TED Admirer Posted about 2 years ago What do you think about Islam? http://www.innerworlds.50megs.com/God_Helmet_field_strengths.htm In fact, the is no way the fields couldn't reach the brain. The link above goes to a review with linked references that show that many researchers have used weak magnetic fields to influence the brain. " ...the mistaken claim that the fields were too weak to affect the brain. In fact, magnetic fields do pass into and through the brain. They aren't affected by the scalp or skull, because there is no such thing as a magnetic insulator. Nothing can block a magnetic field, including the human head. It's a law of physics." I don't know where the author of the 2012 article got their information, but the laws of physics are pretty stubborn.