The science of MGR (Magneto-Resonance) is at the cutting edge of research in the field of neuroscience and psychology. It uses a powerful tool: the magnetic field of the Earth. The magnetic field of the Earth is what you use to magnetize objects, like a magnet, and MGR uses magnetic fields to determine where the brain is. It is a very powerful tool that has been used for decades to diagnose and treat brain disorders.
In the new MGR documentary we learn that the human brain is a very complex piece of machinery and the magnetic field can influence and enhance certain regions of the brain. That’s why magicians use magnetic fields to induce levitation, as well as induce thoughts.
MGR also tells us that it is possible to change the magnetic field of the brain using magnetic fields that are different from those used in traditional magnetic fields. These magnetic fields are called ‘Magnetic Resonance Imaging’ or MRI. This new documentary also explains how you can use MRI to detect tumors in the brain. It seems that MGR’s research is on the cutting edge of the field of MRI.
The use of magnetic fields, together with a method called Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS), is causing interest in the field of neuromagnetism. A MRS spectrum is an image showing chemical changes in the brain as a result of a magnetic field (that’s why you can put a magnet on your head to induce a magnetic field). The spectroscopy images are being used in studies of the brain to determine what chemical compounds are active in the brain.
One of the MGRs in the game is Dr. David V. Shindo, whose lab has been working on MRS since the 1970s. He has also worked with Robert L. Dolan, an engineer who is researching the use of MRS for military applications.
A recent study reported on the success of using magnetic fields to induce chemical, physiological, and biochemical changes in a person’s brain. The researchers used a magnetic field to “magnetize” the human brain. They found that a magnetic field can cause a person to become hyperactive, while a person who is not hyperactive will relax after the magnetic field has gone out.
That’s not to say that a person who has been exposed to magnetic fields will do the exact same things in their brain as someone who has never been exposed. It could be that the two brain states are in a sort of feedback loop where the magnetic field causes a person’s brain to alter.
A study conducted by the University of Maryland found that people who have spent time in a magnetic field have a stronger brainwave wave pattern. I think that would explain why they seem to be hyperactive, at least for a while.
I’m not sure if the effect is permanent or just temporary, but I think that is what it is. They’re also the only two people to have ever managed to study the effects of a magnetic field.
Theoretically. As a matter of fact, I have never thought about the magellan group in this way. They are the only people I could think of that have ever changed brainwaves while they were under the influence of a magnetic field.