One might remember a previous article referring to the navigational capacity of birds [see Birds And Quantum Entanglement]. In this article for Aeon, Philip Jaekl argues that this capacity developed early on in evolution, and is present in animals as well as human beings.. This article prompts us to ask several questions: why do humans, like animals, have magnetite in their brains? How will this magnetoreceptive sense be affected with the presence of 5G and other high frequency technologies?
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