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Old 11-15-2012, 09:39 AM   #81
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there's a lot of ignorance in this thread and I'm not referring to Drex. Entertaining for sure, good show
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there's a lot of ignorance in this thread and I'm not referring to Drex. Entertaining for sure, good show
are you of the belief that bad dancing turns you into an electromagnet?
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Hopefully there is a consciousness shift and OP is given a brain.
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are you of the belief that bad dancing turns you into an electromagnet?
I am of the belief that living things have their own electromagnetic fields, but I do not believe that bad dancing turns you into a electromagnet.
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I am of the belief that living things have their own electromagnetic fields, but I do not believe that bad dancing turns you into a electromagnet.
According to my hand, they don't. Either that or the field is really really really weak.
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According to my hand, they don't. Either that or the field is really really really weak.
what makes water? How does your nervous system work?
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what makes water? How does your nervous system work?
Water: The strong force & covalent bonding
Nervous system: Potentiated by ion, sodium, and calcium channels

I'm not saying we're not effected by EM fields, we definitely are (at least in the brain), but I don't believe we put out an appreciable field either. If the rest of our body was affected by a strong EM field then an MRI would ruin us.
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Water: The strong force & covalent bonding
Nervous system: Potentiated by ion, sodium, and calcium channels
exactly, electric forces require electric fields
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exactly, electric forces require electric fields
You're talking an infinitesimally small field, like so small that it might as well be zero.
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do you believe we're made of atoms?
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I know where you're going with this and the argument doesn't work. Atoms are small, but on a big scale they make something bigger..... We don't put off an appreciable field, that's a fact, it can be measured.
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True atoms are small, and on that small scale, those fields hold us together. Can you appreciate that?
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The electroweak and strong forces hold us together on the tiniest of scales, yes.
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