Electrosensibility

 

(French version follows)

The International Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Project of the World Health Organization (WHO)

 

http://www.who.int/peh-emf/project/en/

“The International EMF Project has been established to assess health and environmental effects of exposure to static and time varying electric and magnetic fields in the frequency range 0-300 GHz.”

 

http://www.who.int/peh-emf/project/EMF_Project/en/

 “EMF exposure now occurs to varying degrees to all populations of the world, and the levels will continue to increase with advancing technology. Thus, even a small health consequence from EMF exposure could have a major public health impact.”

 

http://www.who.int/peh-emf/about/WhatisEMF/en/index1.html

“Everyone is exposed to a complex mix of weak electric and magnetic fields, both at home and at work, from the generation and transmission of electricity, domestic appliances and industrial equipment, to telecommunications and broadcasting.”

 

“Low-frequency electric fields influence the human body just as they influence any other material made up of charged particles. When electric fields act on conductive materials, they influence the distribution of electric charges at their surface. They cause current to flow through the body to the ground.

 

[Image: http://www.who.int/entity/peh-emf/about/en/2elecfields.gif]

 

“Low-frequency magnetic fields induce circulating currents within the human body. The strength of these currents depends on the intensity of the outside magnetic field. If sufficiently large, these currents could cause stimulation of nerves and muscles or affect other biological processes.”

 

“Both electric and magnetic fields induce voltages and currents in the body but even directly beneath a high voltage transmission line, the induced currents are very small compared to thresholds for producing shock and other electrical effects.”

 

“Heating is the main biological effect of the electromagnetic fields of radiofrequency fields.(…) The heating effect of radiowaves forms the underlying basis for current guidelines. Scientists are also investigating the possibility that effects below the threshold level for body heating occur as a result of long-term exposure.”

 

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Difficulties in ruling out the possibility of very small risks
"The absence of evidence of detrimental effects does not seem to suffice in modern society. The evidence of their absence is demanded more and more instead". (Barnabas Kunsch, Austrian Research Centre Seibersdorf)”
 
"There is no convincing evidence for an adverse health effect of electromagnetic fields" or "A cause-effect link between electromagnetic fields and cancer has not been confirmed" are typical of the conclusions that have been reached by expert committees that have examined the issue. This sounds as if science wanted to avoid giving an answer. Then why should research continue if scientists have already shown that there is no effect?
 
The answer is simple: Human health studies are very good at identifying large effects, such as a connection between smoking and cancer. Unfortunately, they are less able to distinguish a small effect from no effect at all. If electromagnetic fields at typical environmental levels were strong carcinogens, then it would have been easy to have shown that by now. By contrast, if low level electromagnetic fields are a weak carcinogen, or even a strong carcinogen to a small group of people in the larger population, that would be far more difficult to demonstrate. In fact, even if a large study shows no association we can never be entirely sure that there is no relationship. The absence of an effect could mean that there really is none. But just as well it could mean that the effect is simply undetectable with our method of measurement. Therefore, negative results are generally less convincing than strong positive ones.
 
The most difficult situation of all, which unfortunately has developed with epidemiology studies involving electromagnetic fields, is a collection of studies with weak positive results, which however are inconsistent among each other. In that situation, scientists themselves are likely to be divided about the significance of the data."
 
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Le Projet International « Champs électromagnétiques » (CEM) de l’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS)

 

http://www.who.int/peh-emf/project/fr/

“L'objectif du projet est d'évaluer les effets sur la santé et sur l'environnement de l'exposition aux champs électriques et magnétiques compris dans les fréquences de 0 à 300 GHz."

 

http://www.who.int/peh-emf/project/EMF_Project/fr/

"Chacun de nous est exposé à un ensemble complexe de champs électriques et magnétiques de faible intensité , tant à la maison que sur le lieu de travail, dont les sources vont de la production et du transport de l'électricité pour alimenter les appareils ménagers et les équipements industriels, aux télécommunications et aux émissions radiotélévisées."

 

"Les champs électriques de basse fréquence agissent sur l'organisme humain tout comme sur tout autre matériau constitué de particules chargées. En présence de matériaux conducteurs, les champs électriques agissent sur la distribution des charges électriques présentes à leur surface. Il provoquent la circulation de courants du corps jusqu'à la terre.

 

Les champs magnétiques de basse fréquence font également apparaître à l'intérieur du corps des courants électriques induits dont l'intensité dépend de l'intensité du champ magnétique extérieur. S'ils atteignent une intensité suffisante, ces courants peuvent stimuler les nerfs et les muscles ou affecter divers processus biologiques."

