MadSci Network: Biochemistry

Subject: How does the human body act like a magnet

Date: Mon Feb 7 14:22:42 2000
Posted by Casey Grubbs
Grade level: 4-6 School: Gier Elementary
City: Hillsdale State/Province: MI Country: USA
Area of science: Biochemistry
ID: 949954962.Bc

My mom showed me how you can thread a needle, hold it steadily over your 
wrist and it will begin to swing in a circle, then change directions (mom 
says it indicates what children she had/or would have-back and forth for a 
boy, up and down for a girl- and it works on men too)  What in the body 
makes the needle move?

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