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|Subject: Dowser vs. SQUID Fri May 25, 2007 6:41 pm|| |
I find it very interesting that medical machines are now dowsing to the 50,000 cell level, and wondering just how far our own dowsing abilities go, as I read this article. I can dowse a pimple 10,000 miles away so I'd gather we are still in the ball game anyway by comparing a dowser's ability, to this costly and complex system in a man vs machine comparison to the latest magnetic detection system.
All of the research centers around superconducting quantum interference devices, called SQUIDs, and their ability to use magnetic nanoparticles targeting small clusters of cells.
Nanoparticles would be injected into patients, then the SQUID would "detect that the nanoparticles have bound to the tumor or the disease,"
Flynn estimates the instrument would cost $150,000 to $250,000 depending on the number of sensors. By contrast, MRI machines run $1.5 million
...I guess I'll be sticking to my 19 cent Bic pen !
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