Magnetism is all around us. Here you can find out how magnetism affects everything around you.
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Magnetism is at work all around you. Even our Earth is a giant magnet!
What was once fringe science is becoming mainstream — scientists now believe that humans may be able to detect Earth's magnetic field.
Scientists have a new lead on what gives some animals the ability to sense Earth's magnetic field.
The magnets found in an MRI machine are incredibly powerful. It can pull a stethoscope right out of a doctor's lab coat. So what would happen if you forgot to take out an earring? Ouch!