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I mentioned magnets a few weeks back, asking for research or evidence that magnets do anything to iodine. I may have come off adversarial, but, not really, just a legit question. I thought by now some evidence would have been provided, but other than a few anecdotal testimonies, saw nothing else.

I'm surprised, I mean, its known that magnets near a water line can alter the calcium-deposition corrosion that routinely occurs in water pipes, so, magnets do have at least some effect, on tap water. Its a fascinating topic. I was hoping you'd save me some reading / research time

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