 

[Image : http://www.who.int/entity/peh-emf/about/en/2elecfields.gif]

 

Un champ électrique ou magnétique peut faire apparaître une différence de potentiel ou des courants dans le corps, mais même juste au-dessous d'une ligne à haute tension, les courants induits sont très faibles par rapport à l'intensité nécessaire pour produire une électrocution ou d'autres effets biologiques.

 

Le principal effet biologique des champs électromagnétiques de radiofréquence est de nature thermique. (…) C'est cet effet thermique des radiofréquences qui est pris en compte pour l'établissement de recommandations. On se pose également la question de savoir si, à la suite d'une exposition prolongée, des effets peuvent se produire en dessous du seuil d'apparition des effets thermiques. » 

 

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Difficulté d'exclure la possibilité de très faibles risques
"L' absence de preuve d'un effet nocif ne semble pas suffire aux sociétés modernes. Ce que l'on exige avec de plus en plus d'insistance , c'est davantage la preuve de son absence". ( Barnabas Kunsch, Centre autrichien de recherche de Seibersdorf ).
 
"Il n'y a aucune preuve convaincante d'un effet sanitaire indésirable qui soit imputable aux champs électromagnétiques" ou " On n'a pas confirmé l'existence d'un lien de cause à effet entre les champs électromagnétiques et le cancer" : voilà le genre de conclusions typiques qu'expriment les comités d'experts qui se sont penchées sur le problème. On a l'impression que les scientifiques cherchent à éviter de donner une véritable réponse. Mais alors, si les scientifiques ont d'ores et déjà démontré qu'il n'y a aucun effet, pourquoi poursuivre la recherche ?
 
La réponse est simple : les études sur la santé humaine sont un très bon moyen de mettre en évidence les effets de grande ampleur, par exemple le lien entre le tabagisme et le cancer. Elles sont malheureusement beaucoup moins à même de faire la différence entre un faible effet et l'absence totale d'effet. Si les champs électromagnétiques qui baignent habituellement notre environnement étaient fortement cancérogènes, il aurait été facile d'en faire la preuve. En revanche, si les champs peu intenses sont faiblemement cancérogènes ou même s'ils sont fortement cancérogènes pour un petit groupe de sujets appartenant à une population plus vaste, la démonstration devient beaucoup plus difficile. En fait, même si une étude à grande échelle ne révèle aucune association , on ne peut jamais être absolument sûr qu'il n'y ait pas de relation. Cela pourrait tout aussi bien signifier que l'effet n'est tout simplement pas décelable au moyen de notre méthode de mesure. C'est pourquoi des résultats négatifs sont généralement moins convaincants que des résultats nettement positifs.
 
Le cas le plus difficile de tous - et c'est malheureusement ce qu'on observe avec les études épidémiologiques sur les champs électromagnétiques- est celui dans lequel un ensemble d'études donne des résultats faiblement positifs mais qui ne cadrent pas les uns avec les autres. Dans cette situation, les scientifiques eux- mêmes ont des chances d'être divisés au sujet de la signification des résultats."
 
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Scientists strive for the recognition of non-thermal effects of Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) at the World Health Organization (WHO)

 
Meeting of #ECERI with WHO on electromagnetic fields, 3rd of March, 2017
 
Newsletter of the European Cancer and Environment Research Institute (#ECERI) (No 5, March 2017)
 
Excerpts:
 
"David Carpenter (US) introduced the talk, reminding that there are numerous significant human health hazards of concern, due to non-thermal effects of EMFs. He expressed the particular concern of the ECERI Group that a new WHO Environmental Health Criteria (EHC) document on radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF EMFs) is scheduled to be released in 2017, and that the members of the EHC Core Group are in denial of serious non-thermal effects of RF EMFs in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary."
 
"Igor Belyaev pointed at genotoxicity induced by exposure to RF under specific conditions of exposure (type of cells, type of signal etc) and at all other biological effects of RF (blood brain barrier, melatonin, oxidative stress, gene/protein proliferation) induced under specific conditions of non-thermal RF exposure.
In contrast to the Russian National Committee of Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, the ICNIRP safety standards do not take into account non-thermal effects and prolonged exposures, and are in evident contradiction with classification of RF as possible carcinogen, group 2B, by IARC."
 
"Dominique Belpomme (France) presented the results of his study on electromagnetic hypersensitivity. Based on a series of 1,500 EHS* and/or MCS* cases, it was found that EHS can be objectively characterized by a battery of biomarkers reflecting oxidative stress, low grade neuro-inflammation and BBB opening.
Presently 1-10% of the investigated population in Europe is estimated to be EHS-self reporting persons."
 
