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This article appears to be written by a person not entirely fluent in the English language. Its introductory section is difficult to understand because it consists of phrases lifted verbatim from technical-sounding sources. Rewriting would be of benefit. There is an absence of analysis and synthesis in this article. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 00:19, 20 January 2015 (UTC)
It is worth to mention that all indicated causes of the effect are only the discussed hypotheses, among many others. One could add to the list, with true grounds.
Each of the statements in Magnetobiology can be confirmed by references to publications in good scientific journals. This, however, would make the article less readable. Instead, all those references, as well as much of other useful information on magnetobiology, can be found in the monograph "Magnetobiology," the reference to which in wiki Magnetobiology is anonymously vandalized. The monograph has been published by a leading scientific publisher, with the foreword by a Nobel Prize winner. Removal of the reference to the book on magnetobiology from Magnetobiology is not reasonable, at least. Anonymous comments on the personality of the author of the book are not relevant and do serve just as the disguise of vandalism.
The current reference list is currently not in wp:in-line citation format like the one I just added. I'll make them "Further reading" instead, as it seems more appropriate, but it would be appreciated if they were linked to the claims they represent (in in-line citation format). Mikael Häggström (talk) 05:03, 24 April 2011 (UTC)
OK for changing References to Further reading, tho it is really not essential. However other editings were not relevant, please respect professionalism and substantiate big changes. Please be attentive when editing: 0.1 mT = 1 G, not 10 G. Then, millitesla is associated with gauss, and abbreviated mT with G. VNB (talk) 06:45, 24 April 2011 (UTC)