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Joe Kirschvink, from the California Institute of Technology, says his experiment can also be “repeated and verified”, something research on magnetoreception has never been able to do before.

The trial, which involved just 24 people and has not yet been peer reviewed, builds on a 2016 study that suggested other mammals, including dogs, foxes and primates have “magnetic sensors” in their eyes.
For Kirschvink’s study, participants were asked to sit in the pitch black in a Faraday cage, a structure that screens out “electromagnetic background noise’ with wire coils. Once in the cage, they were exposed to “a pure magnetic field” and nothing else.

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