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Motorcycle Cancer Risk and ELF EMF Radiation Invasion of
Gastrointestinal and Bone Marrow Melatonin

Patent-granted Canadian author Randall Dale Chipkar discovered a motorcycle-
melatonin link raising red flags for the motorcycle industry worldwide.
Motorcyclist health concern includes cancer, crohn’s, colitis, heart disease,
hypertension, diabetes, impotence, etc. Chipkar developed the Electromagnetic
Pro-Ionization Principle for motorcyclist safety from ELF EMF magnetic radiation
exposure.

“My YouTube motorcycle cancer risk videos prove excessive ELF EMF magnetic
field radiation above motorcycle seats,” says motorcyclist Randall Dale Chipkar. “
Cancer-controversial ELF EMF’s flooding millions of motorcyclists is
unacceptable especially for avid rider cancer survivors and chronic illness
patients,” says Chipkar.

“Melatonin is our cancer-growth fighting hormone. Extremely low frequency
electromagnetic fields (ELF EMFs) disrupt the synthesis and role of melatonin
increasing the risk of illness and cancer. The gastrointestinal tract (GIT) is our
main supplier of both paracrine and endocrine melatonin which are vital for
inhibiting cancer-growth throughout the body,” Chipkar adds.

“Motorcycle ELF EMFs also penetrate bone marrow melatonin. Bone marrow
melatonin controls oxidation and cytotoxicity for developing red blood cells, white
blood cells, stem cells, dendritic cells, B-cells, T-cells, NK-cells, etc. Bone marrow
bio-electric homeostasis and cell formations are crucial for immune system
defense against pathogens, disease and cancer,” adds Chipkar.

“Cumulative ELF EMF intervention of melatonin raises concern for degenerative
diseases associated with the autoimmune system and the autonomic nervous
system including both the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems. Concern
involves ion efflux, cell communication, cell proliferation, cell division, free radical
scavenging, etc. Melatonin is relevant to reproductive hormone dependant
tissues such as prostate, testicular, breast-mammary, ovarian tissue, etc.,”
Chipkar says.

Further ELF EMF-melatonin prolonged exposure concern includes breast cancer
medication interference, breast cancer, endometrial cancer, ovarian cancer, colon
cancer, kidney cancer, prostate cancer, pancreatic cancer, depression,
migraines, immune deficiency, ileitis, inflammation, gastrointestinal disorder, free
radicals, blood disorder, yeast, arthritis, osteoporosis, oxidative stress, apoptosis,
gallstones, PMS, degenerative disease, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Lou Gehrig’s,
Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, multiple sclerosis, leukemia, melanoma, fibromyalgia,
etc. Melatonin compromise also affects seratonin, insulin, glucose, testosterone,
estrogen, adrenaline, etc.,” says Chipkar.

“People have a right to physiological integrity without synthetic electromagnetic
intervention. The spirit of motorcyclist safety needs to encompass emerging
technological health issues to confirm consumer confidence,” adds Chipkar.

ELF EMFs are classified as a potential carcinogen. ELF EMF’s penetrating
presence narrowly escapes direct carcinogen classification by instigating
carcinogenesis through indirect bio-chemical chain reactions. The world
renowned BioInitiative Report proves ELF EMF danger urging precaution and
stricter safety standards for public safety,” Chipkar says.

“Presently there are no rational regulations whatsoever to protect motorcyclists
from oscillating-current excessive ELF EMF magnetic radiation emission
penetrating the groin and entire torso,” Chipkar says.

A new classification of ‘pro-ionizing’ radiation is appropriate. For a more practical
evaluation of non-ionizing radiation, I developed the Electromagnetic Pro-
Ionization Principle to assist in public health risk reassessment.

“Conquering cancer requires our utmost attention concerning any potential
cancer causation, cancer-growth promotion or cancer medication disruption.
Cancer metastasis targets bone marrow, brain, liver, lungs, lymph nodes, etc.,”
Chipkar adds.

The Motorcycle Cancer Book won the 2011 Health/Medical eLIT Bronze Award
and Silver Medal for Randall Dale Chipkar, the Health eBook Award-2012
International Book Awards and the IBA Health: Men's Health Finalist Award.

Randall Dale Chipkar can be seen in a YouTube motorcycle cancer television
interview part 1. You can see part 2 of the interview at the motorcycle cancer
video page for rider safety. Randall Dale Chipkar developed The Motorcycle
Cancer Risk Worldwide Petition and the Electromagnetic Pro-Ionization Principle
to encourage the motorcycle industry for safer vehicles.

