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Electromagnetic Fields. Thank you for turning off your cell phone…. The spinning core of molten iron miles beneath the surface of the Earth creates a dipole magnetic field, like a bar magnet.

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The spinning core of molten iron miles beneath the surface of the Earth creates a dipole magnetic field, like a bar magnet.

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The sun constantly gives off a solar wind, composed of high-energy atomic particles. These particles travel through space at great speed and crash into the outer layers of the Earth's magnetic field, compressing it until its energy matches that of the solar wind.

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The energy of the sun distorts and perturbs this simple field into a unique structure known as the magnetosphere. The strength of the Earth's magnetic field averages about half a gauss.

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The sun's magnetic field is organized into sectors, much like the segments of an orange. Alternate sectors have their fields directed inward and outward, so thatas the sun rotates, a slight change is produced as each sector boundary crosses the line connecting the sun with the Earth. The Earth rotates on a day-night cycle within this complex field.

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The magnetosphere does not rotate but remains fixed in space, with one side always facing the sun. Because of this, any given spot on the surface of the Earth is in a constantly changing magnetic field.The daily rise and fall in the strength of this field causes biological rhythms.

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Just like a battery in a car that keeps the engine running and the wheels turning, so, too, do the rhythmic pulsations of natural energyflowing through and emanating from the surface of the Earth keep the biology of life running in rhythm and balance—for everything that lives on the land or in the sea.

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Magnetic storms appear to have a direct effect on the operations of the human brain. This interaction results in the generation of enormous electrical currents with billions of watts. It also results in the production of ionizing radiation and various electromagnetic waves.

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Exposure to the ground provides an electrical “nutrient” in the form of electrons, and is a genuine missing link in the health equation, providing significant improvement—even total transformations—in health and vitality.

it remedies an electron deficiency to reduce inflammation the common cause of disease

It remedies an electron deficiency to reduce inflammation—the common cause of disease.

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It restores your body’s natural internal electrical stability and rhythms, which promote normal functioning of the cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, and immune systems.

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The sole or plantar surface of the foot is richly covered with some 1,300 nerve endings per square inch. That’s more than is found on any other part of the body of comparable size.

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The foot is the vital link between the person and the Earth. The paws of all animals are equally rich in nerve endings.

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The Earth is covered with an electromagnetic layer. It’s this layer that creates the sensory response in our feet and in the paws of animals.

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Every living thing, including human beings, draws energy from this field through its feet, paws, or roots.

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The EMF energy of the earth is usually absorbed through the feet.There is a point on the sole near the upper center of the foot, through which it is specifically drawn up. (K1) Lying on the ground is also a way of recharging.

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Throughout history, humans have strolled, sat, stood, and slept on the ground—the skin of their bodies touching the skin of the Earth—oblivious to the fact that such simple contact transfers a natural electrical signal to the body.

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Earth’s electrical energy maintains the order of our own bodily frequencies just as a conductor controls the coherence and cadence of an orchestra.

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We are each a collection of dynamic electrical circuits. Trillions of cells constantly transmit and receive energy in the course of their programmed biochemical reactions.

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The movement of nutrients and water into the cells is regulated by electric fields, and each type of cell has a frequency range in which it operates. Your heart, brain, nervous system, muscles, and immune system are electrical subsystems operating within your “biolectrical” body.

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Practically no one has the slightest notion of an electrical or energetic connection between their body and the Earth.

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Nobody learns about it in school. So nobody knows that we have largely become disconnected and separated from the Earth.

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Our bare feet, with their rich network of nerve endings, rarely touch the ground. We wear insulating synthetic-soled shoes.

most of us in the modern industrialized world live disconnected from the earth s surface

Most of us in the modern, industrialized world live disconnected from the Earth’s surface.

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Think of a light bulb with a loose connection. The bulb flickers, shines weakly, or doesn’t light up at all.

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Disconnected, the body is vulnerable and prone to dysfunction, inflammation-related disease, and accelerated aging.

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The natural frequencies of the Earth are waves of energy caused by the motions of subatomic particles called free electrons. Nobody has ever seen an electron, but you can think of them in the setting of a beehive.

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The bees, buzzing around the hive, are like electrons that move around the atomic nucleus in a “cloud” of energy. Electrons have a negative charge.

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Electricity was only harnessed for industrial and residential use about 120 years ago or so. The electron itself was discovered only in 1897, so virtually throughout the human timeline nobody knew anything about electrons.

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But there was plenty of knowledge over the eons of time that the ground held special healing energy and was a basic aspect of connectedness to Nature. The Earth was sacred.

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Civilizations everywhere recognized and tuned in to the cycles of Nature for survival and health. They were aware of fundamental rhythms that regulate, for instance, sleep-wake cycles and maintenance of health.

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And they knew that we functioned in coordination with the Earth’s cycles and rhythms. There was awareness of connectivity among the principles of Earth, life, and health.

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Being grounded to Earth naturally protects the body’s delicate bioelectrical circuitry against static electrical charges and interference. It facilitates the reception of free electrons and the stabilizing electrical signals and energy of the Earth.

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Light produces life, and is stored in the cells or organisms, more precisely, in the DNA within its structured water and each nucleus.

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All living cells of plants, animals, and human beings emit biophotons which cannot be seen by the naked eye, but can be measured by special equipment.

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F. A. Popp, Ph.D. is a leader in the study of

bio-photonic energy. Popp monitored and was able to confirm that living cells not only emit or radiate small bursts of light, they also absorb light.

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His studies showed that healthy cells will store light longer than unhealthy cells. He also discovered that a healthy cell radiates coherent light, while a diseased cell radiates chaotic light.

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Cells communicate by converting biophoton signals (light) into electromagnetic oscillations (electricity) of resonant frequencies. Bio-chemical messengers carry these specific frequency signatures between cell structures.

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*Physical objects are made out of charge.*Matter is made of molecules, made of atoms, made of Positive and negative electric charge.*Electric charge is the major component of all atoms.*Matter is made out of cancelled electric charge.

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It is the electrostatic force that drives electric current!

Without electrostatics, there could be no voltage, hence no current and no electrical devices.

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The world is made of molecules, and molecules are made of atoms, and atoms are themselves composed of positively and negatively charged particles. Atoms are held together by electrostatic attraction.

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If matter is made of little “dots,” then the “bars” that connect all the dots together are made of electrostatic fields.
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Also, atoms are connected to each other through chemical bonding, and chemical bonding is based upon electrostatic attraction-repulsion forces.

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If we cancel out some opposite charge by placing positive charge together with negative charge we get material substance.

Positive protons plus negative electrons equals neutral atoms.

All functions of the human body are electro-chemical in their operations.

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Over two billion years of evolution, living things have taken advantage of the two portions of the electromagnetic spectrum that could be depended upon to always be present: the geomagnetic field and visible light.

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Life developed specific organs to sense the geomagnetic field and to derive timing information from it just as it developed specific organs to sense and derive information from light.

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The human "magnetic organ" has been found in the posterior wall of the ethmoid sinus, just in front of the pituitary gland.Humans have an innate ability to sense the direction of magnetic north, and this ability can be blocked by placing a bar magnet against a person's forehead for only fifteen minutes!

