By David O. Carpenter, Sinerik Ayrapetyan
Fresh matters over the prospective dangers of electric and magnetic fields in the house and office are comprehensively addressed inside of this ebook. The chapters include specified learn at the organic results of electrical and magnetic fields, and proof for and opposed to any interplay of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and the organic systems.
- The relative probability of publicity to EMFs
- Putative behavioral and neural results of EMFs
- EMF results on cells
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Furthermore, these authors raise the 24 Andrew Bassett issue of signal periodicity and the importance of temporal exposure patterns, points addressed extensively by Fitton-Jackson and her co-workers (FittonJackson, 1985; Fitton-Jackson and Bassett, 1980; Farndale and Murray, 1986). Experimental evidence from a variety of sources (including drug, hormonal, and electrical) suggests that periodic, rather than continuous, stimulation is a part of nature's basic order. Temporal issues, therefore, deserve more attention than they have received, not only insofar as exposure timing is concerned, but, also, the temporal distribution of the energy.
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Biological Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields. Beneficial and Harmful Effects by David O. Carpenter, Sinerik Ayrapetyan