#Electrohypersensibility #EHS, #MultipleChemicalSensitivity #MHS
 
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Electrical Hypersensitivity (EHS) – World Health Organization Fact Sheet

 

http://www.who.int/peh-emf/publications/facts/fs296/en/

 

What is EHS?
"EHS is characterized by a variety of non-specific symptoms, which afflicted individuals attribute to exposure to EMF". 
(...)
"EHS resembles multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS), another disorder associated with low-level environmental exposures to chemicals. Both EHS and MCS are characterized by a range of non-specific symptoms that lack apparent toxicological or physiological basis or independent verification. A more general term for sensitivity to environmental factors is Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance (IEI), which originated from a workshop convened by the International Program on Chemical Safety (IPCS) of the WHO in 1996 in Berlin."

 

#ElectricalHypersensitivity #EHS 
#MultipleChemicalSensitivities #MCS
#IdiopathicEnvironmentalIntolerance #IEI

 

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L’Hypersensibilité Électromagnétique – Rapport de l' Organisation Mondiale de la Santé 

 

http://www.who.int/peh-emf/publications/facts/fs296/fr/

 

"Qu'est-ce que l'hypersensibilité électromagnétique"

"La HSEM est caractérisée par divers symptômes que les individus touchés attribuent à l'exposition aux CEM." 
(...)
"La HSEM présente des analogies avec les sensibilités chimiques multiples (SCM), un autre trouble associé à des expositions environnementales de bas niveau à des produits chimiques. La HSEM, comme les SCM, se caractérisent par une série de symptômes non spécifiques, pour lesquels on manque d'éléments tangibles sur le plan toxicologique ou physiologique, ou de vérifications indépendantes. Il existe un terme plus général pour désigner la sensibilité aux facteurs environnementaux : l'intolérance environnementale idiopathique (IEI), définie lors d'un atelier convoqué par le Programme international sur la sécurité des substances chimiques (IPCS) de l'OMS à Berlin en 1996."

 

 

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Le Professeur Belpomme intervient à l'Assemblée nationale pour présenter l'Électrohypersensibilité #EHS

 

Extrait de la vidéo https://youtu.be/BbaSHaTK_wI:
"Convaincre le corps médical, expliquer ce que sont ces nouvelles pathologies émergentes, dont témoignent non seulement l'Électrohypersensibilité mais aussi la Sensibilité Multiple aux Produits Chimiques. C'est exactement le même type de pathologie."

"Il y a l'aspect juridique. Il faut que le droit évolue. Je suis à peu près convaincu dans ce que j'ai pu entendre d'ici et delà au contact des avocats et spécialistes du droit, que ce droit devra évoluer. Et c'est dès maintenant que nous devons faire ce travail."

[8.44] Pour vous dire, le Harvard Medical School nous a contacté pour travailler ensemble.

 

 

Professor Belpomme lecture at French Parliament on #Electrohypersensibility #EHS

 

"Persuade the medical corpus, explain what are these new emergent pathologies, which include not only Electrohypersensibility (EHS) but also Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MHS). It is the same type of pathology."

"There is the legal aspect. The law must evolve. I am almost convinced from what I have heard from my contact with lawyers and legal specialists, that the law has to evolve. And it is as of now that we have do this work.

[8.44] Just mentioning that the Harvard Medical School has contacted us to work together.

 

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« L' Appel de Paris »: Declaration Internationale du 7 mai 2004 sur les Dangers Sanitaires de la Pollution Chimique

 

« Le 7 mai 2004 à l’UNESCO se sont réunis, dans une même volonté, des scientifiques internationaux de renom, des médecins, des représentants d'associations environnementales, lors du colloque « Cancer, Environnement et Société organisé par l’ARTAC. De cette union entre scientifiques et organisations non gouvernementales est né l’Appel de Paris, déclaration historique sur les dangers sanitaires de la pollution chimique.»


Visitez le site www.appel-de-paris.com

 

Extraits du site de l’Association pour la Recherche Thérapeutique Anti-Cancéreuse (ARTAC) http://www.artac.info/…/appel-de-p…/presentation_000074.html

 

L’Appel de Paris déclare :

Article 1 :
Le développement de nombreuses maladies actuelles est consécutif à la dégradation de l'environnement.

Article 2 :
La pollution chimique constitue une menace grave pour l'enfant et pour la survie de l'Homme.

Article 3 :
Notre santé, celle de nos enfants et celle des générations futures étant en péril, c'est l'espèce humaine qui est elle-même en danger.