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The pineal gland is the "clock" that controls biological cycles.The cyclic pattern of sleep-wakefulness is dependent upon the level of melatonin secretion by the pineal.

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The pineal gland is the principal structure in the brain that is directly sensitive to the Earth's magnetic field. As a result, it functions abnormally when exposed to abnormal fields.

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Because the pineal produces a host of psychoactive chemicals (such as melatonin, dopamine, serotonin, and others), its abnormal functioning may result in a variety of neurological and behavioral abnormalities.

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A part of the output of the retina is diverted to the pineal, where it senses the day-night cycle and melatonin secretion is adjusted accordingly.

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Abnormal secretion of hormones by the pineal is linked to many behavioral abnormalities. The primary effect of a chronically abnormal biocycle is the production of chronic stress syndrome a condition that produces a wide variety of health problems, including a marked decline in competency of the immune system.

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Life on earth evolved under geomagnetic fields and electromagnetic forces that have been constant for hundreds of millions of years.All that changed a little over 100 years ago, when Thomas Edison built the first power station in New York City.

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Before 1900, the Earth's electromagnetic field was composed simply of the field and its associated micro pulsations, visible light, and random discharges of lightning.

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Public exposure to electromagnetic radiation (radio frequency and microwave) is growing exponentially worldwide with the introduction and use of cordless phones, cellular phones, WiFi, pagers, satellites, and antennas in communities to transmit their RF signals.

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The cells of the brain and central nervous system are particularly sensitive to abnormal fields.The developing central nervous system of the fetus or the newborn is particularly sensitive.

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Most are unaware of the substantial risks associated with the use of many devices in their own homes. 60-Hz fields of only 3 milligauss have been shown to be significantly related to increase in cancer rates.

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All electromagnetic fields are force fields, carrying energy and capable of producing an action at a distance. These fields have characteristics of both waves and particles.

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An electric current flowing in a wire or coil produces its own magnetic field. A compass needle will swing at right angles to the wire.

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The outer waves of electrons in conductors are so loosely bound that they easily move in the space between the atoms. They form a kind of gas around atoms and flow freely throughout the solid conductive material.

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In insulating materials, electrons are held in a tight grip by their atoms. There are no free electrons and consequently no current can flow through these materials.

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You can see why most of the time you are separated from the Earth. Your shoes’ soles are made of plastic or rubber, and your house is made mainly of wood.

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Free electrons pulsate perpetually on the surface of the conductive Earth, and energy generated from the inner core of the planet—are easily transferred up, into, and throughout your body, as long as there is direct skin contact with the ground.

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Even in today’s electronic and wireless age, few know about the Earth’s brimming reservoir of energetic free electrons.

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Scientists in the late 1800s first measured the Earth’s subtle ground currents at different places around the world. Present day science refers to them as “telluric currents” and recognizes them as part of a larger system—called the “global electrical circuit”—involving clouds and the entire atmosphere.

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This bank of almost limitless energy is continuously replenished with free electrons via an average of 5,000 lightning strikes per minute occurring perpetually around the planet.

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The electrical potential present on the Earth’s surface rises and falls according to the position of the sun. The intensity is more positive and energetic during the day, and less positive and energetic during nighttime hours.

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This daily high and low pattern sets in motion and orchestrates internal body mechanisms that regulate sleep-wake cycles, hormone production, and maintenance of health.

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Both electric and magnetic fields are usually all around us, since they are present wherever there is electricity. Both an electric and a magnetic field exist around power lines, appliances, light fixtures, and electric wiring; but electromagnetic fields are generated only when current is flowing through a wire.

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If you plug in a lamp or an appliance, even though it is not turned on, it will produce an electric field. When the light is lit or the appliance is running, both an electric and magnetic field will be present.

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The strength of the magnetic field depends upon the amount of current flowing in the wire; the more current there is, the stronger the magnetic field will be. If the current in the wire is fluctuating, the magnetic field will have the same fluctuations.

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Electrical currents flow in living organismsand they produce magnetic fields that extend outside of the body and can be influenced by external magnetic fields as well.

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The flow of the electrical currents in the brain and heart produce magnetic fields that can be measured and analyzed several feet away from the head. We, and all other living things, are surrounded by a magnetic field extending out into space from our bodies.

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Your bio-field protects you from external stressors. The bigger and stronger it is, the more efficient and effective it is in resisting external stresses.

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Your bio-field can become damaged by electro-pollution, as well as biochemically, from a poor diet and from physical and emotional stresses.

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Hardening of the cell membranes. That’s why electro-pollution is considered the greatest threat to the 21st Century.

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You have the power to reduce the impact of external stressors, strengthen your bio-field, and take control of your wellness.

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Science is now beginning to fully sense the subtle energies involved in cells, and to measure the electromagnetic reality of biology.

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The deterioration in people’s health is directly correlated to a decline in pH and voltage within the cells.

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To correct chronic disease, you must insert enough electrons to push the cells back up to the healing voltage of -50 mV. You must also have enough raw materials (nutrition) to make new cells. Nutrition without voltage does not work. Voltage without nutrition does not work. You must have both.

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Healthy teeth + enough thyroid hormones + good nutrition= keys to health because then the voltage is normal.

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-All voltage in the body is stored in fat.

-All of our cells are made from cholesterol, derived from good fat.

-This makes it hard for cells to function, and impossible to hold voltage if there is not enough fat.

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Many people try vegetarian diets and do not feel well 6-12 months later because they are lacking good animal fat in their diet. They are often unable to maintain normal voltage and are like a sputtering battery.

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In healthy tissues, electrical currents are carried by both ionic conduction and electron semiconduction.

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A changing magnetic field can create an electric field. A changing magnetic field will also create an electric field in the human body, which causes a current to flow.

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An AC electric field will also create a current in the body.This current usually flows in the same direction as the electric field and is fairly uniform throughout the body.

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Microwavesare radio waves with a frequency between 10 to 300,000 megahertz. That means the wave oscillates up to 300,000 million times each second.

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The prefix "micro-" in "microwave" indicates that microwaves are "small" compared to waves used in typical radio broadcasting, in that they have shorter wavelengths.

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Common devices in our lives that generate microwaves are cell phones, WiFi devices, wireless phones, microwave ovens, and cell phone towers.

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Mobile telephones are arguably the most radiative appliance we have ever invented apart from the microwave oven and people are putting them by their heads--arguably the most sensitive part of the body.

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A new kind of illness has coincided with the activation of a Personal Communication Services network. The symptoms are striking: pressure behind the eyes; dry, puffy lips; swollen thyroid; sudden rise in pulse rate and blood pressure; pressure or pain in the chest; insomnia; dizziness; headache; nausea; loss of appetite; coughing or wheezing; sinus problems; testicular or pelvic pain; muscle spasms; tremors; irritability; memory loss; pain in the legs or the soles of the feet; pains that move around the body; varying degrees of dehydration; and occasionally fever, rash or nosebleeds.

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The illness appears to be confined to geographical areas served by new PCS and other digital systems. Despite well-documented exposes, the industry continues to deny that this radiation has any effect on life forms. Much as the asbestos and tobacco industries have done, the telecommunications industry has suppressed damaging evidence about its technology since at least 1927.

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When it comes to cell phones, a worse frequency could not have been chosen for the human anatomy. The brain reaches peak absorption in the UHF bands, right where cellular telecommunications operate.