Contact:

Randall Dale Chipkar
The Motorcycle Cancer Book
Chipkar Health Concepts Limited
http://www.motorcyclecancer.com
Electromagnetic Pro-Ionization Principle

When various non-ionizing, non-thermal electromagnetic exposures promote
adverse ion/electron bio-effects that affect health over time, such radiations
warrant emission identification, pro-ionizing sub-classification, and health risk
recognition for public safety conservation.

Randall Dale Chipkar

Melatonin

ELF EMF magnetic field radiation invasion is associated with many detrimental
bio-effects. One of the most profound effects is the disruption of both the
production and role of melatonin. This is most disturbing as melatonin is our
natural anti-cancer-growth hormone. Below is a comprehensive list of how
important melatonin homeostasis is to our physiology. Special thanks to the
Biogenesis website for this research.

Health Benefits and Biological Function of Melatonin

Aging & Life Extension

Melatonin secretion declines rapidly in tandem with the Aging Process

Melatonin possesses distinct Life Extension properties:
Melatonin treated mice live for an average 20% longer than untreated mice.
Photographs of "old" mice treated with Melatonin reveal that their fur is thick and
lustrous and their bodies firm and streamlined, while the untreated mice have
flabby bodies and wrinkled necks and scruffy coats that are graying in patches.

Cardiovascular System

Melatonin regulates the tone of the (Cerebral) Arteries.
Melatonin protects the Brain against the Oxidation caused by the reduced Blood
Circulation to the Brain that occurs during Cerebral Insufficiency.
Supplemental Melatonin lowers blood pressure in hypertension patients.
Restoring low endogenous Melatonin levels to normal (via Melatonin
supplementation) may help to prevent ischemic heart disease. Melatonin protects
the brain against the toxic effects of ischemia. Melatonin facilitates the production
of platelets and decreases the fluidity of platelets (and is therefore useful in the
treatment of thrombocytopenia). Melatonin minimizes the damage to organs that
occurs as a result of shock (due to the antioxidant properties of Melatonin).
Melatonin reduces the extreme fatigue, depression and impaired immunity that
often occur as after-effects of stroke.

Cells

Melatonin inhibits excessive inappropriate, excessive apoptosis (cellular suicide).
Melatonin is capable of influencing every cell within the human body: A Receptor
specific to Melatonin has been identified inside the nucleus of the body's cells.
This Nuclear Melatonin Receptor is believed to account for the ability of
Melatonin to cause profound and varied changes throughout the body. Melatonin
(unlike other hormones) therefore does NOT require a specific Receptor on the
outer Cell Membrane to permit it to enter into Cells. After its release from the
Pineal Gland during the night, Melatonin travels to the Nucleus of all of the body's
Cells where it then communicates important regulatory "instructions" to the
Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) of the Cell these instructions probably include
"youth instructions" that permit each Cell to behave as though it were younger
than its chronological age. Melatonin stabilizes Cell Membranes. Melatonin
prevents Free Radicals from damaging (fragmenting) the Deoxyribonucleic Acid
(DNA) content of Cells: Melatonin protects the DNA content of Chromosomes
from Free Radicals damage and Radioactivity damage.

Digestive System

Melatonin alleviates the symptoms of Colitis.
Melatonin helps to protect against damage caused to the Duodenum from oral
intake of Alcohol (ethanol).
Melatonin helps to prevent Gallstones.
Melatonin exerts protective effects on the Gastric Mucosa.
Melatonin prevents (Stress-induced) Gastric Ulcers in 83% of people.
Melatonin helps to prevent Pancreatitis (due to the Antioxidant effects of
Melatonin).
Melatonin helps to protect against damage caused to the Stomach from oral
intake of Alcohol (ethanol).

Excretory System

Melatonin prevents the Free Radical damage caused to the Kidneys by
substances such as Doxorubicin and Mercury (due to the Antioxidant properties
of Melatonin).
Eyes/Vision

Melatonin helps to prevent the progressive death of Photoreceptors that occurs
during the progression of Retinitis Pigmentosa.

Immune System

Supplemental Melatonin (40 mg per day combined with low doses of exogenous
Interleukin 2 (IL-2)) causes an increase of up to 30% in Helper T-Lymphocytes
and a significant increase in the number of Eosinophils and NK Lymphocytes in
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) patients. This combination also
increases the ratio of Helper T-Lymphocytes to Suppressor T-Lymphocytes in
AIDS patients.

