Can you turn magnetic after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine?
Let me show you HOW to check if you are really magnetic, or just sticky!
Can COVID-19 Vaccine Make You Magnetic?
Many people believe that the COVID-19 vaccine can turn you magnetic, allowing you to stick spoons, forks and even plates to your body!
Here are just a few examples of people sharing how they can now stick objects to their bodies after getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
How To Check If You’re Magnetic With COVID-19 Vaccine?
Okay, let me show you how to check if you are really magnetic after getting the COVID-19 vaccine!
Step 1 : Do The Test BEFORE And AFTER Vaccination
Now, this is an important step. You need to check if you are already magnetic BEFORE you get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Then check AFTER you get the COVID-19 vaccine, and compare your ability to stick objects onto your skin.
After all, if you are already magnetic before you get the COVID-19 vaccine, then your Magneto-like power really has nothing to do with the vaccine.
Step 2 : Get A Magnet
Now, some people will insist that you get a neodymium magnet, because it’s the strongest magnet you can buy.
That’s not necessary. Even a fridge magnet will do.
Step 3 : Prepare Both Magnetic + Non-Magnetic Objects
Prepare a selection of magnetic and non-magnetic objects. Not just forks and spoons please.
Use the magnet to test and confirm that they are magnetic or non-magnetic. Not all metal objects are magnetic.
For magnetic objects, get those that do not have a flat surface, like ball bearings or steel paper clips.
For non-magnetic objects, get those that are light and have a smooth and flat surface, like a plastic card or the cover of a plastic container.
Step 4 : Place Them On Your Skin
Place the magnetic objects onto your skin lightly. Do NOT press them into your skin.
- If they quickly stick to your skin despite not being flat, it would suggest that you are magnetic.
- If they fall off, then you are not magnetic at all.
Verify that by placing the non-magnetic objects onto the same part of your body.
- If they also stick like the magnetic objects, then you most likely have sticky skin.
- if they don’t stick like the magnetic objects, then you could really be magnetic.
Step 5 : Test If Magnet Attracts + Repels
Place the magnet on your skin, but not using its flat side. If you are using a round fridge magnet, place it on its edge.
- If you feel the magnet pull or repel, then you are likely magnetic.
- If you do not feel the magnet pull or repel, then you are not magnetic.
That’s because magnets have poles, and if your body is magnetic, it can either pull the magnet towards your skin, or push it away.
Step 6 : Pull Magnet Slowly Away From Skin
This extra step is for those who believe they feel the magnet stick to their skin.
Pull the magnet gently away from your skin, while looking carefully at your skin.
- If your skin pulls towards the magnet, then you are likely magnetic.
- If your skin does not pull towards the magnet, then you are not magnetic.
Magnetic attraction applies in both directions. If you pull a magnet away from a magnetic object, it will “drag” the magnetic object with it.
Step 7 : Place Magnet On Clothed Body Part
This test lets you rule out sweaty, oily skin as the reason for objects sticking to it.
Place the magnet on a clothed body part, or just cover the skin you tested earlier with a piece of cloth or paper.
If your body is truly magnetic, the magnet will stick to your skin even with the cloth or paper in between.
If the magnet falls off once you place a piece of cloth or paper between it and your skin, then you are not magnetic at all.
That’s actually how magnetic boards and fridge magnets work.
Are You Magnetic With COVID-19 Vaccine?
After running those tests, you should be able to determine for yourself if the COVID-19 vaccine really turned you magnetic.
You will likely now realise that those objects sticking to your skin are either not magnetic at all, or are just sticking to your skin because they are flat.
It is important to use the tests above to confirm that you are magnetic. Just because objects are sticking to you does not necessarily mean you are now Magneto.
In my next article – Magnet Challenge : Real Reason Why Things Stick To You!, I will share with you the real reason why people can stick objects to their skin.
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