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Knowing Neurons is an award-winning neuroscience education and outreach website that was created by young neuroscientists. The global team members at Knowing Neurons explain complicated ideas about the brain and mind clearly and accurately using powerful images, infographics, and animations to enhance written content. With an extensive social media presence, Knowing Neurons has become an important science communication outlet and resource for both students and teachers.

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Knowing Neurons is an award-winning neuroscience education and outreach website that was created by young neuroscientists. The global team members at Knowing Neurons explain complicated ideas about the brain and mind clearly and accurately using powerful images, infographics, and animations to enhance written content. With an extensive social media presence, Knowing Neurons has become an important science communication outlet and resource for both students and teachers.

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    1. @BEA DM, magnetoreception is present is a very small way in the retina but doesn’t appear to have any usefulness in navigation, and couldn’t technically be called a “sense” since we can neither consciously detect or make use of it, and it may just be there as a part of some mechanism related to processing visual information. Overload from devices has no effect, sadly we’re just as magnetically insensitive in a Van Eck EMF quiet room as anywhere else.

      1. Hello… bio-genic Magnetite has been found in human Dura and Hippocampus, also in many other organs including heart. Some scientists believe that magnetite is the storage location for memory, like iron-oxide is the storage location for sounds and images on VHS tapes.

        And just as a VHS tape can be erased (degaussed) with a strong EMF Field, our memories can be erased (amnesia) with a strong electric shock such as is used in ECT.

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