Magnets, little toys to large spheres, how can they effect the human and animal mind? The BBC News ran a story on how magnets help regrow brain cells which could become beneficial to those with depression, schizophrenia, and so on. However I oppose electrical currents used on the living. Although I do enjoy an ocean current every now and then.
Ocean tides create their own magnetic field. Little in comparison to the Earth’s magnetic field. The flow of molten iron in the core of Earth, magnetic rocks in the crust and the ocean’s flow all work together to be a part of Earth’s magnetic field. The ocean salt consists of positive and negative ions that are deflected by the Earth’s magnetic field during flow, separating them to their own. In result the volumes build charge, both positive and negative. During reduction of charge, they open loops of electric currents in the waters of the ocean, contributing to the return, magnetic fields. Now shoot me to the moon!
Magnetic moon some call it, as others thought it was made of cheese. In The News reported January of 2008 that a 4.2 billion-year-old rock contained a magnetic past while once filled with a hot, churning liquid. The moon sheds more than specimen in this hot magnetic find, as scientists are still working on this beauty named troctolite 76535. The man on the once magnetic moon, always of interest.
“Never unlock Pendora’s box” comes to mind while reading this TimesOnline.co.uk coverage. Here Inspector Andy Parr describes the full moon rise in criminal activity with a twist of craziness. But when I “turned” to the Guardian.co.uk, my respect went away from magnetic influences into magnetic wonders. Don’t sell that cow! A cow can mysteriously aligning themselves magnetic north, a natural compass. Little to do with magnets, interesting all the same.
Animals in general, depending on which type, can “sense” magnetic fields. Ever think beyond ground vibrations when it comes to animals sensing a bad storm ahead? It’s in the air for them. The experiment shared by Cat.Inist.Fr found that rabbits are effected by magnetic storms. They did not need a rabbit to tell them that, dogs are well-known to bark before heavy storms. Whether animals or people, a magnetic storm is not the place to be.
All in all, it’s not the magnetic currents I become worried about, the moon’s magnetic past, or the magnetic storms that can occur…it’s the notion of one large round magnet flipping over, to the opposite side. That would be the time magnets do not attract and the time to say bon-voyage!