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Abstract

nes aw nd nesto Ball l ignthing a ll in ht e clinical and psychiatric practice Their f indings are published rain ? to stimulate neural activity in the in the journal Physics Letters A. Ball lightning is a rare event and human brain. Rapidly changing (Source : University of Innsbruck) one that has yet to be fully under- and sufficiently strong magnetic stood. A new study out of the Uni- fields induce electrical fields in the M e a su ring ht e “World ’s versity of Innsbruck suggests that brain—specifically, in neurons of ce a n ” it may all be in the mind. Literally. the visual cortex. The “World ’s Ocean” comprises The researchers calculated that the “In the clinical application of 97.3% of the total water on Earth magnetic f ield of long lightning TMS, luminous and apparent ly a nd consists of our f ive na med strokes could possibly produce the real visual perceptions in vary- oceans: Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, ball image, also known as phos- ing shapes and colors within the Arctic, and Southern. According phenes, in the brain. A phosphene v isua l f ield of t he pat ients a

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Published: Aug 1, 2010

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