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The farther from the tower, or if the phone is inside a building or a car, the more power this phone is told by the tower to send out to make or keep the connection.

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Cells are permanently damaged by cellular phone frequencies. This cellular damage is maximized at low dosage, and inherited unchanged, from generation to generation.

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Today's high-frequency cordless phones may emit a level of EM radiation similar to cell phones. And there are two sources of transmission in the building, the base and the handset.

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Since the launch of Sputnik, the first artificial satellite, by the Soviet Union in October 1957, the United States Space Surveillance Network has tracked more than 24,500 space objects orbiting Earth.

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Russians did research on thousands of workers who had been exposed to microwaves during the development of radar in the 1950's. Their research showed a breakdown of the human life-energy field, so serious that the Russians set strict limits of 10 microwatts exposure for workers and one microwatt for civilians.

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The first signs of microwave sickness are low blood pressureand slow pulse.The later and most common manifestations are chronic excitation of the sympathetic nervous system(stress syndrome) and high blood pressure.

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This phase also often includes headache, dizziness, eye pain, sleeplessness, irritability, anxiety, stomach pain, nervous tension, inability to concentrate, hair loss, plus an increased incidence of appendicitis, cataracts, reproductive problems,and cancer.

the chronic symptoms are eventually succeeded by adrenal exhaustion and ischemic heart disease

The chronic symptoms are eventually succeeded by adrenal exhaustion and ischemic heart disease.

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The production of histamine, which triggers bronchial spasms, is nearly doubled after exposure to mobile phone transmissions. Cell phones also reduce the effectiveness of anti-asthmatic drugs, and retard recovery from illness.

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Changes are observed in the blood chemistries and the rates of certain diseases among consumers of microwaved foods. Lymphatic disorders are observed, leading to decreased ability to prevent certain types of cancers.

addicted as we are to a culture of convenience we forget how inconvenient it is to contract cancer

Addicted as we are to a culture of convenience, we forget how inconvenient it is to contract cancer.

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Higher rates of digestive disorders and gradual breakdown of the systems of elimination are observed.

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There is a degeneration and breakdown of nerve electrical circuits and loss of energy field symmetry in the neuroplexuses both in the front and the rear of the central and autonomic nervous systems, along with a loss of balance and circuiting of the bioelectric strengths within the ascending reticular activating system(controls the function of consciousness).

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Cell phone transmissions disrupt the brain sites for memory and learning, causing forgetfulness and sudden confusion.  Other studies show that electromagnetic signals from cellular phones reduce the ability to concentrate, calculate and coordinate complicated activities such as driving a car.

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There is long-term cumulative loss of vital energies within humans, animals and plants that are located within a 500-meter radius of operational equipment.

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There is destabilization and interruption in the production and maintenance of hormones in males and females by continually eating microwaved foods.

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After two minutes' conversation, a cell phone's digitized impulses disable the blood-brain-barrierthat isolates the brain from destructive proteins and poisons in the blood.

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Molecules such as proteins and toxins can pass out of the blood, while the phone is switched on, and enter the brain.

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Continually eating food processed from a microwave oven, or using cell phones, causes permanent brain damageby shorting out electrical impulses in the brain (depolarizing or demagnetizing the brain tissue).

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Much like a boxer taking repeated blows to the head, rapidly pulsing cell phones and WiFi signal permanent brain damage. Acting as antennas, our anatomies just as easily tune into spurious signals from radio and microwave transmissions.

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Rare neuro epithelial tumors on the outside of the brainare more than doubled among cell phone callers--particularly on the right side of the head where phones are usually held.

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There is markedly higher levels of brainwave disturbance in the alpha, theta, and delta wave signal patterns of persons exposed to microwave emission fields, with a resultant negative psychological effects, including loss of memory, loss of ability to concentrate, suppressed emotional threshold, deceleration of intellective processes, and interruptive sleep episodes.

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These same transmissions pluck our electrical circuitry, inflicting a "chronic edginess" that "twangs human nerves." Sleep disorders are common among people exposed to high levels of electromagnetic pollution.

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Microwaves cause irreversible damage to the neuroelectrical integrity of various components of the nervous system, in individuals subjected to continual range emissive field effects of microwave apparatus, either in cooking apparatus, in transmission stations, and PCS cell phones.

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Cell phones can murderously modify moods. In brains and bodies seriously derailed by tiny imbalances in trace minerals and hormones, depression, suicide, anger, rage and violence can result when calcium and serotonin levels are disrupted by cell phone transmissions.

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The weakening of cell membranes by microwaves is used in the field of gene-altering technology.Because of the force involved, the cells are actually broken,thereby neutralizing the electrical potentials--the very life of the cells--between the outer and inner sides of cell membranes.

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Mobile phones transmit microwave radiation from a point just millimeters away from the brain. The radiation emitted is powerful enough to reach a base station sometimes up to a few kilometres away, even passing through buildings and walls to enable a call. This radiation also penetrates into the head, hand and body. When on a telephone call about half of the radiation emitted is absorbed by the caller.

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An electromagnetic radiation (EMR) meter placed beside a connected cell phone shows significant exposure 100 feet away.

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Impaired cells become easy prey for microorganisms. Natural repair mechanisms are suppressed, and cells are forced to adapt to a state of energy emergency--they switch from aerobic to anaerobic respiration.

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Instead of water and carbon dioxide, hydrogen peroxide and carbon monoxide are produced.Any reversal of healthy cell processes may occur because of a number of reasons, and our cells then revert from a robust oxidation to an unhealthy fermentation.

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The same violent friction and athermic deformations, that can occur in our bodies when we are subjected to radar or microwaves, happens to the molecules in the food cooked in a microwave oven.

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Current tends to flow along the outer surface of the body.Its strength is proportional to the rate at which the field changes.

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Harmful effects of electromagnetic fields come from such seemingly innocuous devices as mobile phones, computers, power lines and domestic wiring.

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The power and mobile phone companies, hoping to avoid litigation, often assert that because the energy of the fields is too low to give significant heating, they cannot have any biological effect. However, there is evidence that electromagnetic fields can have “non‐thermal” biological effects.

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Defense mechanisms have evolved by natural selection over countless millions of years of exposure to natural electromagnetic radiation, such as that from thunderstorms. They can often hide the underlying effects of man‐made fields so we do not always see them in our experiments.

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The human body acts as an antenna for the electromagnetic wavesproduced by AC electrical transients,much of it in the 50 to 100 kHz range.

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Workers may be exposed to high magnetic fields if they work near electrical systems that use large amounts of electric power (for example, large electric motors, generators, or the power supply or electric cables of a building).

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High magnetic fields are also found near power saws, drills, copy machines, electric pencil sharpeners, and other small electric appliances.

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The strength of the magnetic field depends on equipment design and current flow not on equipment size, complexity, or voltage.

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In October of 2007 The World Health Organization recognized the danger of these frequencies and stated: "high levels of exposure to electric and magnetic fields in the frequency up to 100 kilohertz can affect the nervous systems, resulting in acute health effects, including nerve stimulation."

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Armed with this knowledge it only makes good sense to protect yourself and your family from these dangerous EMF frequencies.

