We constructed a relative geomagnetic palaeointensity (RPI) record for the central part of the section by using the natural remanent magnetisation (NRM) after demagnetisation in alternating fields of 15m T and by employing anhysteretic remanent magnetisation (ARM), low-field susceptibility (K) and "saturation" remanent magnetisation ("S"IRM) as normalisers.
Each of the major sources of the so-called steady field undergoes changes that produce transient variations, or disturbances.
The obtained RPI record allows for indirect dating of the LPSS at Sütto by correlation with the GLOPIS and the PISO stack.
The derived age model is in agreement with the OSL-based chronostratigraphy, but contradicts the chronology based on the correlation between the susceptibility record and marine isotope stratigraphy (MIS), which gives rise to the hypothesis of a possible decoupling of the palaeoclimate in the Carpathian Basin and the marine realm during early MIS 3.
It doesn't take much to stimulate the human body's electro-magnetic circuitry, in fact a small change in the local environment is enough to create a change in awareness.
People who visit ancient temples and megalithic sites often describe such a sensation.