Can you move water with a magnet?

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Christianity is loosely based on Eastern Philosophy.
Well it is definitely a mix and a lot of pagan philosophies as well. For example Catholic meaning Universal) religion, the official Roman religion, is a composite of various religious writings which were brought together to form that which is known as the Christian religion. Many of the writings were assembled from various sources, and brought into, and comprised the books of the Bible.
 
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The Christian religion is Eastern mythology with a sprinkling of ancient Sumerian traditions.
Well can't forget the Aramaic also such as Zoroastrianism. And some Egyptian although I am sure that can all be traced back to ancient Iraq and or Sumerian. I am sure Christians would kick themselves if they knew they were following Iraqi stories. :ROFLMAO: I do have a feeling we did go into Iraq to get a hold of some ancient knowledge they didn't want revealed.
 
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I am not sure what chemistry problems you are having I would have to have a little more information. Notwithstanding I will give it a go. Give me an example of what you are talking about would help a lot.
My original question was can you move water with a magnet. The answer would be yes you can. How do you arrive at a correct answer? You reverse engineer the sentence. Start with the word magnetic. Goggle up and research the different types of magnets.
Magnetism is a class of physical phenomena that are mediated by magnetic fields. Electric currents and the magnetic moments of elementary particles give rise to a magnetic field, which acts on other currents and magnetic moments. Magnetism is one aspect of the combined phenomenon of electromagnetism. The most familiar effects occur in ferromagnetic materials, which are strongly attracted by magnetic fields and can be magnetized to become permanent magnets, producing magnetic fields themselves. Only a few substances are ferromagnetic; the most common ones are iron, cobalt and nickel and their alloys. The prefix ferro- refers to iron, because permanent magnetism was first observed in lodestone, a form of natural iron ore called magnetite, Fe3O4.
Although ferromagnetism is responsible for most of the effects of magnetism encountered in everyday life, all other materials are influenced to some extent by a magnetic field, by several other types of magnetism. Paramagnetic substances such as aluminum and oxygen are weakly attracted to an applied magnetic field; diamagnetic substances such as copper and carbon are weakly repelled; while antiferromagnetic materials such as chromium and spin glasses have a more complex relationship with a magnetic field. The force of a magnet on paramagnetic, diamagnetic, and antiferromagnetic materials is usually too weak to be felt and can be detected only by laboratory instruments, so in everyday life, these substances are often described as non-magnetic
So what this article is saying is that there are lots of particulates the will repeal against a magnet including oxygen, which is very weak if you had iron in the water the force would be greater. Hope this helps.
 
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Your cognitive behaviour is predicated on Dopamine levels up and down. That is in the realm of physiology a different vector then electromagnetism. Good and evil cannot exist at the same time. Although we have a very very weak magnetic field we produce. We cannot increase the field without dire consequences can,t happen.
What you are talking about is Behaviour modification. My Dad use to tell me I was stupid in my younger years, I became over time and acted out , what he stated. I started to believe it. However when I joined the Military at age 18 my IQ was tested at 163. The point being you become what you believe or what you believe what others tell you. Our attitudes can be manipulated by our cognitive thoughts or we can manipulate others with our thoughts we create. To move external objects we would have to have a transformer to increase our own gravitational field to create a force. Technology is simply not there at this time. Hope this helps.
Could I get a little bit of what you're smoking? My batshit quotient has been slipping a little the last few weeks.
 
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water itself is non-magnetic however it can be affected by the gravitational pull of the moon and sun, hence the tides.
 
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You get a pan to put water in. Can,t use distilled water. Get a styrofoam block to float on the water and a glass tube and a magnet. Fill the glass tube up with the water and stick it into the styrofoam block turn it over and let it float in the water. Let it get still then move the magnet close to the glass it will move it slowly.
An experiment! Science in action, so cool.
 
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All matter can be moved by the magnetic. All matter is magnetic. The magnetic IS one half of all matter.
 
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How so? Since we are mostly water and people who are filled with a lot of hate or sadness they do then to get cancer and die sooner of other aliments. So that would only make sense that thought can change water.

I actually did an experiment once and I focused my thought and energy into giving a bottle of water energy and thinking of it having caffeine it in it. Sure enough I drink it the next day instead of coffee and it woke me up fast. Sure it could have all been in my head but it worked.
Could be the placebo effect. I doubt it is possible to physically change water's properties by thinking really hard.
 
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The way you put all that I really can't argue with you. Very well said. I just want to add to your second paragraph on it is quite interesting how similar the two religions are and even on their own religions they fight each other over who is right. Those 2 religions work well for divide and conquer that is for sure.
Kinda funny how a discussion on the magnetic properties of water turned into a talk on good and evil (not that that is a bad thing- not meant to be offensive)
 

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