So I briefly rested the side of my head on the back of my iPad. It had its magnetic smart cover attached, which has many small rare earth permanent magnets (type of magnets unconfirmed). My head was rested near the speaker (having its own magnetic properties) and smart cover magnetic attachment. After I did this, I thought about it later and realized that the interaction between these magnets and my brain could be bad. I know that MRIs are used with stronger magnets, but at the same time, as far as I know, those magnets aren't as close to your head (and the magnetic strength decreases by distance squared away, correct?) So, did I fry anything in my head? Here's more details about the magnets in the iPad, iPad smart cover: "link" [Broken] Interesting clips: Thanks!