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Standing under a power line would expose you to an electrical voltage gradient due to the difference between the voltage of the line (set by the power company) and earth. You would also be exposed to a magnetic field proportional to the current actually flowing through the line, which depends on consumer demand.

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Both types of field give biological effects, but the magnetic field is more damaging since it penetrates living tissue more easily.

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Magnetic fields as low as around one microtesla(a millionth of a tesla) can produce biological effects.

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For comparison, using a mobile (cell) phone or a PDA exposes you to magnetic pulses that peak at several tens of microtesla, which is well over the minimum needed to give harmful effects.

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Because mobile phones are held close to the body and are used frequently, these devices are potentially the most dangerous sources of electromagnetic radiation that the average person possesses.

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Extremely low frequencies(ELF) such as those from power‐lines and domestic appliances are more potent than higher frequencies.

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There is usually little or no biological response to the much higher frequencies of radio waves, unless they are pulsed or amplitude modulated at a biologically active lower frequency (i.e. when the radio signal strength rises and falls in time with the lower frequency).

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Regular GSM mobile phones and PDAsemit both pulsed radio waves (from the antenna) and ELF(from the battery circuits), and are especially dangerous.

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Before they can give biological effects, the electromagnetic fields generate electricaleddy currents flowing in and around the cells or tissues.Both the electrical and magnetic components of the fields can induce them and they follow low impedance pathways.

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The blood system forms an excellent low resistance pathway for DC and low frequency AC.It is an all‐pervading system of tubes filled with a highly conductive salty fluid.

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Even ordinary tissues carry signals well at high frequencies since they cross membranes easily via their capacitance.In effect, the whole body can act as an efficient antenna to pick up electromagnetic radiation.

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To demonstrate this, tune in a portable radio to a weak station and see by how much you can improve reception by simply grasping the antenna. Signals transmitted by a mobile phone, even if it is a hands-free type, will reach all parts of the body, including the sex organs.

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Sixty four elements in the ground modulate, with variation, the geomagnetic waves naturally coming from the ground.

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These are the same minerals found in red blood cells. There is a relation between the blood and geomagnetic waves. An imbalance between Schumann and geomagnetic waves disrupts these biorhythms.

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These natural geomagnetic waves are being replaced by artificially created low frequency (LF) ground waves coming from GWEN Towers.

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GWEN (Ground Wave Emergency Network) is a communications system that the military is in the process of constructing. Transmitters are placed from 200 to 250 miles apart across the USA, so that a signal can go from coast to coast from one station allowing the magnetic field to be altered.

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They operate in the LF range, with transmissions between 150 KHz and 175 KHz. They also emit waves from the upper VHF to the lower UHF range of 225 – 400 MHz.

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The LF signals travel by waves that hug the ground rather than radiating into the atmosphere. A GWEN station transmits in a 360 degree circle up to 300 miles, the signal dropping off sharply with distance.

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The entire GWEN system consists of, (depending on source of data), from 58 to an intended 300 transmitters spread across the USA, each with a tower 299-500 ft. high. 300 ft. copper wires in spoke-like fashion fan out from the base of the system underground, interacting with the earth, like a thin shelled conductor, radiating radio wave energy for very long distances through the ground.

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The United States is bathed in this magnetic field which can rise from ground up to 500 ft., but goes down into basements, so everyone can be affected and mind-controlled. The entire artificial ground-wave spreads out over the whole of the USA like a web.

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It is easier to mind-control and hypnotize people who are bathed in an artificial electromagnetic-wave.

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GWEN transmitters have many functions including:1. controlling the weather,2. mind control,3. behavior and mood control, and4. sending synthetic-telepathy as infrasound to victims with US government mind-control implants.

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All matter—all human beings—emit a distinct frequency vibration which is an integral feature of physical existence.

Every living entity has a vibratory pattern which is typical of the species which the entity represents.

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Cancer, and other biological challenges, are first and foremost electrogenetic disturbances—vibrational dissonance with a universal rhythm.

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All cells possess an electrical potential that exists across the cell membrane. This is commonly referred to as the cell membrane potential.

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Cell membranes are composed of a bilayer of highly mobile fat (lipid) molecules that electrically act as insulators (dielectrics).

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The cell membrane lipids also act to restrict the movement of charged ions and electrons across the membrane except through specialized membrane-spanning protein-ion-channels.

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Membrane-spanning protein semiconductors are active in this transmembrane flow of charged particles.

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The cell membrane potential helps control cell membrane permeability to a variety of nutrients and helps turn on the machinery of the cell; particularly energy production, and the synthesis of macromolecules.

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There are multiple sources where the body normally gets electrons (unprocessed food, alkaline water, sunshine, standing in the dirt, etc.). This creates a body pool of electrons.

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Because of their unique properties, this arrangement creates a capacitor, a unit designed to store electrons. Thus cell membranes are like small batteries.

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Underneath the cell membranes are small power stations called mitochondria. If you eat plastic fats, your cell membranes become like cellophane and won't hold a charge = you become a dead battery!

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Inside the mitochondria is a rechargeable battery system called ATP/ADP. When the battery is charged, it is called ATP. When it is discharged, it is called ADP.

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As power is drained from the ATP battery, it becomes discharged and is called ADP. Electrons are then brought down from the cell membrane to recharge ADP back to ATP. ATP is also made by the Kreb’s Cycle.  This process takes place about 70 times per day in every cell.

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We have come to understand that chronic disease is accompanied by a loss of voltage. you will usually find the cause of the loss of power by studying this image. If you can answer the question, "Why did I lose enough voltage to get sick?", you will know how to get well.

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There are many things that can destroy your power grid. However, the four most common ones are eating trans- fats, not having enough functional thyroid hormone, heavy metal poisoning, and dental infections.

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Bioelectric Changes in

Cancer Cells

Cancer cells have:

1. less efficient production of cellular energy (ATP).

2. cell membranes that exhibit different electrochemical properties and a different distribution of electrical charges than normal tissues.

3. different lipid and sterol content than normal cells.

4. altered membrane composition and membrane permeability, which results in the movement of potassium, magnesium and calcium out of cancer cells and the accumulation of sodium and water into cells.

5. have lower potassium concentrations and higher sodium and water content than normal cells.

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Electrolytes

An electrolyte is a substance in solution capable of conducting an electric current; and where there is electric current flow,there also is magnetism.

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Healthy cells maintain, inside of themselves, a high concentration of potassium and a low concentration of sodium.

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But when cells are injured, or cancerous, sodium and water flows into the cells and potassium, magnesium, calcium and zinc are lost from the cell interior.

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Electrolytes begin as minerals—the inorganic, hard rock of our planet. Minerals are metallic elements, but most metals have so much charge, they are rarely found as pure elements. Instead, they readily react chemically with other atoms to form oxides, chlorides, sulfides, sulfates, silicates, carbonates, etc.

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The metal elements coordinate and direct the flow of electrons, reactions between atoms, strength of membranes, and action of enzymes in biological life.

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Atoms react chemically by exchanging electrons. How atoms share, pair, pass around, circulate, and store electrons decides how ions form, atoms bond, molecules are made, carbons chain, cells sing, and hormones ring.

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Some elements—mostly metals—easily release electrons to have a positive charge: a cation (+). Others capture extra electrons to acquire negative charge: an anion (-).

