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Does static electricity cause this?

I feel like we might kick up static electricity more than most people which causes dust and thing to more easily get agitated and float around people, or our gut bacteria behaving outer worldly and it's even more complex?
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For my type of PATM I'm convinced it's not electrical but rather some sort of weird atmospheric pressure changes i.e. knocking noises in the refrigerator (every place I've lived, new refrigerators in some places) and other ambient things I've observed that has to due with certain popping noises.  The same type of popping noises that would occur  with a partially empty plastic bottle of water as you change altitude, but all right here wherever I am.  It's outer-worldly in my opinion.
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Yea i've heard these popping noises too, i know it's outer worldy was just trying to keep that basis out, we aren't there yet.
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Not sure if it can be possible but my body always has so much electricity. But this can be a hydration problem as well
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