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  1. :confused:Maybe because the currents of each are opposite of each other that they barely affect each other unless the magnetic force is greater than the electrical current. I'm not sure.
  2. I know by that I mean if researchers if it is actually possible to make a device to allow that to happen.
  3. I am not quite sure if there is a theory to this subject I am bringing up, but in every science book or anything of the subject it defies this. But in a theory if you observe or even look at a model of molocules of a solid object, there is still a tiny amount of space between them. So in that thought, wouldn't that mean that somehow humans can pass through solid objects?
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