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Every enzyme requires an electrolyte as its key component. Without this electric spark, there can be no taste, or smell, or sight. No sensation, or motion, or light. And no life.

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Coenzymes play vital roles in metabolism. Without them, most cellular reactions would come to an end and the cell would die.

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Coenzymes such as NAD+, and FAD are used to carry electrons to and from many kinds of oxidation-reduction reactions.

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Oxidation/Reduction

Oxidation/reduction (redox) reactions are electron transfer reactions, in which the molecules losing electrons become oxidized and those gaining electrons become reduced.

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Oxidation/Reduction

Oxidation/reduction reactions are fundamental considerations in the realm of bioenergetic systems.

Molecules hold and store electrical current at particular voltages.

Increasing the number of electrons in voltage is what we call reducing.

It has more negative potential. Decreasing the number of electrons is called oxidizing, or pulling electrons back.

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Some liquid solutions are better electrolytes than others. The better the electrolyte, the greater the current flow, and consequently, the larger the resultant magnetic field.

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Iron is especially susceptible to magnetization. The human blood carries in solution relatively large amounts of iron.

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Lightning, exchanges of electric charge between upper atmosphere and water in the Earth, occurs over 1,000 times a second. This sudden rush of electrons through air and into soil is Nature’s most intense ion generator.

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The EEG signal has a typical amplitude of 2-100 microvolts and a frequency spectrum from 0.1 to 60 Hz.

Most activity occurs within the following frequency bands; delta (0.5 - 4 Hz), theta (4-8 Hz), alpha (8-13 Hz), beta (13-22 Hz) and gamma (30-40 Hz).

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Human heartbeat and respiration signatures have been measured at ranges exceeding 10 meters using the Radar Vital Signs Monitor.

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The electric message is carried along the nerves as a result of changes in the quantities of potassium and sodium salts inside and outside the cell.

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The effect is like that of a wet battery where different solutions separated by a semi-permeable membrane give rise to an electric current. An electric difference of 65–95 millivolts can be measured across the membrane.

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The electric poles of H2O molecules attract, attach and hold other ionic or polar chemicals, and, in their constant motions, carry them off, thus disassembling them. Fire burns, but water dissolves. Life’s secret is this solution.

The bipolar geometry of water is not only electric, but magnetic. The outer electrons of the hydrogen-oxygen bonds are in orbital spin, and a moving charge generates a magnetic field. So this tiny dipole also has a minute magnetic field around it.

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Minerals provide strong electromagnetic charges to hold organic molecules in tight, stable association. This also boosts water’s capacity to conduct electric current.

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Delicate hydrogen bonds are the same force that holds two amino acids together as in the base pairs between the twin strands of DNA’s spiral helix.

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Water’s tiny electric dipoles give it remarkable power to dissolve other substances—especially ionic substances—and to hold them in dynamic suspension, floating in fluid mobility.

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Minerals impose a definite geometry and order to water. Mineral ions become the seeds of symmetry for the water molecules as the geometry of electrons in the minerals’ orbitals provides the pattern for the solution’s complex structures.

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The presence of mineral ions alters the angles of water’s lattice, warping and bending the water molecules’ organization to accommodate the strong ionic charge. Such slight shifts in geometry can alter water’s physical properties, such as melting and boiling temperatures, and chemical reactivity.

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Your muscles are driven by long-chain molecules which are forced to slide across each other. This sliding is performed by electrostatic attraction and repulsion between parts of the molecule, and so your muscles are electrostatic motors!
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Nerves function as tiny capacitors, with charge-pumps to electrify them and ion-gates to discharge them.
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All the data in all the computers all over the world are stored as tiny patterns of electrostatic charges.
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Your liquid crystal components, within your cells and extracellular matrix (ECM) of your body, possess many of the features of televisions, computers, and electronic circuits.

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Components analogous to conductors, semiconductors, resistors, transistors, capacitors, inductor coils, transducers, switches, generators and batteries exist in you and in all biological tissues.

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The cell membrane is an organic information processor-

A liquid-crystal semiconductor with gates and channels.

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The “CPU” (central processing unit) is the cell membrane, the keyboard (data entry) are the membrane receptors, the hard disk (memory) is the nucleus with DNA-coded software, the screen (data output) is the physical state of the cell. The data is transduced into biological behavior by effector proteins.
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ATP is assembled by an enzyme which is run by a tiny rotating electrostatic motor! The “spring” in each ATP is “cocked” by a little rotating molecular machine run by electrostatics. The reaction is reversible and ATP can drive the motor, changing it into an electrostatic generator. A typical human body contains around 1016 of these rotary electrostatic motors.
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Pulsed electromagnetic fields regulate virtually every cell function, including DNA synthesis, RNA synthesis, protein synthesis, cell division, cell differentiation, morphogenesis and neuroendocrine regulation.
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The reactions that make up the electron-transport system are a series of oxidation-reduction reactions in which the electrons are passed from one electron-carrier molecule to another until they ultimately are accepted by oxygen atoms.
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Biological behavior can be controlled by “invisible” energy forces, which include thought.
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A human is made of ~100,000 different proteins—linear “chains,” whose molecular “links” are comprised of amino acid molecules. Each of the 20 different amino acids has a unique shape.

When linked together in a chain, the resulting proteins fold into elaborate 3-dimensional “wire sculptures.”

The protein sculpture’s pattern is determined by the sequence of its amino acid links.

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The balancing of electromagnetic charges along the protein’s chain serves to control the “final” shape of the sculpture. The unique shape of a protein sculpture is referred to as its “conformation.”
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When proteins chemically couple with other molecules they change the distribution of electromagnetic charges in the protein. Changes in charge cause the protein to change its shape.
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Groups of interacting proteins that work together in carrying out a specific function are referred to as pathways.
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The activities of specific protein pathways provide for digestion, excretion, respiration, reproduction, and all of the other physiologic “functions” employed by living organisms–all influenced by electrical activity.
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The growth of an organism from a fertilized egg involves a hugely complex pattern of switching genes on and off that regulates growth, cell division and differentiation into specific tissues.

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Well‐replicated studies have shown that weak electromagnetic fields remove calcium ions bound to the membranes of living cells, making them more likely to tear, develop temporary pores and leak.

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Calcium ions bound to the surfaces of cell membranes are important in maintaining their stability. They help hold together the phospholipid molecules that are an essential part of their make‐up.

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The affinity that the central hydrophobic parts have for one another helps hold the membrane together but the negatively charged phosphate groups on the outside repel each other and try to tear it apart.

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Normally, the membrane is stabilized by positive ions that fit in between the negative phosphate groups, so that they do not repel each other.They act as a kind of cement that helps to hold the membrane together.

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Not all positive ions stabilize the membrane equally well. Calcium ions are particularly good because of their double positive charge, but monovalent potassium, with just one charge, is only mediocre. Therefore,when electromagnetic fields swap membrane‐bound calcium for potassium, it weakens the membrane.

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Without these ions, cell membranes are weakenedand are more likely to tear under the stresses and strains imposed by the moving cell contents (these membranes are only two molecules thick!).

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Fortunately, these pores are usually self‐healing and the damage to the membrane is not permanent. However, during electromagnetic exposure there will be more tears, slower repair and consequently more overall leakage. This can explain the bulk of the known biological effects of weak electromagnetic fields.

