**The Human Field Hypothesis**

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Armstrong Okai Ababio

Hypothetically, Every Human Being is surrounded by a Human Magnetic Field. From Sir Isaac Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation, it can be deduced that this Human field has bearing with the mass of the Earth as explained below; Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation [1], [2] Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation States that every particle of Matter in the Universe attracts every other particle with a force which is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance be-tween their centres of gravity. Deducing the formula for Physical Strength, Ps, from Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation From Newton’s law of Universal Gravitation, we can say that, the force of attraction between the two bodies is with respect to their masses so that the body with the larger mass will pull more to itself the body with the smaller mass. We therefore make this analogy that, since the mass of the Earth, 5.9722×1024 kg, is so many times the mass of the ideal man, let’s say, 100kg, the ideal man should not be able to move and that if he moves then the Physical Strength, Ps, with which he is moving is proportional to the mass of the Earth, ME. That is; ⇒ Where; = Mass of the Earth = 5.9722×1024 kg K = Constant of proportionality representing acceleration due to gravity = g= 9.81m/s2 Deduction from Hypothesis Hypothetically, the Human Field, Hf, of an ideal man is directly proportional to the square of his Physical Strenght, Ps. We can therefore write; ⇒ Where; Hf = Human Field Ps = Physical Strength K = Constant of Proportionality Representing the Mass of the ideal man The above analysis is explained below to demonstate that the Ideal man can withstand the power of an atomic bomb.

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