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It is a very strange thing Steve. Last week I read a study on repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation plus neurofeedback training had good benefits for those with autism. That finding is consistent across a wide range of conditions where TMS helps and yet we still have no clear explanation for it. Reading this post though reminded me that after reading that article I fell asleep tinkering with some ideas concerning electron donation and that perhaps the unusual nature of iron in the body, constantly oscillating from Fe2+ to Fe3+, is a hint of why the benefit occurs.
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