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The symptoms of hypocalcemia are remarkably similar to those of electro sensitivity. If you have any of them, it may be worth having your blood checked for ionized calcium and start supplementing with magnesium oil and magnesium bath flakes.

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Symptoms of hypocalcemia include skin disorders, paresthesias (pins and needles, numbness, sensations of burning etc.) fatigue, muscle cramps, cardiac arrhythmia, gastro‐intestinal problems and many others.

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Most biological membranes are negatively charged,which makes them attract and adsorb positive ions. Calcium normally predominates since it has a double positive charge that binds it firmly to the negative membrane.

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Potassium is also importantsince, despite having only one charge, its sheer abundance ensures it a good representation(potassium is by far the most abundant positive ion in virtually all living cells and outnumbers calcium by about ten thousand to one in the cytosol).

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When an alternating electrical field from an eddy current hits a membrane, it will tug the bound positive ions away during the negative half‐cycle and drive them back in the positive half‐cycle. If the field is weak, strongly-charged ions (such as calcium with its double charge) will be preferentially dislodged.

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Potassium (which has only one charge) will be less attracted by the field and mostly stay in position. Also, the less affected free potassium will tend to replace the lost calcium.

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In this way, weak fields increase the proportion of potassium ions bound to the membrane, and release the surplus calcium into the surroundings.

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The main effect is to change the normal chemical equilibrium between bound calcium and potassium in favor of potassium.

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Only if the frequency is low will the calcium ions have time to be pulled clear of the membrane and replaced by potassium ions before the field reverses and drives them back.

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Some frequencies are especially effective, with 16Hz being the most obvious. This is because 16Hz is the ion cyclotron resonance frequency for potassiumin the Earth’s magnetic field. When exposed to an electromagnetic field at this frequency, potassium ions resonate, absorb the field’s energy and convert it to energy of motion. This increases their ability to replace calcium on cell membranes.

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Although the extra energy gained by each potassium ion may be small, the fact that there are about ten thousand of them competing with just one calcium ion for each place on the membrane means that even a slight increase in their energies due to resonance will have a significant effect.

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This increases the biological hazards of electromagnetic exposure near 16Hz and has already caused concern about the safety of the TETRA mobile telecommunications system, which transmits pulses at 17.6Hz.

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Pulses and square waves work best because they give very rapid changes in voltage that catapult the calcium ions well away from the membrane and then allow more time for potassium to fill the vacated sites. Sine waves are smoother, spend less time at maximum voltage, and so allow less time for ion exchange.

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Even very weak fields will have some effect. This effect increases with increasing field-strength, but only up to a point.

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It is likely that at least some forms of electro-sensitivity can be due to the victims having their natural blood calcium levels bordering on hypocalcemia resulting from hypomagnesemia.

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Electromagnetic exposure will then remove even more calcium from their cell membranes to push them over the edge and give them symptoms of hypocalcemia.

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Exposing brain tissue to weak VHF radio signals modulated at 16Hz (16 cycles per second) releases calcium ions (electrically charged calcium atoms) bound to the surfaces of its cells.

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Leaks in the membranes surrounding lysosomes (tiny particles in living cells that recycle waste) can release digestive enzymes, including DNAase (an enzyme that destroys DNA). This explains the serious damage done to the DNA in cells by mobile phone signals.

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DNAase leaking through the membranes of lysosomes (small bodies in living cells packed with digestive enzymes) explains the fragmentation of DNA seen in cells exposed to mobile phone signals.

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When this occurs in the germ line (the cells that give rise to eggs and sperm), it reduces fertility and predicts genetic damage in future generations.

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Exposing human cells for 24 hours to simulated mobile phone signals gave DNA fragmentation similar to that due to the gamma rays from a radioactive isotope! (Gamma rays also make lysosome membranes leak.)

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The biological effects of electromagnetically-induced DNA fragmentation may not be immediately obvious in the affected cells, since fragments of broken DNA can be rejoined and damaged chromosomes (elongated protein structures that carry the DNA) can be reconstituted. However, there is no guarantee that they will be rejoined exactly as they were.

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Pieces may be left out (deletions) joined in backwards (inversions) swapped between different parts of the chromosome (translocations) or even attached to the wrong chromosome.In most cases, the new arrangement will work for a while if most of the genes are still present and any metabolic deficiencies can often be made good by the surrounding cells.

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However, things go badly wrong when it comes to meiosis, which is the process that halves the number of chromosomes during the formation of eggs and sperm.

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During meiosis, the chromosomes line up in pairs (one from each original parent) along their entire length so that corresponding parts are adjacent and can be exchanged (this gives each of the daughter cells a unique combination of genes).

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However, if the arrangement of their genes has been altered by electromagnetic exposure, they cannot align properly and the chromosomes may even tie themselves in knots in the attempt.

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Such malformed pairs are usually torn apart unequally in the later stages of meiosis so that the eggs or sperm have an incomplete or unbalanced set of genes, may not function properly and so reduce fertility.

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There is evidence from several independent studies in Australia, Hungary and the United States that this is already occurring.

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Leakage of calcium ions into the cytosol (the main part of the cell) acts as a metabolic stimulant, which accounts for reported accelerations of growth and healing, but it also promotes the growth of tumors.

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Normal brain function in humans depends on the orderly transmission of signals through a mass of about 100 billion neurons.

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Leakage of calcium ions into neurons (brain cells) generates spurious action potentials (nerve impulses) accounting for pain and other neurological symptoms in electro‐sensitive individuals.

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It also degrades the signal-to-noise ratio of the brain making it less likely to respond adequately to weak stimuli. This may be partially responsible for the increased accident rate of drivers using mobile phones.

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A small amount of calcium must enter the neuron every time before it can release its neurotransmitters.Without it, the brain would be effectively dead.

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If electromagnetically-induced membrane leakage lets in too much calcium, increasing the background level of calcium in the neurons, they will release their neurotransmitters sooner. This improves our reaction time to simple stimuli. However, it can also trigger the spontaneous release of neurotransmitters to transmit spurious signals that shouldn’t be there.

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This feeds the brain false information.Similar spurious action potentials may also be triggered in other parts of the neuron if leaks in the membrane temporarily short‐circuit the normal voltage between its inside and outside.

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These unprogrammed action potentials will degrade the signal-to-noise ratio of the brain and reduce its ability to make accurate judgments.

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Examination of adult mortality from all causes in the 1930 and 1940 vital statistics provides evidence that residential electrification was responsible for the epidemic of our diseases of civilization in the twentieth century.

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The price we have paid for the convenience of electricity in morbidity and mortality since the early 1900s almost defies quantification.

The real surprise is that cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and suicide seem to be strongly related to residential electrification.

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Heavy mobile phone use appears to reduce both the quantity and viability of sperm.Human eggs may be similarly affected, but since they are formed in the embryo before the baby is born, the damage will be done during pregnancy but will not become apparent until the child reaches puberty.

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There have been many studies suggesting that exposure to weak electromagnetic fields is associated with a significant increase in the risk of getting cancer.

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DNA damage can sometimes give unregulated growth to form tumors. However, the effect may not be immediate.

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Cancer following exposure to chemical carcinogens such as asbestos may take many years to become rampant. The affected cells seem to go through several stages of ever-increasing genetic and molecular anarchy before they finally reach the point of unstoppable growth and division.

