Is there any relationship between human magnetic field and body temperature?
I am looking for studies on this topic.
closed as not a real question by mbq Mar 12 '12 at 12:34
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(What I misunderstood as) the question, namely how the body temperature responds to an external magnetic field, is relevant for magnetic resonance imaging/treatment in medicine.
Here are some references:
Effect of a 1.5 T static magnetic field on body temperature of man}, Shellock, F.G. et al., Magnetic resonance in medicine 3 (1986), 644--647.
Cognitive, cardiac, and physiological safety studies in ultra high field magnetic resonance imaging, Kangarlu, A. et al., Magnetic resonance imaging 17 (1999), 1407--1416.
thank you for thinking outside the box
i think it can be done
take a look on this vid http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnJghb8yk6c&feature=colike
this energy is called Kirlian energy refering to a russain scientest
i notice it when i perform ALSALAH "the islamic prayer" cyz my temp increased durinig praying