what is the point of view of taoist pratictioners about electro magnetic fields?
I ask because today I purchased a Wifi router, and after switching it on, I felt a little nervous.
Maybe just somatization, what do you think?
you can check an ekg of a person with power on vs with power off (where all the ekg measures is internal body electrical waves) and see that the 60hz is showing up on the ekg when the power is on.. meaning your physical heart is now oscillating at that rate also..
only heard that once
also read that chi may be gravitomagnetic.. you can do a web search on it
This approximate reformulation of gravitation as described by general relativity makes a “fictitious force” appear in a frame of reference different from a moving, gravitating body. By analogy with electromagnetism, this fictitious force is called the gravetomagnetic force, since it arises in the same way that a moving electric charge creates a magnetic field, the analogous “fictitious force” in special relativity. The main consequence of the gravetomagnetic force, or acceleration, is that a free-falling object near a massive rotating object will itself rotate. This prediction, often loosely referred to as a gravitomagnetic effect, is among the last basic predictions of general relativity yet to be directly tested. A group at Stanford University is currently analyzing data from the first direct test of GEM, the Gravity B satellite experiment. Frame-dragging is often mentioned as a gravitomagnetic effect, but the Lense-Thirring effect (precession) may be a more appropriate example
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