Melatonin reduces the toxicity of the exotoxins produced by the Bacillus anthracis
Bacteria that causes Anthrax.
Melatonin stimulates the formation of Bone Marrow.
Melatonin (10 20 mg per day) directly inhibits the growth of some forms of
Cancer:

Melatonin has been used as a therapy in many advanced tumors of various types
that would not respond to Chemotherapy and on average, 33% of these subjects
experience a significant response.
Melatonin is involved in the prevention of chemically-induced and genetically
related Cancers.
The Circadian Rhythm involving Melatonin synthesis and release is suppressed
in Cancer patients.
Melatonin prolongs the survival times of advanced Brain Cancer (including
Astrocytoma) patients who are being treated with Radiation Therapy and
Melatonin (up to 200 mg per day) has caused significant regression of Brain
Tumors caused by the metastasis of Melanomas.

Melatonin promotes the release of other (as yet unnamed) Pineal Gland
chemicals that work synergistically with Melatonin in the prevention of Cancer.
Melatonin reduces the size of Breast Cancer tumors by 50 70% and prevents the
onset of Breast Cancer (it participates directly in inhibiting the division of
Estrogen-dependent Breast Cancer Cells).

Melatonin strongly augments the effectiveness of Tamoxifen against Breast
Cancer when Melatonin is used as a pre treatment prior to commencement of
Tamoxifen therapy.

Supplemental Melatonin (20 mg per day) improves the condition of Colon Cancer
patients (in approximately 60% of cases) and reduces the risk of Colon Cancer
by approximately 35%.
Low plasma Melatonin levels are implicated in Endometrium Cancer (women with
Endometrial Cancer have significantly lower plasma Melatonin levels compared
to healthy women).
Melatonin is an effective adjunct to the treatment of Kidney Cancer (it helps to
prevent the metastasis of Kidney Cancer.

Melatonin (10 50 mg per day) is reported to be beneficial in the treatment of Liver
Cancer.
Supplemental Melatonin (20 mg per day) improves the condition of Lung Cancer
patients.
Melatonin is presently being investigated as a treatment for Melanoma (its main
effect appears to be to prevent the metastasis of Melanoma to the Brain, thereby
helping to prevent Brain Cancer in Melanoma patients)

Melatonin inhibits the growth of the tumor Cells involved in Ovarian Cancer.
The body's production of Melatonin declines in Prostate Cancer patients (due to
Prostate Cancer causing a decline in the production of Melatonin's precursor
Interleukin-2) and supplemental Melatonin (20 mg per day) has been
demonstrated to inhibit the further development of Prostate Cancer, inhibit the
metastasis of Prostate Cancer and reduce Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) levels
in Prostate Cancer patients.

Melatonin helps to prevent the growth of Cancers that are caused by excessive
exposure to Estrogens.
Melatonin improves the effectiveness of exogenous Interleukin 2 in the treatment
of many types of Cancer.
Melatonin protects against many of the toxic effects of Chemotherapy in Cancer
patients.
Melatonin blocks the uptake and conversion of Linoleic Acid by Cancer cells.

Melatonin is a valuable adjunct to Radiation Therapy and Chemotherapy in the
treatment of Osteosarcoma.
Melatonin (20 mg per night) reduces the toxic effects of Radiation Therapy in
Cancer patients.

Melatonin stimulates various aspects of the Immune System:

There are specific binding sites for Melatonin on many cells of the Immune
System.
Melatonin increases the body's production of Antibodies in response to Antigens.
Melatonin supplements can restore Immune System function in people whose
Immune Systems are depressed as a result of the Aging Process.
Melatonin protects against many of the toxic effects of Chemotherapy.
Melatonin counteracts the suppression of the Immune System caused by
Pharmaceutical Corticosteroids.

Melatonin counteracts the toxic effects of excessive Cortisol on the Immune
System.
Melatonin stimulates the release of Interleukin-2 (IL-2) from Helper T-Cells which
ultimately activates NK Lymphocytes, thereby assisting the body to stimulate
Antibody activity.
Melatonin reduces Inflammation.
Melatonin exerts Antioxidant effects that protect the Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA)
content of Lymphocytes from Radiation and Free Radicals damage.

