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That may be your opinion about the Zeeman effect but I doubt anyone shares it.Just for the record, people are exposed to huge magnetic fields during MRI scans. It doesn't affect them at all. You can get a strong magnetic fiels from a decent rare earth magnet to give a measurable Zeeman effect- but you can't feel that field- never mind the idea that it produces pain.I presume that there are MRI images of monkeys too so there's little evidence for your assertion that "The monkey cries from pain" and none whatsoever for "the electron also cries from pain "As for "Maybe somebody will understand why the spectrum of atom splits on the supplementary spectral lines when the electron becomes " excited in the Zeeman's conditions" and emits from the atom as a photon in the " Anomalous Zeeman Effect".Yes, someday they will, because they already do.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeeman_effectDescribing your idea as "speculative" would be flattering it.
Show me a Great Scientist who rubbishes conventional Science when he makes the next great leap.There are many non-Scientists who do this, though.