by: Martin Sagendorf
We recognize heat & cold, dry & damp, light & dark, and sound & silence. However… I find it absolutely fascinating to consider that we also live within something that we can’t see, hear, touch, or taste.
We all Know:
Our planet has a giant magnet near its core and that its field extends over the whole of the Earth’s surface. But, do we ever really think about this field that passes through soil, rocks, buildings… and us? Granted, relatively speaking this ‘field’ isn’t particularly strong. In fact, it’s a rather weak field when compared to those of a horseshoe magnet or, particularly, a modern Rare Earth magnet.