Melatonin activates Monocytes (it enhances the ability of Monocytes to function
as Phagocytes).
Melatonin significantly increases the production of NK Lymphocytes.
Melatonin enhances the ability of Monocytes to function as Phagocytes.
Melatonin counteracts the toxic effects of excessive Stress on the Immune
System.

Melatonin increases the production of T-Lymphocytes by the Thymus (by
enhancing the interaction of Zinc with the Thymus).
Melatonin restores the function and growth of the Thymus (via its ability to
improve the body’s absorption and utilization of Zinc). It increases the production
of T-Lymphocytes by the Thymus and enhances the interaction betweeen Zinc
and the Thymus.
Melatonin stimulates the production of Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha (TNF-
Alpha).

Melatonin may increase the effectiveness of Vaccines when it is administered at
the same time as Vaccines.
Melatonin protects against the potentially lethal effects of Viral Encephalitis.

Metabolism

Melatonin (0.1 10.0 mg per night, taken approximately 45 minutes prior to bed
time) helps to prevent Afternon Fatigue the following day.
Melatonin possesses Antioxidant properties:

Caution: Melatonin's Antioxidant properties have a narrow dosage range, i.e.
very low and very high levels of Melatonin have a pro-oxidant effect.
Melatonin significantly suppresses the damage caused by Free Radicals.
Melatonin prevents Free Radicals from damaging (fragmenting) the
Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) content of Cells.
Melatonin prevents the Free Radical damage caused to the Kidneys by
substances such as Doxorubicin.

Melatonin exerts its Antioxidant properties in both aqueous (water-soluble) and
lipid (fat-soluble) environments of the body. It permeates all of the body’s
physiological barriers and enters all of the body’s subcellular compartments and
is therefore active as an Antioxidant throughout the whole body, including the
Brain.
Melatonin protects the body against the toxic effects of Hydrogen Peroxide (by
stimulating the activity of Glutathione Peroxidase which detoxifies Hydrogen
Peroxide).

Melatonin's Antioxidant properties are particularly effective against Hydroxyl (-
OH) Free Radicals.
Melatonin neutralizes Peroxyl Free Radicals.
Melatonin scavenges Peroxynitrite Free Radicals.
Melatonin deactivates Singlet Oxygen Free Radicals.
Melatonin scavenges Superoxide Free Radicals.

Melatonin inhibits the endogenous production of Cholesterol (by up to 38%):

Melatonin reduces serum LDL Cholesterol levels by 15% 30% in subjects with
high LDL Cholesterol levels (but has no effect on the LDL Cholesterol levels of
persons whose LDL Cholesterol levels are within the normal range).

Melatonin helps to correct the impairment of Slow Wave Sleep (deep Sleep)
experienced by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) patients.
Melatonin counteracts the damage caused by Cadmium to the Liver (e.g. it
inhibits the depletion of Glutathione in the Liver that is caused by Cadmium
accumulation).

Musculoskeletal System

Melatonin facilitates the growth of Bones (it enhances the function of Osteoblasts
and facilitates the mineralization of Bones).
Melatonin helps to correct the impairment of Slow Wave Sleep (deep Sleep)
experienced by Fibromyalgia patients.
Melatonin causes relaxation of the Muscles.

Melatonin enhances the function of Osteoblasts.
Decreases in Melatonin production and secretion are implicated in post-
menopausal cases of Osteoporosis and Melatonin supplementation may directly
benefit the treatment of Osteoporosis.

Nervous System

Melatonin blocks the oxidative damage caused to the Deoxyribonucleic Acid
(DNA) content of the Mitochondria (mitochondrial DNA) by exposure to Amyloid-
Beta Protein (the neurotoxin that is involved in the progression of Alzheimer’s
Disease).
Melatonin alleviates Anxiety by binding to Benzodiazepine Receptors within the
Brain.
Melatonin protects the Brain against the toxic effects of Ischemia.
Melatonin is responsible for and improves Circadian Rhythms (by influencing the
Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SCN) of the Hypothalamus).
Melatonin helps to prevent and treat post-surgery Delirium.

Melatonin is useful for the treatment of some types of Depression.
Melatonin helps to reverse Drug Dependence to Morphine (it helps to reverse
Morphine tolerance and dependence).
Melatonin is a valuable adjunct in the treatment of Epilepsy.

Melatonin helps to regulate and protect the GABA Receptor Complex.
Supplemental Melatonin (10 mg per day) alleviates (cluster) Headaches altered
production of Melatonin is believed to be a causative factor in cluster Headaches.
Melatonin inhibits the generation of Free Radicals in the Brain in Huntington’s
Disease patients.

