The Reason Luminous Paint Glows in the Dark, the Human Body Emitting Radio Waves, American Physician John Shank’s Precision Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technology, and Shank Undergoing Magnetic Resonance Imaging Annually to Prove the Safety of the Technology

Paint which contains luminous zinc sulfide illuminates in the dark because the zinc atoms absorb light energy. When the lighting in a room is off, the zinc atoms release their energy which makes them phosphorescent. Similarly, when the water molecules within the human body are hit with a high magnetic field, they emit radio waves. It's possible to detect these signals and create maps of the inside terrain of the body. Dr. John Shank helped develop a magnetic resonance imaging aparatus which was ...

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