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Apr
30
comment Do Viruses produce a biomagnetic field?
First - let's leave off the motivations of theoretical scientists to theoretical scientists. My core notion is to find evidence that running your biomagnetic fields at certain frequencies and amplitudes through emotional regulation naturally functions as shield. In furtherance of "Darwinism", if viri tune themselves to the biomag attractor for suitable hosts - we can up the sales of mind-heart meditations.
Apr
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comment Do Viruses produce a biomagnetic field?
What sense would it make for a terrestrial virus to potentially benefit from producing an electric current inside, to motivate theoretical scientists to look into such a matter?
Sep
26
comment Do Viruses produce a biomagnetic field?
Noted. Thanks. I'll try to delete the closed one when I have more time.
Sep
26
accepted Do Viruses produce a biomagnetic field?
Sep
26
comment Do Viruses produce a biomagnetic field?
My markedly unverified theory is that we should be able to alter our own magnetic fields to improve resistance to viruses, similar to the manner in which the earth's EM field shields us from solar excretions.
Sep
26
comment Is there sufficient evidence that human cells are not intelligent?
Why is the nucleotide inserted? How does it look? Why does it look?
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Sep
25
comment Is there sufficient evidence that human cells are not intelligent?
but most likely lack abstract thought, understanding, self-awareness, reasoning, and emotion... I'll give you abstract thought, but what are the grounds against self-awareness vs. proofreading?
Sep
25
accepted Is there sufficient evidence that human cells are not intelligent?
Sep
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asked Do Viruses produce a biomagnetic field?
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asked Is there sufficient evidence that human cells are not intelligent?