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Electromagnetic Interferences (Emi) and their Effect on the Nervous System

Electromagnetic Interferences (Emi) and their Effect on the Nervous System



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Published by: omeganews on Sep 17, 2009
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 By Dr. Nagi Hatoum, M.D., M.S.E.E.
Wednesday, March 07, 2007 
Prior to the recent post industrial revolution, human exposure to electromagnetic energies was restricted tonatural occurring radiation. In the last 50 years, man made electromagnetic energy leaking into the environmenthas grown exponentially. This leaked electromagnetic energy is not intentional and causes interferences with theenvironment and human body. The power density of electromagneticinterference in an average urban environmentsince 1945. Light pollution is 1 to 1 correlated with electromagnetic energy leaking into the environment. Where thereis artificial light there is electromagnetic interferences. 
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This is a photograph of 1,301 florescent light tubes arrayed in a field beneathstandard high power electrical lines. The energy causing them to glow is themagnetic field leaked by those high power electrical lines into the environment. (IsIt Magic or Is It Art?
) Originally these interferences were only a concern when disturbing the normal operation of other machineries likeradios and medical devices. In the recent 15 years, however, there has been growing awareness thatelectromagnetic interferences were affecting the human body. Mostnotable was the concern that cellphone usage and high power linescaused cancers and diseases.
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 In what way do electromagnetic interferences affect the nervous system?
The frequency of the electromagnetic interference is a very important parameter that determines its interactionwith the human body. Cellphone radiations are at higher frequencies then powerline radiation, over a milliontimes higher. High frequencies tend to penetrate less and heat human tissue, just like microwave oven frequenciesthat heat the upper layers of foods and leave the lower layer colder. It has been speculated that high frequencyelectromagnetic energies might interfere and resonate with DNA and other cellular apparatus which might trigger cancerous changes. The US government tested high power microwave weapons that had the ability to disruptanimal and human behavior; which was attributed to heating of the brain by microwaves. Below 100 KHz the main effect of electromagnetic interferences is the production of electric currents within the body. Power transmission and domestic electricity work in this range (50 to 60 Hz). 
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