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Old 11-09-2010, 03:40 AM
Nadda Nadda is offline
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I also have recognized that i can feel currents in wires if i squeeze them or at least i imagine i can feel them
Yeah, electrical wires produce EMF an electromagnetic field. Part of that field is magnetic. So, if you can feel itin regular magnets you should be able to feel it in wires too. Water itself is magnetic to a degree. So you very well could be hyper-sensitive to the magnetic fields.

I seen that scientists can make frogs float with a strong enough magnet under then. i believe they said it was water repeling the field.

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