The battle for the magneticman.com domain on the Internet

Prof. dr. dr Gerhard Ruhenstroth-Bauer and Magnetic Man in the Max Planck Institute

There is a fierce battle for the magneticman.com domain on the Internet.

Many people associate the term magnetic man with the british music group or with science fiction movie characters like X-Men , Spider-Man, Magneto and actors in Hollywood.

This term ” magneticman ” described in ancient cultures was about an altered state of Human Consciousness.

This altered state of Consciousness relates to Franz Anton Mesmer who lived 200 years ago.

Since that time, science has made tremendous progress. With today’s scientific advances genetics and Neuroscience research, we can study the phenomena of Human Consciousness as never before.

There are many uneducated opinions about this human consciousness on internet but these sceptics should be ignored.

We are living in a whole new era where science advances have unlocked many mysteries and much more is being learned about human genetic and consciousness.

I am happy and hopeful that the magneticman domain can focus on real accomplishments and not be distracted by largely unqualified detractors.

 

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Max Planck Institute – Genetic Research – Human Consciousness

Scientific Knowledge.

Prof. dr. dr. Gerhard Ruhenstroth-Bauer and Miroslaw Magola in the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Martinsried, a suburb of Munich

Science is a way of knowing about the natural world, based on reproducible observations, controlled experiments and theoretical reasoning.

In the modern world, all citizens need to be scientifically literate.

I would like to show my demonstration in a live television program or a talk show in the United States of America ( CNN , CBS , NBC or Fox the main US television network ) and in this way I would like to start a new discussion about genetic research and human consciousness.

A photo of Prof. Dr. Dr. Gerhard Ruhenstroth-Bauer and Miroslaw Magola in the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Martinsried, a suburb of Munich in Germany.