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Dirty electricity, chronic stress, neurotransmitters and disease
Posted online on January 16, 2013.
Samuel Milham 1, David Stetzer 2
1 2318 Gravelly Beach Loop NW,
Olympia, WA, USA
2 Stetzer Electric,
Blair, WI, USA
Correspondence: Samuel Milham, 2318 Gravelly Beach Loop NW, Olympia, WA 98502, USA. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dirty electricity, also called electrical pollution, is high-frequency voltage transients riding along the 50 or 60 Hz electricity provided by the electric utilities. It is generated by arcing, by sparking and by any device that interrupts current flow, especially switching power supplies. It has been associated with cancer, diabetes and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in humans. Epidemiological evidence also links dirty electricity to most of the diseases of civilization including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and suicide, beginning at the turn of the twentieth century. The dirty electricity level in a public library was reduced from over 10 000 Graham/Stetzer (G/S) units to below 50 G/S units by installing plug-in capacitive filters. Before cleanup, the urinary dopamine level of only one of seven volunteers was within normal levels, while four of seven phenylethylamine levels were normal. After an initial decline, over the next 18 weeks the dopamine levels gradually increased to an average of over 215 μg/g creatinine, which is well above 170 μg/g creatinine, the high normal level for the lab. Average phenylethylamine levels also rose gradually to slightly above 70 μg/g creatinine, the high normal level for the lab. Neurotransmitters may be biomarkers for dirty electricity and other electromagnetic field exposures. We believe that dirty electricity is a chronic stressor of electrified populations and is responsible for many of their disease patterns.
Keywords: biomarkers, capacitive filters, catecholamines, chronic stress, dirty electricity, diseases of civilization, dopamine, phenylethylamine
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