I am an average person being hunted down by a homicidal cyborg. He is about 90% metal, with his only remaining organ being a brain and all other meat on him being tissues which serve only as an anchor for cybernetics.
I have exhausted just about every method of killing or hiding from a person, but I have one final plan; The world I am on has a valley between two magnitised mountains, making the valley itself a massive uniform magnetic field which I will lure my pursuer through. I'm hoping that the eddy currents produced by a conductor moving through the magnetic field will be enough to either boil his organic components by heating the metal around them, or else for magnetic breaking to cause catastrophic interference to his mechanical systems.
I would like to ask primarily if this plan is feasible at all - would the heat generated by many small circuits be enough to have any real effect? - and if my scale is reasonable - would a human-sized conductor moving in a valley-sized field cause a big enough change of flux to make powerful circuits?
Edit: This is all assuming the cybernetics are made out of non-magnetic materials everywhere possible