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When assessing any carcinogenic effects of electromagnetic exposure, we must bear in mind that there may be a similar delay. It may be some years before we know the full carcinogenic effects of the recent explosive growth in the use of mobile phones.

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There have been many studies suggesting that exposure to weak electromagnetic fields is associated with a small but significant increase in the risk of getting cancer. This could be caused by gene mutations resulting from DNA damage.

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It is not only humans that are affected.Well‐researched responses in other organisms include the more rapid growth of higher plants, yeast and changes in the locomotion of diatoms. The last two are significant because they are both single cells, implying thatthe effects occur at the cellular level.

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We can explain virtually all of the electromagnetic effects on humans in terms of changes occurring at the cellular level that may then affect the whole body.

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The electromagnetically induced loss of fertility is the good news, since it means that badly damaged embryos are less likely to be conceived. The bad news is that any damaged genes needed for embryo development but not for normal egg or sperm function will not be weeded out in this way.

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They can still find their way into the fetus and cause permanent genetic damage. The effect may not be apparent in the first generation since a non‐functioning gene from one parent can often be offset if the other parent provides a good version of the same gene.

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In fact, serious trouble may not arise for many generations until by chance two faulty versions of the same gene end up in the same fetus. What happens then depends on the gene concerned, but it is unlikely to be beneficial and may be lethal.

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The overall conclusion is that the genetic damage from exposure to electromagnetic radiation can have an almost immediate effect on fertility, but damage to the offspring may take several generations to show up.

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If we do nothing to limit our exposure to electromagnetic radiation, we can anticipate a slow decline in the viability of the human genome for many generations to come.

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It is ironic that having only just discovered the human genome, we have already set about systematically destroying it.

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Using a cell phone severely impairs memory and reaction times. Hands-free mobile speakerphonescause even more crashes because they typically emit 10-times more brainwave interference than handheld units.

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The heightened probability of cracking up your car persists for up to 15-minutes after completing a call. That's comparable to the risk of crashing while driving dead drunk.

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You are four times more likely to have an accident if you use a mobile phone while driving.This is not due to holding the phone since using a hands-free type makes no difference.

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It is also not due to the distraction of holding a conversation, since talking to a passenger does not have the same effect.

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The electromagnetic radiation from the phone is the most likely culprit.Spurious action potentials triggered by electromagnetic radiation creates a sort of ‘mental fog’ of false informationthat makes it harder for the brain to recognize weak but real stimuli.

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A driver using a mobile phone may still see the road ahead using the strong images from the central part of the eye but may be less aware of weaker but still important images coming from the side.

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He may also be less able to conduct relatively complex tasks such as judging speed and distance in relation to other moving vehicles. This needs a lot of ‘computing power’ and will therefore be more susceptible to random interference.

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Although an experienced driver may do much of his driving automatically, his brain still has to do just as much work as if he were still learning; it is just that he is unaware of it.

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A seasoned driver is just as likely to be forced into making a mistake when using a mobile while driving as a novice,so don’t imagine you can get away with it just because you have been driving for years.

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Not only is it inadvisable to use a mobile yourself while driving, but your passengers should not use them eithersince their radiation may still affect your own driving.

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As poisonous as cigarette smoke and even harder to corral, the cell phone's second-hand microwave and radio-frequency (RF) pollution pose invisible but significant risks to bystanders--particularly children riding in cars that transmit amplified cell phone signals through their steel structure.

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Smart meters are radio frequency microwave meters that communicate with the Smart Grid. The Smart Grid is a transmission system that delivers electricity to from power plants to distribution substations and then from the substations it is delivered to homes and businesses.

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Under the guise of “reducing greenhouse gas emissions” and “reducing energy bills,” utility companies all over the United States are forcing tens of millions of American families to accept sophisticated surveillance devices in their homes.

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Smart Meters have potentially lethal effects as they emit both RF microwave radiation and dirty electricity that have been shown to cause cancer and heart disease. Dirty electricity or electric pollution is another danger that can lead to cancer, heart disease, diabetes and suicide.

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Smart Meters likely emit 100 times the amount of cumulative whole body exposure to microwave radiation than that of a cell phone.

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The federal government is spending a lot of money to help get these installed everywhere. By 2012, a total of 22 utilities in 16 states had finished rolling out smart meters to their entire customer base: 29 million people in all.

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By 2015, the IEE projects, that number will rise to 65 million. Eventually the goal is to have these smart meters in all of our homes and if that ever happened there would essentially be no more privacy.

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Once installed, a smart meter monitors your home every single minute of every single day and it transmits very sophisticated data about your personal behavior back to the utility company.

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The concern is that the incredibly detailed data that these surveillance devices collect will be given or sold to a vast array of third parties.

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Those databases may be shared with, or fall into the hands of criminals, blackmailers, law enforcement, private hackers of wireless transmissions, power company employees, and other unidentified parties who may act against the interests of the occupants under metered surveillance.

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Smart meter technology, though touted as “cost-effective” and able to “maximize energy efficiency,” is about more than environmental concerns. It’s about control through measuring and monitoring your every move.

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It is happening in Europe too. The European Parliament has set a goal of having smart meters in the homes of 80 percent of all electricity consumers by the year 2020.

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The DOE received $30 billion in funding from Obama’s stimulus package to implement tyrannical global warming policies like Smart Grids that are ultimately controlled by the federal government.

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The Super Grid has a backdoor kill switch that could cut electricity to entire states with the flick of a switch.

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Huge technology corporations stand to benefit by $170 billion a year. The biggest supporters of the Smart Grid are corporations who stand to benefit from building the infrastructure: IBM, GE, Hewlett Packard, Siemens, Google, Toshiba, Microsoft, ABB and Cisco.

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Most utility industry studies only account for one Smart Meter on a home, but with the addition of natural gas and water Smart Meters, the risks are tripled.And imagine the effects from clusters of Smart Meters on apartment houses!

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High frequency voltage transients exist everywhere on electric power wiring today, both inside and outside of buildings, caused by an interruption of electrical current flow. These should not be present on normal 60-Hz sine waves used in power distribution.

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Electric fields such as those emitted by power lines, cell phones and cell towers, and home appliances including television, have frequencies between 2 and 100 kilohertz in the radiofrequency range and can have profound biological effects.

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We are in the midst of an invisible and silent plague of pandemic proportions that has been woven into our everyday lives. Dirty electricity is in virtually every building, whether it be our homes, schools, workplaces or hospitals.

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Energy-efficient appliances and equipment are amongst the culprits that create dirty electricity. Many houses with solar panels have very high levels of dirty electricity. Wind turbines can also generate dirty electricity, which is then transferred along the grid.

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Most people, even if exposed to levels and wavelengths that are literally killing them, remain unaware.

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Everyone living in areas of the world with electricity is being negatively affected. It is only a question of degree.

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The incidence of childhood leukemia is higher in children who live near power lines that carry high voltage.

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ELFs act as a cancer promoter. ELF fields interact with the cell membrane and can affect hormones, calcium exchange, and tissue growth.

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A blender from six inches away emits between 30 and 100 milligauss; an electric can opener six inches away emits between 500 and 1500 milligauss.