 

« L'Appel de Paris a recueilli l'adhésion et l'appui de personnalités éminentes telles que les deux Prix Nobel de Médecine français, les Prs François Jacob et Jean Dausset, de nombreux membres des Académies des Sciences et de Médecine parmi lesquels les Prs Jean Bernard, Yves Coppens, François Gros, Lucien Israel, Luc Montagnier, des personnalités médiatiques, humanistes comme Nicolas Hulot, Albert Jacquard et Boutros Boutros-Ghali. »

 

« L'Appel de Paris est un document de référence pour les instances européennes. Aujourd'hui, plusieurs centaines de scientifiques internationaux, près de 1000 ONG et environ 200.000 citoyens ont apporté leur signature à l'Appel. Il est signé par le Conseil national de l'Ordre des médecins ainsi que par l'ensemble des conseils nationaux de l'ordre des médecins et syndicats médicaux des 25 Etats membres de l'Union européenne regroupés au sein du Comité permanent des médecins européens représentatif des deux millions de médecins européens. »

Image | "Réunis le 7 mai 2004 à l'UNESCO pour présenter l'Appel de Paris : Paul Lannoye, Nicolas Hulot, Lucien Israël, Dominique Belpomme, Samuel Epstein, Corinne Lepage, Luc Montagnier."

 

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The European Cancer and Environment Research Institute (ECERI)

http://www.eceri-institute.org/

 

First scientifc publication on objective biological markers of Electrohypersensitivity and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

Reliable disease biomarkers characterizing and identifying electrohypersensitivity and multiple chemical sensitivity as two etiopathogenic aspects of a unique pathological disorder.

 

News & Newsletters

http://www.eceri-institute.org/en/eceri-news_19.html 

 

 

Electrohypersensibility (EHS) and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MHS)

Research and Treatement European Group

http://www.ehs-mcs.org/en/

 

 

Extremely important book

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zach Bush, MD Describes Factors Leading to Electrosensitivity and the Importance of Repairing the Extracellular Matrix

https://vimeo.com/203809908

 

 

Pr. Belpomme (France) is an Electrosensibility specialist 

Important article

http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/reveh.2015.30.issue-4/reveh-2015-0027/reveh-2015-0027.xml

 

 

 

 

Publication scientifique du Pr Belpomme sur les biomarqueurs de l'EHS et de la MCS - Nov. 2015

 

 

(English version follows)
Le Professeur Belpomme intervient à l'Assemblée nationale pour présenter l'Electrohypersensibilité #EHS
 
Extrait de la vidéo:
"Convaincre le corps médical, expliquer au corps médical ce que sont ces nouvelles pathologies émergentes, dont témoignent non seulement l'Électrohypersensibilité mais aussi la Sensibilité Multiple aux Produits Chimiques, c'est exactement le même type de pathologie."
 
"Il y a l'aspect juridique. Il faut que le droit évolue. Je suis à peu près convaincu dans ce que j'ai pu entendre d'ici et delà au contact des avocats et spécialistes du droit, que ce droit devra évoluer. Et c'est dès maintenant que nous devons faire ce travail."
 
[8.44] Pour vous dire, le Harvard Medical School nous a contacté pour travailler ensemble.
 
Professor Belpomme lecture at French Parliament on #Electrohypersensibility #EHS
 
"Persuade the medical corpus, explain what are these new emergent pathologies, which include not only Electrohypersensibility (EHS) but also Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MHS)."
 
"There is the legal aspect. The law must evolve. I am almost convinced from what I have heard from my contact with lawyers and legal specialists, that the law has to evolve. And it is as of now that we have do this work.
 
[8.44] Just mentioning that the Harvard Medical School has contacted us to work together.
 
https://youtu.be/BbaSHaTK_wI

 

Article cité à l'intervention de Pr. Belpomme à l'Assemblée Nationale

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbaSHaTK_wI

Présenter l'Electrosensibilité au corpus médical 

 

Les sacrifiés des ondes

http://www.observatoire-reel.com/Philippe-Lebar_a114.html

 

Bande annonce du film

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHh7kjqPgtA&feature=plcp

 

 

Scientists working on the impact of Electromagnetic Fields on Biological Function
 
Martha Herbert MD PhD, Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, Head of "Transcend" Research Laboratory TRANSCEND(Research Program)(http://www.massgeneral.org/neurology/research/researchlab.aspx?id=1260&display=team & http://transcend.mgh.harvard.edu/)
MGH Neurology, Massachusetts General Hospital
 
From http://www.marthaherbert.org/:
"A critical intellectual turning point for me was co-authoring the long paper “Autism and EMF? Plausibility of a Pathophysiological Link,” now peer-reviewed, indexed on PubMed and published as Part I and Part II in the journal Pathophysiology (2013)."
 
