Magnet Meridian Contemporary

Aristotle discussed magnetism with Thales of Miletus. Oriental medicine refers to the meridian circles and has been treating by using the magnetic field before the invention of the acupuncture needle in the Iron Age. As the Italian philosopher Benedetto Croce has been quoted “All history is the contemporary history.”—the magnet’s cryptographic character, relevant from mimicking, daily objects, the computer network, medical devices, and space expeditions through electromagnetic fields that linked multiple cultural devices in our saturated era—these scientific developments, as a decorous bridge between the 21st and the 22nd century, will still innovate the world by giving a resolution. Far from the extreme division of its character, the magnet espoused technology and contemporary in which “laissez faire” free trade would make peace in our world.