Polarization: A Key Difference between Man-made and Natural Electromagnetic Fields, in regard to Biological Activity

@inproceedings{Panagopoulos2015PolarizationAK,
  title={Polarization: A Key Difference between Man-made and Natural Electromagnetic Fields, in regard to Biological Activity},
  author={Dimitris J. Panagopoulos and Olle Johansson and George Louis Carlo},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
In the present study we analyze the role of polarization in the biological activity of Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs)/Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR). All types of man-made EMFs/EMR - in contrast to natural EMFs/EMR - are polarized. Polarized EMFs/EMR can have increased biological activity, due to: 1) Ability to produce constructive interference effects and amplify their intensities at many locations. 2) Ability to force all charged/polar molecules and especially free ions within and around all… CONTINUE READING

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