Melatonin (consumed two to three hours prior to the desired sleep time at the
end destination) is a very effective remedy for Jet-Lag.
Melatonin enhances Learning ability.
People who are prone to Migraines generally exhibit lower levels of Melatonin
secretion from their Pineal Gland and supplemental Melatonin helps to prevent
Migraines in such people.

Melatonin improves Mood in a significant number of persons (probably due to the
“sounder” Sleep produced during the night by Melatonin).
Abnormally low levels of Melatonin have been theorized to be an underlying
cause of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Melatonin protects Neurons from apoptosis (cell death) caused by Singlet
Oxygen Free Radicals.

There is some suggestion that supplemental Melatonin may inhibit the sense of
Pain.
Melatonin improves the function of the Parasympathetic Nervous System (by
inducing relaxation).
Melatonin helps to prevent Parkinson’s Disease (by preventing the autoxidation
of Catecholamines in Dopaminergic Neurons).

Melatonin is an effective remedy for some cases of Seasonal Affective Disorder
(SAD):

In some SAD patients, supplemental Melatonin exacerbates SAD symptoms. For
this reason manyers recommend that SAD patients avoid supplemental (or use a
reduced dosage of) Melatonin use during Winter months.

Melatonin increases the quality of Sleep:
Supplemental Melatonin greatly reduces the number of movements during Sleep,
reduces the time taken to fall asleep after retiring (Sleep latency), reduces the
body’s core temperature during Sleep and improves the subjective quality of
Sleep without increasing next-morning Drowsiness.
Supplemental Melatonin increases the amount of Rapid Eye Movement (REM)
Sleep as a proportion of total Sleeping time.
Supplemental Melatonin increases the amount of Slow-Wave Sleep (Deep Sleep)
as a proportion of total Sleeping time.

Supplemental Melatonin (0.3 mg to (more commonly) 1.0 3.0 mg per night)
alleviates most Sleep Disorders:

Melatonin alleviates Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder (DSPD) DSPD subjects fall
asleep earlier and awaken feeling less drowsy and more refreshed when using
supplemental Melatonin.
Melatonin alleviates Insomnia:
The dosage of Melatonin required to alleviate Insomnia is quite variable. It is
recommended that persons prone to Insomnia begin by using 1 mg of Melatonin
two hours prior to retiring. If no improvement occurs, increase the dosage to 2 or
3 mg. Some people are cured of Insomnia by taking Melatonin several hours
before retiring, while others are only cured when they take Melatonin one hour
before retiring.

Melatonin counteracts the toxic effects of excessive Stress on the Immune
System and prevents Stress-induced Gastric Ulcers in 83% of people.
Supplemental Melatonin is speculated to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
(SIDS) in infants known to be at risk for SIDS (deformed Pineal Glands and low
endogenous Melatonin levels have been demonstrated in SIDS victims).

Melatonin reduces the severity of Tinnitus in some Tinnitus patients and reduces
the likelihood of Tinnitus interfering with Sleep.

Respiratory System

Melatonin may help to prevent or treat (chronic) Tonsillitis (due to its ability to
increase the levels of B-Lymphocytes in the Tonsils).

Sexual System

Melatonin may shrink the Prostate in Enlarged Prostate patients:

High-affinity Melatonin receptors exist in human benign prostate epithelial cells
and Melatonin treatment for as few as two to seven days can markedly inhibit the
growth of non-viable Prostate Cells (i.e. the cells involved in Enlarged Prostate).

Melatonin (0.8 8.0 mg per day) improves Sexual Performance in Male Impotence
patients.
Melatonin may be useful for the treatment of Male Infertility (due to its ability to
increase Sperm motility).
Melatonin alleviates the symptoms of Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS).

Melatonin (0.8 8.0 mg per night) improves (male) Sexual Performance.

Skin

Melatonin (cream applied topically) facilitates the healing of Burns.
Some of the body’s endogenous Melatonin is produced in the Skin and
stimulates the growth of Skin cells:

Melatonin (applied topically) retards the Aging Process in the Skin, stimulates the
proliferation of Skin Cells and quenches Hydroxyl Free Radicals in the Skin.

Melatonin (cream applied topically prior to sun exposure) prevents Sunburn (via
a similar mechanism to topical Sunscreens) and also helps to repair the damage
caused to the Skin by Sunburn.

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