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On the difference between Man-made and Natural Electromagnetic Fields/Radiation ...
On the difference between Man-made and Natural Electromagnetic Fields/Radiation, in regard to Biological Activity
A new tutorial/article written to correct incorrect statements and incorrect physics on this subject in earlier publications and to prevent further spreading of this false information.
In recent papers ‘polarization’ is said to make the key difference between man-made and natural electromagnetic fields/radiation. Here I explain that this is not the case. The key difference is that man-made electromagnetic fields - such as from high-voltage lines and radio-frequency antennas - have macroscopic electric and magnetic field strengths at one or a few frequencies, while for natural electromagnetic radiation – such as from the sun – these field strengths are zero at all frequencies. These man-made electromagnetic fields can thus induce oscillations of charged particles in our body, while the natural electromagnetic radiation, although having a much higher intensity, cannot do so. The higher energy photons in the natural radiation can of course be harmful on an individual basis, but that is different.
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April 4, 2017
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