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Is it normal for radio static to go away when I stand next to radio?
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I have noticed that if there is static on my radio if I stand next to it, the static clears up. When I go away from it, the static starts up again
Is It Normal?
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You are acting as a capacitance coupled, external antenna for the radio.
You have found your true meaning of life.
Go into the World my son and make static disappear wherever you stand (near a radio anyway)
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You're a superhero. No other explanation
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Yes it is normal. Your body is acting like an antena or signal amplifier. It might not be much but it is enough to make the staticd issapear. You can try to do the same with remote car keys by placing it under your jaw and you can unlock your car from further away.
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Mutants are real?

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Do u have a foil suit on?
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wow, I have something like that happen a lot to me too.
I find it pretty annoying though.
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If someone could explain how this could be possible, I'd really appreciate it.
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Human electricity energy is generated by chemical processes in nerve cells. Billions of nerve impulses travel throughout the human brain and nervous system. A nerve impulse is a wave of electrical activity that passes from one end of nerve cell to another. Each impulse is the same size.It is the frequency, impulses per second, that carries information about the intensity of the nerve signal.
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Thank you, I suppose that makes sense why it would effect the radio then.
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you made a statement but not a question.....
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throw away that radio
and pay a visit to pornhub. quit when your're 19. LOL! :)
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