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Harvard is doing some research on a new technique, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. They've had a good bit of success with it. They've been able to use a frequency controlled electromagnetic pulse with a small wand that affects the brain activity in certain areas. The results have ranged from enabling or disabling speech centers to stabilizing the gait in Parkinsons victims. The effects are short term, but the more the treatments are applied the longer the effect endures.
I'm actually gonig to be doing some work with an Indy University to attempt something related to this as a possible means to incite nerve action in organs failing in MS victims. This still is not the main query here.
This winter and last fall I was able to use a system of equations to from a crude prediction of significant solar flares. By significant I mean a flare that covers more than 1.5% of the sun's disk as we see it. This was spawned last June when we experienced a massive flare and the results seemed to produce a heat wave lasting for over a month. With this system, the last 4 flares I've predicted correctly, the next prediction for around the 19th of March. The point is this:
My cat has been going into heat, completely out of synch and right around the flare of January 19th this year.. It's long been observed that solar flares tend to affect migraine sufferers and others with nerve disorders. My question is, if these flares can affect the cat and my significant other's migraines and MS, is it possible that an even more massive, and possibly even more compressed, EMP from the sun could harm human brains?