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"One effect magnets can have is that they can allow electrical fields to permeate insulators."Electric fields permeate insulators just fine without a magnet.Air, for example, is an insulator, but you can make bits of paper jump around with a comb when there is air between them."So by hanging a powerful magnet around someones arm, this could allow electrical effects to permeate the skin. "Anyone who has touched an electric fence or used a tens machine or electronic muscle stimulator knows that you do not need a magnet for the current to go through the skin."I know that radiation and powerful electrical current can cause plasma to separate out of the blood."Who was the victim and can we see the coroners report?(Obviously, if your blood separated out like that it would kill you so it figures that there will have been an official investigation.)"Sometimes the body when under constant attack really kicks in and steps up repairs. "But usually, you die.
"A permanent magnet can allow 120 volt current to breach insulation rated for 600 volts. "Got any evidence with that?"A powerful magnet placed near or on an electrical enclosure can cause the internal components to be ruined, shorted, or just mess up the communications. "Some of the strongest magnets I own are tucked away in the disk drives of my computers. They obviously do not "cause the internal components to be ruined, shorted, or just mess up the communications. ""People who die of radiation poisoning die because their blood separates out into plasma and whats left of the blood"No they don'thttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acute_radiation_syndromeThis"Over a distance from high tension power lines or fluorescent bulbs in a room, your skin does a good job of protecting your internal parts and substances." just doesn't make sense.