Consciousness Can Be Understood As An Electromagnetic Phenomenon

Consciousness Can Be Understood As An Electromagnetic Phenomenon

It seems that the consciousness can be understood as an electromagnetic phenomenon. Check out the latest reports about this below.

The amazing connection between our consciousness and electromagnetism

There are different theories regarding the connection between consciousness and electromagnetism. One of them is the electromagnetic field theory, which suggests that consciousness arises when the brain generates an electromagnetic field with distinct features. Two proponents of this theory are Susan Pockett and Johnjoe McFadden, although William Uttal has expressed criticism towards McFadden’s and other similar field theories.

There are various quantum mind theories that explore the relationship between consciousness and fields such as electromagnetism. However, these theories typically do not consider consciousness to be solely an electromagnetic phenomenon.

According to Wikipedia, AR Liboff has proposed that “incorporating EM field-mediated communication into models of brain function has the potential to reframe discussions surrounding consciousness.”

AR Liboff has suggested that including EM field-mediated communication in brain function models has the potential to redefine our perceptions.

Strong connection between electromagnetism, blood flow and coagulation 

The field of hemodynamics is filled with many unknowns and uncertainties. The amount of effort required to move blood through the systemic circulation is greater than the effort exerted by the left ventricle. As a result, blood experiences increased resistance between heartbeats, which can be observed through changes in the Womersley number and the rhythm of the accompanying electrocardiogram (ECG). Coagulation is heavily influenced by viscoelastic transformation.

It is believed that there may be a connection between the resistance of blood flow and ECG readings. In order to study the effects of electromagnetic fields on blood coagulation, an experiment was conducted on 25 healthy individuals (15 males and 10 females, aged 18-57). Venous blood samples were exposed to an oscillating electromagnetic field (500-5000 Hz) with a square wave input signal for a period of 3-10 minutes. The results showed a decrease in platelets (up to 10-23 × 109/L), prothrombin index (up to 9-10%), and fibrinogen concentration (up to 0.20-0.21 g/L) in normal blood samples, as well as thrombolysis after blood stasis. Additionally, the electric field from myocardial depolarization can initiate electroacoustic phenomena.

Did you know that there is a force called the repulsing electromagnetic force that affects red blood cells? This force, along with the pulse pressure from the heart, promotes blood flow and changes in its viscosity and elasticity. The magnetic properties of hemoglobin also play a role in these changes. Interestingly, external electromagnetic signals can even influence the blood coagulation process, including thrombolysis.

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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