Can anyone else see Electromagnetism?

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MrMunch19
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So in the past few months I have started seeing electromagnetism when I wake up in the morning or when I am relaxed out walking. It sparks into life in a short burst of energy, then a blink of light at the end and then it comes back in the different place. So I end up staring at it for a bit and calming my brain down, then I can't see it anymore. However I am aware it is around me and what's going on. Its weird honestly, like I don't understand why I can see it and what it means. Just odd. People think I am weird IRL, I understand why. Who see's Electromagnetism?

P.S, I also want to build a anti-gravity machine so I can move wood around with it, as well as a ether portal device. So if anyone is interested DM me.
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Traditionally? Crazies.
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Traditionally? Crazies.
I see. What does that mean?
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Bahahaha 😂😂
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I have heard that Aperture Science has some pretty exciting roles going for people with your ambitions.
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The reason people think you're weird is because you think the Pope is a heretic and that all Jews are secretly Pharisees.
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The reason people think you're weird is because you think the Pope is a heretic and that all Jews are secretly Pharisees.
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The reason people think you're weird is because you think the Pope is a heretic and that all Jews are secretly Pharisees.
No I have just held these views for about 6 months. So it can't that.
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I have heard that Aperture Science has some pretty exciting roles going for people with your ambitions.
Nice, thanks for the comment. I am looking for a few good men in a shed to be honest. However that could be an option.
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Nice, thanks for the comment. I am looking for a few good men in a shed to be honest. However that could be an option.
Cave Johnson the founder of Aperture is a visionary, you would love him.
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If you’ve been seeing weird flashes it could be a problem with your eyes, like some kind of damage to your retina. You should phone your opticians and tell them. It’s probably not serious, but you should check.
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I reckon give the X-men a call.

Seriously though, please visit a doctor. What you're seeing is very likely not 'electromagnetism', as, well, that doesn't really make sense - electromagnetic fields are just magnetic fields produced by electric charges in motion (for example electrons in a cable) so you would also be able to see magnetic fields, including the earths, your phone speakers and credit/ debit cards. Electromagnetic waves are kind of 'vibrations' in electromagnetic fields, and humans are only sensitive to some of this (visual light). If you were able to see a wider spectrum, the world would appear extremely bright due to low frequency EM waves (like IR or radio) or the world would seem extremely purple/ see through due to high frequency waves (UV/ x-ray).

In summary, 'seeing electromagnetism' would be quite different to what you described, however light/ flashes in vision should be taken seriously so please go a tell a doctor if this is actually happening.
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