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Optional Cause to Alzheimer Disease: Too High Screening of the Electromagnetic Mutual-Inductance Between Axons in the Brain

Authors: Israel Fried

Electromagnetic (EM) self-inductance of a single axon about itself was measured and show no significant influence on the electric conductance in the axon (Scott 1971). Recent works regard EM mutual inductance (EMMI) between parts of the same axon. AS far as I know, there is no work regarding EMMI between different axons. Here suggested a theoretical option that too high screening of EMMI between many axons in the brain causes to the Alzheimer disease (AD). Accordingly, suggested theoretical options for preventing AD and using EEG for monitoring EMMI shielding, and thus, AD status. Also, suggested research methods for proving EEMI between multi myelinated axons and its screening. Also suggested to measure the memory of many million people during a major geomagnetic storm on Earth due to sun eruption, in order to find out the level of shielding in many million people and getting alarm, years before the common signs of AD appears, and start active actions to prevent AD. Note: Since the ideas in this article are theoretical, yet without laboratory research, one should not regard these ideas as clinical suggestions.

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