to see a case wherein a 50-year woman started sensing electric shock whenever she touched an object. Other people who were touching her also experienced similar shocks. This was unexplainable.
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Postby fiscalfairy » Tue Mar 20, 2012 12:34 am

I'd like to know if there's a study of human-generated electromagnetic fields' effect on technology -- electronics, such as computers, cell phones, tvs, software......
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Postby JorgeLobo » Thu Mar 22, 2012 12:41 am

Earth consciousness specialists. So this is less a scientific effort than an experiential one.
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Re: Electromagnetic fields generated by the human body

Postby fiscalfairy » Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:35 am

I'm wondering if electromagnetic field generated by the human body can effect the operation of computers and other electronics. I'm trying to come up with an explanation of why most electronics do not last very long for me. I don't do anything strange on the computer--I'm pretty mainstream, yet I need to replace my computer about every 2 years. I experience some very unusual situations on my computers--programs shutting down for no reason, various alerts that make no sense, and lots of other things. My cell phone--as basic as it is wears out faster than anyone else's! There was a time some years ago when light bulbs burned out as soon as I walked into a room and television and radio stations were static. I think I'm a pretty stable person, but this electromagnetic issue, if it really is, interferes with my life!
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Postby fiscalfairy » Tue Mar 27, 2012 2:07 am

I'm looking for scientific information to support what I experience.
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Postby AstraSequi » Fri Mar 30, 2012 3:25 am

I hypothesize that learning about viruses/spyware/adware and how to get rid of and avoid getting them will fix quite a few of your computer problems. :)

In response to your third post: science does not relate to personal goals. You do not look for scientific information to "support" something, but rather to find out whether it can be supported or not. If you have already decided what your answer is, then you are just trying to use "science" as an argument rather than trying to actually determine the truth.

I would also caution you (since it is a common trap) that memory and/or personal anecdote is generally highly unreliable as a source of evidence due to factors such as selectivity (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confirmation_bias).
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Re: Electromagnetic fields generated by the human body

Postby rocker58 » Fri May 11, 2012 3:22 am

I know that i generate a feild strong enough to mess up a pair of digital calipars
i have to demag my hands in order to use them to get the right reading for a little while
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Re: Electromagnetic fields generated by the human body

Postby ik8tey » Thu May 24, 2012 12:28 am

I found this forum when I googled "humans giving off electrical fields". A couple weeks ago, something weird happened and last night and this morning, more weird stuff happened.

A couple weeks ago, I was feeling really good about myself. I had gotten a facial the day before and I knew I looked good. My neighbor said I was "glowing." The radio in the car just up and quit working. My husband checked it out and couldn't find a dead fuse, but it started working again when he was messing with it.

Last night, I was very upset about something. I went to bed and woke up in the middle of the night with the lights of my overhead fan turning on and off by themselves. Three lights. On my way to work, the volume of the radio in my car [same car] started increasing and decreasing randomly.
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Re: Electromagnetic fields generated by the human body

Postby JoshuaFlynn » Thu May 24, 2012 11:50 pm

It seems... once again, I have... ended up on a forum where people report interference with electrical appliances (and I wasn't even looking for that sort of thing - this is like sixth or so time). Which is the reason why I created this thread here, as I was looking for the specific mechanism.

I know this - emotions trigger it off (so anger, stress, depression etc all seem to have effects), certain things make it worse (excessive amounts of caffine, smoking, sugar, and apparently alcohol). I personally thought it was to do with an electro-chemical reaction involving electrolytes, with positive/negative ions being part of the mechanism (which would explain why you get headaches before rainstorms, around certain electronics, etc). Positive ions increase serotonin, stress also increases serotonin - which is what leads me to suspect the process is somehow reversable.

I have a partial but incomplete theory on how the mechanism works (involving negative ions) to disrupt electronics, with a demonstration of the negative ions conducting through my body to disrupt the electronic piece of equipment:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qF7cDMpqSak

This would explain the static shocks the lady was giving other people, as when a sufficient amount of negative ions generate (as anyone who has held their hand over a negative ion generator can state), you get a electric shocks from any surface you touch - including other people. My theory is some people are able to either A) generate a negative ion charge (given the electro-chemical capabilities of the body is not in the slightest bit absurd given the human body can hold a charge - see the 'human-body model'), or B) have a better ability to absorb already available negative ions from their surroundings (which would explain the instances of people reporting electric shocks only during rainstorms).

If negative ions (as demonstrated in the video), can disrupt electronics, and people can build up a negative ion charge, then it's entirely possible that a person could disrupt electronics with a self-generated negative ion charge of sorts.

If you think that to be absurd, consider this (it will make you laugh but note the voltage and damages):
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/4252692.stm?lsm

However, the theory is largely incomplete and requires additional refinement. But hey, what else can I do without a lab, a group of people who actually experience the event and some funding?
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