A scientific study carried out by researchers in Iran and published by
the Journal of DentoMaxilloFacial Radiology has reported
thermoelectromagnetic convection effects in amalgam dental fillings
when subjected to MRI scanning.
The abstract from the report concludes:
"The results of this study suggest that MRI is not a completely safe
technique in patients with amalgam restorations. It was shown that the
main effect of fields led to the appearance of thermoelectromagnetic
convection, which is responsible for the enhancement of the diffusion
process, grain boundary migration and vacancy formation resulting in
As far as I know there is no electrolysis, or "galvanic activity",
involved in thermoelectromagnetic convection phenomena.
I'd say that this study proves beyond any doubt that, just like all
the rest of the metallic materials in the universe, metal amalgam
dental fillings really do have electromagnetic properties, even if the
established dental profession still maintains the habit of ignoring
these properties whenever it can.
It has been demonstrated that amalgam dental fillings generate
electrical potentials with magnitudes of up to 350 millivolts - see
It has also been demonstrated that amalgam potentials of this
magnitude arise even when the fillings are NOT IN CONTACT WITH ANY
SALIVA - see
However, even though it is possible to routinely measure amalgam
potentials using a cheap hand-operated volt-meter (see
), it appears
that experiments have still not been caried out in order to determine
the degree to which these potentials are able to dissipate electrical
energy through the nerves in people's heads.
The use of amalgams in dentistry was established long before anyone
even knew what an electron was; and it was quickly followed by the
rise to prominence of psychiatric "medicine" in our societies.
It seems eminently possible that, since it has been making judgements
from a position of ignorance in these matters for all these years, the
established dental profession has failed to recognise that the real
cause of much of the so-called "psychiatric" and/or "neurological"
disfunction in our populations is the effect of the electrical
behavior of amalgam dental fillings on the neurological system (search
Google Groups for "150 years of electric batteries in people's
Does anyone disagree?
Remember that, although it is the natural function of the human
neurologiocal system to transmit electrical signals via nerve tissue,
it is not the natural function of the human neurological system to be
permanently dissipating the electrical potentials generated by amalgam
fillings in teeth.
And don't forget, there is no electrolysis involved.
Keith P Walsh
PS "Enquiries Concerning The Electrical Properties of Dental Amalgams"
can be found at:
- posted 10 years ago