Demonstration of the Human Hair Shaft as Transmitter/Receiver of Electromagnetic Forces

Abraham A. Embi

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Background: Prior research demonstrated that via a novel technique it was possible to obtain ex vivo hair tissues magnetic profiles based on microscopic nano-sized iron particles detected by Prussian Blue Stain (PBS). The present study demonstrates that magnetic signals emitted by both the ex vivo and in vivo hair follicles could penetrate glass barriers.

Methods: Two different versions of Prussian Blue Stain were used, one utilizing Potassium Ferrocyanide (Fe2) the second Potassium Ferricyanide (Fe3).  Both were mixed with nano-sized iron particles (2000 nm in diameter). Ex-vivo human hairs were “sandwiched’ between glass slides (SDW) containing either PBS Fe2 orPBS Fe3 solutions with added iron particles. The SDW was covered by a second SDW consisting of two coverslips containing the same two solutions. In addition, the coupled SDWs were placed directly on the author’s forearm and stably maintained for 4 hours. All specimens were viewed and digitally recorded via a video microscope interfaced with an Apple computer system.

Results: After the solutions in the SDWs had evaporated, the hair shafts of the ex-vivo and in vivo hairs showed replicate images through the glass barriers constructed by iron particle aggregates and associated PBS crystals detected inside the SDW.

Conclusions: The human hair shaft has intrinsic electromagnetic properties producing replicate Images when transmitted through a very thin (0.13 mm in thickness) glass barrier. Ancillary experiments showed that static electricity could alter these effects. Journal of Nature and Science (JNSCI), 2(5):e191, 2016

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