Fish can do it.
Rats can do it.
Why can't we?
Well, who says we can't feel magnetic changes in our environment like the animals do?
This article may shed some light on why some people report sensations from changes in environmental fields, including growing electro-pollution. A fascinating read, just the kind of evidence needed to debunk naysayers' assumptions!
Of course, other biological impacts and factors may be contributing to physical experience of the fields, including the actual damage in process to cellular and system function. A person's metal burden (stored heavy metals and chemicals) could also be factors. Metals especially would interact with electromagnetic waves. But this finding is important and the next step is to look for magnetic sensor in human cells.
Discovery of magnetic sensors in fish and rats may explain why some people can 'feel' wi-fi, smart meters, power lines and electropollution
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of NaturalNews.com