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A hairdryer six inches away emits between 1.0 and 700 milligauss; and a ceiling fan 12 inches away emits between 3.0 and 50 milligauss.

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Some sources maintain that even 2.0 milligauss is enough to disrupt a person’s biological function and that the maximum emission a person can safely absorb is only 1.0 milligauss.

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Cumulative damage may result from subtle chronic exposures. Such electric fields form around any electric charge, according to numerous authorities, including those within your cells.

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Dr Sam Milham in 1982 was the first to link workers exposed to EMFs with higher rates of leukemia. Lloyd Morgan, a brain tumor survivor and a director of the Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States (CBTRUBenign Brain Tumor Registries Amendment ActS), introduced the into US Congress that became law in 2002.

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Along with breast cancer, leukemia and diseases of the central nervous system, brain tumors are among the diseases that are more prominent in this health issue.

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Electromagnetic fields can be generated by spinning magnets, which is what steel-belted radial rotating tires are.

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Very recently, new research is suggesting that nearly all the human plagues which emerged in the twentieth century, like common acute lymphoblastic leukemia in children, female breast cancer, malignant melanoma and asthma, can be tied to some facet of our use of electricity. There is an urgent need for governments and individuals to take steps to minimize community and personal EMF exposures.

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Wertheimer and Leeper were the first to see a magnetic field–breast cancer connection in their 1982 study of residential magnetic field exposures of adults. They discovered a nearly threefold increase among women younger than 55 who lived near power lines, indicating that magnetic field exposure had accelerated development and growth of breast cancer.

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Breast tissue(along with fetal tissue) is the most sensitive tissue in the body and also the most sensitive to artificial (man-made) radiation.

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The contention that EMFs are a risk factor, let alone a causative factor, in female breast cancer has been heavily resisted.

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There have been thousands of studies of EMFs, more so than with any other health issue. There are moreepidemiological studies that link cancer to these fields than to environmental tobacco smoke.

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The list of cancers showing an increased risk in firefighters strongly overlaps with the list of cancers with high rates in workers exposed to electromagnetic fields (EMF) and radiofrequency radiation (RF).

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Recent studies of long-term California firefighters working in fire stations near cell towers have shown that they have many of the signs and symptoms of microwave illness like sleep deprivation, depression, headaches, tremors, and slowed reaction time. They had abnormal functional brain scans.

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We are all concerned about the infiltration of chemicals into our wider and more personal environments, yet the combined effects of toxic agents together with EMFs enhance the damage as compared to the toxic exposure alone.

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Cancer clusters serve to show us what is happening silently on a daily basis in everyone's lives. The adults and children of today have already been affected by these EMFs. Miscarriage, stillbirth, pre-term delivery, altered gender ratio and congenital abnormalities have been linked to maternal exposure.

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Testicular abnormalities, atypical sperm, chromosomal aberrations and offspring congenital defects have all been linked to paternal exposure. Fathers employed in industries with higher than average EMF exposure have also been noted to have offspring with higher rates of brain and spinal cord tumors.

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Artificially created EM radiation (EMR) is a determinant in the development of malignant melanoma, an increasingly prevalent cancer that was uncommon until around 50 years ago.

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Electric fields are always present on charged electrical wires and devices plugged into outlets and are created by differences in voltage. AC electric fields are present any time an electric device or power cord is plugged in to an electric outlet. An electric field will exist even when there is no current flowing.

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Energy-efficient bulbs, laptop computers, electric blankets, metal lamps and clock radios are all common source points.

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We are actually exposed to this harmful field wherever we are within a house all day and night because electric fields can extend up to ten to fifteen feet, but its harmful effect is especially disruptive when we try to rest and rejuvenate during the night.

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Sleeping in a high electric field environment keeps you from having deep, restful “Stage four and five” sleep.

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When it comes to EMF exposure, electric fields are the more ominous factor to consider. Lately, more evidence has accumulated that the electric field is having more impact on health than originally thought.

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High-voltage lines, power lines and common items such as transformers, laptops and computers, CRT monitors, energy-efficient lighting and power cords can also produce strong electric and magnetic fields.

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Any harmful EMFs can be classed as dirty; yet there is another facet of electricity, termed "dirty electricity," that is now seen as even more of a threat to our health than the electromagnetic fields mentioned above.

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Electricity is termed “dirty” or polluted when the normal 60 cycle sine wave carries with it various high frequencies, which damage electronics and living beings. Industry and large corporations spend billions to protect their electronic equipment from this, but nobody is looking out for humans.

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Many years ago before the discovery of solid state devices now found in all electronic equipment, the electricity that powers our homes, buildings, and factories was like a meadow in the country, gently varying, quiet, harmonious and clean.

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This dirt is much like noisy static you might hear on a radio playing wonderful classical music. The underlying music is there and it could be beautiful and relaxing, but all that static is too irritating, and you change the station or turn off the radio.

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This dirt is much like noisy static you might hear on a radio playing wonderful classical music. The underlying music is there and it could be beautiful and relaxing, but all that static is too irritating, and you change the station or turn off the radio.

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Unfortunately, with dirty electricity turning it off is not possible. Dirty electricity is everywhere in our environment. You are generating this dirt in your very own house, as are your neighbors and the office down the block and the factory in the industrial part of town.

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The dirt is produced by the workings of all of our electronic equipment like, computers, TVs, radios, microwaves, light dimmers, digital clocks and cell phone chargers.

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The dirt follows the electrical lines around your house and out of your house following the wires that supply electricity to your house. The neighbor’s dirt and the office’s dirt, and the factory’s dirt follows the same paths and ends up in every house, office and factory.

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We have assumed, until recently, that this form of energy is not biologically active. However, recent research tells us that this dirty electricity is biologically active.

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Dr. Martin Graham an emeritus professor of electrical engineering at UC Berkeley and Dave Stetzer developed the Graham/Stetzer meter that measures transients on electric wires by plugging into an outlet and a plug-in capacitor filter for reducing transients.

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These GS filters, "capacitors", attenuate much of the most significant 4kHz to 100 kHz completely of the dangerous high frequency energy riding on your home's wires.

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When a current flowing through the wire is made to oscillate at a very rapid rate (3 KHz or greater), the floating electromagnetic field will break free and be launched into space. The wire acts like an antenna. At the speed of light, the energy will radiate outward in a pulsating pattern, much like the waves in a pond.

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Transients are caused by an interruption of electrical current flow, essentially creating high-frequency voltage transients that should not be present on normal 60-Hz sine waves used in power distribution.

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When filters to reduce the dirty electricity were installed in homes and schools, symptoms such as chronic fatigue, depression, headaches, body aches and pains, ringing in the ears, dizziness, diabetes, impaired sleep, memory loss, and confusion were reduced.

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The Amish in the United States and Canada, who live without electricity, have type-2 diabetes prevalence rates about half those of the non-Amish, and the Amish have lower rates of cancer, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer's disease, and suicide.

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Based on this research it is estimated that as much as 50% of the population may be hypersensitive to dirty electricity; children may be more sensitive than adults and dirty electricity in schools may be interfering with education and possibly contributing to disruptive behavior associated with attention deficit disorder (ADD).

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Dirty electricity may elevate plasma glucose levels among diabetics, and exacerbate symptoms for those with multiple sclerosis and tinnitus.