UPDATE: I've got something really important to add to this that I forgot yesterday. People with greater incidence of legacy proteins related to our Neanderthal heritage deposit iron in the brain in different patterns than people who don't have evidence of expression of legacy proteins. It is widely accepted that this may be related to the need to manage blood clotting and blood loss for tribal combat and also a way to manage one's trace minerals in diets that are iron-rich in summer and iron-poor in winter. It might also in fact be an evolutionary adaptation to retain balance, equilibrium and rational thinking during a magnetic reversal. Genes at the other end of the human spectrum, Homo Sapiens, have very different patterns and they don't absorb iron as well or cope with hematochromic levels as well. Sociopaths are purely a phenomenon of Homo Sapiens - is it possible that with the mass media dominated by sociopathic personalities, they'd be far likelier to demonstrate strange behaviours during magnetic changes in the Earth's field? Their brains could be regarded as maladapted for reversal environments. Sorry fellas, I think Tex is onto something here. It also explains the frequency of anemia in journalists.
Something weird. Something weird. Been happening for months now. Sorcha Faal doesn't know her ass from a hole in the ground. I linked to her site because she's got all five videos on the left side of that page. This isn't HAARP or something manmade. It's something scarier. Disruptions in the magnetic field almost certainly make humans act violent and do crazy things. There's no doubt about it. Do increasingly more powerful shifts in the magnetic field make humans talk gibberish? If you were in the backyard and your uncle started to talk this way, you'd have a laugh and chalk it up to him getting a bit tongue tied. If somebody does this on a national broadcast, people take notice. If four people in a row do it within a few months of each other, you'd have to be daft not to wonder if something is going on here. What is the earth's magnetic field doing down there? Some people would be more affected than others, for various reasons. I've heard journalists are often anemic from their hectic lifestyles. You need iron in your brain for it to actually function correctly. If a person has lost enough iron in their brain, would they be the first to show erratic or odd behaviour from strange shifts in the earth's magnetic field? I'd say there's something going on here. That's my hunch and if you've been visiting this site for any length of time you know I'm often in the ballpark somewhere when I get one of these hunches.