What does this mean to you?
Nasrudin was sent by the King to investigate the lore of various
kinds of Eastern mystical teachers. They all recounted to him tales
of the miracles and the sayings of the founders and the great teachers,
all long dead, of their schools. When he returned home, he submitted
his report, which contained the single word "Carrots." He was called
upon to explain himself. Nasrudin told the King: "The best part is
buried; few know - except the farmer - by the green that there is
orange underground; if you don't work for it, it will deteriorate;
there are a great many donkeys associated with it."
"But how can I tell the difference?"
A passage in a Chinese dictionary gives the following definition
for the word, "animal":
"Animals are divided into (a) belonging to the Emperor; (b)
embalmed; (c) tame; (d) sucking pigs; (e) sirens; (f) fabulous; (g)
stray dogs; (h) included in the present classification; (i) frenzied;
(j) innumerable; (k) drawn with a very fine camelhair brush; (l) et
cetera; (m) having just broken the water pitcher; (n) that which from
a long way off looks like flies"
Yes, neurons are affected by magnetic fields
For a good start, try placing the four solenoids in a diamond pattern
(up, down, front, back), alternating them in a front, up, back, down
sequence (each full cycle taking ~1.2 seconds, or 8 theta cycles),
with each solenoid being "on" 1/4 of the time, where "on" is a pulse
wavetrain, 20ms between pulses, duty factor 10%. This may do something