Magnetism is everywhere if you look for it. In biology, few look for magnetism and that is why they do not understand it. Most biologists know oxygen is critical for life, and since it is paramagnetic and drawn to magnetic fields you’d think this would make them understand why oxygen is drawn to the terminus of the respiratory proteins where the ATPase spins at a fantastic rate to generate a magnetic field. That one observation should change all of what we believe, but so far it has not made its proper mark. Any place life has mitochondria we are able to measure huge magnetic fields with SQUID’s, MEG, and EEG’s. We know this, but we don’t know what it means.