Neural Tissues Filter Electromagnetic Fields Investigating Regional Processing of Induced Current in Ex vivo Brain Specimens

" Here we report for the first time that fixed human tissue during specific stimulation displayed significant enhancement with geomagnetic activity and the effect was prominent within the right hemisphere. In addition we demonstrate that the specific patterns of physiologically patterned magnetic fields that are most effective for producing powerful subjective experiences also elicited the greatest response from the fixed brain tissue." {Credits 1}

" The experimental procedure involved exposing a full (non-sectioned) chemically fixed human brain to different physiologically-patterned electromagnetic fields. Microvolt fluctuations induced by electromagnetic fields were measured within neuroanatomical regions of interest." {Credits 1}

This experiment demonstrated that when geomagnetic activity in the earth is at slightly altered stormy condition, even a fixed "death" brain senses it in a specific manner when the provoked microvolt fluctuations causes an increase of alpha power in the right but not the left parahippocampal gyrus.

In a similar way also reacts in a specific way (that is in concordance with other researches done over living subjects' brains) when physiologically patterned magnetic fields are applied (in [1] there is a section on geomagnetic sensitivity of living beings).

[1] EMMIND › Applied Fields - Experimental › Various Effects › Geomagnetism & Earth Fields

{Credits 1} 🎪 Rouleau, N., & Persinger, M. A. (2017). Neural Tissues Filter Electromagnetic Fields: Investigating Regional Processing of Induced Current in Ex vivo Brain Specimens. Biology and Medicine, 9(2). © 2017 Rouleau N, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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