Michael Posted June 20, 2021 Share Posted June 20, 2021 (edited) So i tried the magnetic test on myself, just out of curiosity and sure enough a coin or little magnet can indeed stick to your neck. Im honest, this is something completly new to me, since i never tested this before. Does this mean that we all have some magnetic properties in our bodies or what? I made sure that the coin and the part to stick it to are completly dry, so it cannot be body fluid from the skin. I had and never will get the jab, so this has to be something that can occur in humans? I usually do not go to wikipedia as its compromised but this is what i found: "Human magnetism is a popular name for an alleged ability of some people to attract objects to their skin. People alleged to have such an ability are often called human magnets. Although metal objects are the most popular, some are also alleged to be able to stick other types of materials, such as glass, porcelain, wood or plastic as well as metals with no ferromagnetic properties such as brass and aluminium. However, none of the recorded claims of human magnetism corresponds with the physics of magnetism" Edited June 20, 2021 by Michael Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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