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To test the hypothesis whether a preferred orientation of electric charge movements in the brain of man in static magnetic fields are observable via the magnetic field generated by this charge transport.
|Additional information||static magnetic field|
|Additional information||static magnetic field was inverted during experiment, i.e. endpoints were derived in control phase and under two oposite directions of magnetic fields.|
Exposure to static magnetic fields as used in NMR-equipment generates a new encephalo-magnetic field in brain of man. The authors found an increased energy when the field after the first exposure was inverted, but only in the frequency band between 6 and 8 Hz. The authors conclude that in the human brain a transfer of electric charges with preferential direction is caused by external magnetic fields.