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Hypothesis: Moon's electro magnetic field influences the human brain.



 
 
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Old May 8th 20, 04:53 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Hypothesis: Moon's electro magnetic field influences the human brain.

Here is my hypothesis why human's sleep pattern and brain activity changes and apperently peaks at full moon.

It's probably the electro magnetic field of the moon itself that influences earth's electro magnetic field and this subsequently influences the operation of the human brain which also communicates via electrons which are known to be influenced by all kinds of electro magnetic fields.

(The moon wobbles a bit, not sure if the moon is closer when it's full moon, full moon might have nothing to do with it, then again it does, another hypothesis could be the increased photons reflecting from the moon onto earth is also changing electro magnetic field, and finally carbon is also emitted from the moon and might also hit earth's field and maybe change it too :P)

(Maybe it's gravitional pull will throw off your telescopes a bit )

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Old May 8th 20, 10:22 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Hypothesis: Moon's electro magnetic field influences the human brain.

wrote on 8/05/2020 1:53 PM:
Here is my hypothesis why human's sleep pattern and brain activity
changes and apperently peaks at full moon.

It's probably the electro magnetic field of the moon itself that
influences earth's electro magnetic field and this subsequently
influences the operation of the human brain which also communicates
via electrons which are known to be influenced by all kinds of
electro magnetic fields.


At Full Moon, The Moon is on the opposite side of The Earth compared to
The Sun, e.g.


O Sun o Earth . Moon

(Not to Scale)

This arrangement MIGHT mean a slightly increased magnitude of the 'Solar
Wind' passing The Earth, increasing the electric field density, maybe,
causing more interference to the brains electrical signals!! MAYBE!!

(The moon wobbles a bit, not sure if the moon is closer when it's
full moon, full moon might have nothing to do with it,


Full Moon does not really depend on the distance between The Earth and
The Moon (just the alignment of Sun, Earth and Moon), but, over the last
few years, the term "Super Moon" has become popular and this indicates
when The Moon is very much physically closer to The Earth than normal.

then again it does, another hypothesis could be the increased photons
reflecting from the moon onto earth is also changing electro magnetic
field, and finally carbon is also emitted from the moon and might
also hit earth's field and maybe change it too :P)

(Maybe it's gravitional pull will throw off your telescopes a bit
)

Bye, Skybuck.


--
Daniel
 




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