An Attempt to Replicate the Spinning Chair Experiment
Baker’s (this volume) spinning chair experiment is an attractive approach for testing the hypothesis of human magnetoreception. It requires only a few students at a time rather than busloads, and can be run at a low level over a suitably long period of time. It is further amenable to a variety of double-blind controls over the magnetic field and subject positions which are difficult to achieve in the bus experiments.
KeywordsFluxgate Magnetometer Rayleigh Test Magnetic North Stereo Headphone Geographic North
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