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WARNING: The informations presentsd below represents a personal research and do not encourage people to replicate the device or to test it!!!**
Research purpose : to investigate the influence of the rotating magnetic field generated by a spinning neodymium sphere, on human body.
Conclusions : RMF device potentiate an analgesic effect on human body and accelerates human body proceses.
Side effects: no side effects reported.
Exposure time : 401 days from start
Category : Abstract
1.Rotating magnetic field (RMF) device
Materials used to create rotating magnetic field device :
neodymium magnet sphere 26 mm, 3 V-5 V dc motor, usb cable, 3,7 V external battery, screw pot magnet case 16mm (from a neodymium screw pot magnet),
Research purpose : studying the influence of the rotating magnetic field on human body.
IMPORTANT : The presented material is representing a personal
research and is not encourage people to replicate the presented device or test
RMF device setups : 3 V - DC motor ( Rated voltage: 3V Reference
current: 0.35-0.4A 3V speed: 8000 r / min) 26mm neo sphere (Article ID K-26-C
Material NdFeB Shape Sphere Diameter 26 mm Tolerance +/- 0,1 mm Coating
Chrome-plated (Ni-Cu-Ni-Cr) Manufacturing method sintered Magnetisation N38
strength approx. 9,1 kg (approx. 89,2 N) Max. working temperature 80°C Weight
69,9410 g Curie temperature 310 °C Residual magnetism Br 12200-12600 G,
1.22-1.26 T Coercive field strength bHc 10.8-11.5 kOe, 860-915 kA/m Coercive
field strength iHc ≥12 kOe, ≥955 kA/m Energy product (BxH)max 36-38 MGOe,
287-303 kJ/m³), special screw pot metal case 16 mm fixed on the neo sphere
between the magnetic poles N-S) , usb cable, external battery.
magnetic field : rotating magnetic field (RMF)
Now, what about the special metal case ? ( which alow to fix the
sphere between the magnetic poles (referin to ?N and S pole) ? ( the key element of RMF device)
It is actualy a pot neodymium magnet, but ONLY THE METAL CASE IS
NEDDED ( I heat the inside magnet for an easy remove)
For the 26 mm neodymium sphere I used a pot magnet diameter of
16 mm and a stem with an external screw thread.
Material (ref to 16 mm neodymium sphere) :NdFeB
Pot diameter: D 16 mm
Pot height H1: 5 mm
Total height : H2 13,5 mm
Thread : M M4
Tolerance +/- 0,1 mm
Coating: Nickel-plated (Ni)
Steel Q235 (China)
strenght: approx. 8 kg (approx. 78,5 N)
Max. working temperature :80°C
Weight : 7,3 g
**WARNING: ** This research do
not encourage people to replicate the device or to test it!!!
**How does human body creates electricity ? **
Electrical signals are running through our bodies.
The nervous system is sending "signals" to the brain, or synapses. In
our bodies an electrical charge is jumping from one cell to the next until it
reaches its destination. ( wires = cells)
Electrical signals are fast. Negativity is the natural resting state of our
cells (potassium and sodium ions inside and outside the cell). Potassium ions -
negative, sodium ions - positive (potassium ions inside cell >sodium ions
outside the cell)
When the membrane opens, sodium and potassium ions move freely
into and out of the cell with the result of a charge.
A human body can generate between 10 and 100 millivolts.
Source : Julia Layton
human body - a complex "chemical battery"
Can rotating magnetic field generated by a spinning neodymium
sphere influence human body cells activity?
(an electric change occurring when a magnetic field is applied to the human
answers recived to that question so far :
1."The broad answer is that, yes, magnetic fields can alter
the electrical activity of cells. This is the basis of a technique called TMS -
transcranial magnetic stimulation, whereby a powerful magnetic source is held
above the scalp. It can influence the behaviour of brain regions below the
magnetic wand, inhibiting some areas and facilitating activity in others."
2."Yes because the rotating magnetic field will generate microcurrents in
the cell which is conductive to water,salts,etc.
look up microcurrents in google"
3."Yes a magnetic field can influence the body. How and to what postive or
negative influences and levels are however undefinable at this level of
4. "Externally applied EM fields obviousy can affect body cells. How else
would NMR scans work?"
5. "Plausible. The biological activity is based on proteins, enzymes, amino acids, etc. going to a local site and attaching to something. The attachments are chemical and thus electrical charge based. Adding a magnetic field and the resulting electrical eddy currents could either enhance or inhibit a specific site attachment or change the availability of the chemical that the site receives. That could either enhance or inhibit the activity of the tissue or a pathogen."
A fixed time-varying field may induce notable currents at the macroscopic level
but much smaller ones at the cellular level . ( a human body generates between
10 and 100 mv)
Note : this research DO NOT encourage people to replicate the RMF device or to test it. research purpose only!
Related research :
1. Application of
Rotating Magnetic Fields Increase the Activity of Antimicrobials Against Wound
A. F. Junka, R. Rakoczy, P. Szymczyk, M. Bartoszewicz, P. P. Sedghizadeh &
2. Biologic Effects of Environmental Electromagnetism (pages 78,79)
De H. L. König,A. P. Krüger,S. Lang,W. Sönning
3. Effects of rotating magnetic field exposure on the functional parameters of
different species of bacteria.
Fijałkowski K1, Nawrotek P, Struk M, Kordas M, Rakoczy R.
4. ROTATING MAGNETS PRODUCE A PROMPT
ANALGESIA EFFECT IN RATS
Zhong Chen1, *, Hui Ye2
and Shaoan Yang1
Department of Spinal Surgery, Southern Medical University, Zhujiang
Hospital, GuangZhou 510282, China
Department of Biology, Loyola University, Chicago, IL 60660, US
Department of Anatomy, Medical College, Shantou University,
Guangdong 515041, China
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