Link to Part II https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24113318
Excerpt from paper:
2.1.4.1. Brain cells
"Impact of EMF/RFR on cells in the brain has been documented by some of the studies that have examined brain tissue after exposure, although the interpretation of inconsistencies across studies is complicated by sometimes major differences in impact attributable to differences in frequencies and duration of exposure, as well as to differences in resonance properties of tissues and other poorly understood constraints on cellular response. These studies and methodological considerations have been reviewed in depth in several sections of the 2012 BioInitiative Report [[11], [99]]."
 
The BioInitiative Report http://www.bioinitiative.org/
 
09/02/2013 - "Harvard doctor warns about Wi-Fi in schools"
http://www.es-uk.info/news/47-harvard-doctor-warns-about-wi-fi-in-schools.html
"Dr. Martha R. Herbert of the Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital has written a powerful letter with a clear message to a US school division considering installing wiifi in schools"
 
Facebook post with the letter: https://www.facebook.com/elisabethsmithie/posts/1685832048386485?pnref=story
 
Video of a parent reading the letter:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfesrIq6_oE&feature=share
 
Links and Contact
http://www.highersynth.org/links-2/
 
Facebook:
The Autism Revolution
Higher Synthesis Health
 
 
 
 
 
Health Effects of Electromagnetic Fields with David Carpenter, MD
Electrohypersensibility (EHS)*
 
Image [45:42] Induced currents in humans, pigs and rodents from a vertical 60 Hz, 10KV/m electric field (Standing under a power line)
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiVPzLmq0Dk
 
Excerpts from the video note :
 
David O. Carpenter is a public health physician whose current position is Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University at Albany, SUNY, as well as Professor at the UAlbany School of Public Health. After receiving his MD degree from Harvard Medical School he chose a career of research and public health. After research positions at the National Institute of Mental Health and the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, he came to Albany in 1980 as the Director of the Wadsworth Center for Laboratories and Research of the New York State Department of Health, the third largest public health laboratory in the US after NIH and CDC. »
 
He was given the responsibility of administering a program to determine whether there were adverse human health effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs).
 
Has testified before the House and the Senate and before the President’s Cancer Panel in 2009 on human health effects of both power line and radiofrequency EMFs from a variety of sources, particularly from cell phones.
 
He is the Co-Editor of the Bioinitiative Report (www.bioinitiative.org), a comprehensive review of the effects of EMFs.
 
*Electrohypersensibility (EHS) presentation starting at [47:41]
 
Note that one of the problems with electrosensibility studies is the absence of good animal models (ref. to image).
 

 

 

Coupling of humans to vertical 60 Hz electric fields
 
« The induced-charge density on the surface of the body is continuously changing as the applied 60-Hz electric field oscillates in time. »
 
Kaune WT, Phillips RD., Comparison of the coupling of grounded humans, swine and rats to vertical, 60-Hz electric fields, Bioelectromagnetics, 1980;1(2):117-29.
 
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/bem.2250010203/abstract
 
Paper cited by Dr. D. Carpenter, Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University at Albany, SUNY, Co-Editor of the Bioinitiative Report (www.bioinitiative.org), a comprehensive review of the effects of EMFs
 
Excerpts from the publication :
 
The induced-charge density on the surface of the body is continuously changing as the applied 60-Hz electric field oscillates in time.
 
The applied electric field is almost completely cancelled, inside the body, by a second field whose source is electric charge which has moved to, or very near, the surface of the body [Reitz and Milford, 19601].
 
Electric currents must exist inside the body to move electric charges to and away from the surface of the body. These currents will, in general, consist of both conductive and capacitive (displacement) components. For living tissues at 60-Hz, the capacitive component is small [Schwan and Kay, 1957; Schwan, 1963] and will be neglected here. For conducting models, which have much smaller dielectric constants, the capacitive current is negligible. An induced current of special significance is the short-circuit current which passes between a grounded body and ground.
 
The distribution of induced current within the body is expressed in terms of the current density, J, which is a vector pointing in the direction of current flow and with a magnitude equal to the current crossing a unit area orthogonal to J. J is related to the induced electric field inside the body, Ei, by J= gEi, where g is the conductivity.
 
The total (conduction) current passing out of some part of a body is directly related to the change in (free) electric charge stored within that part of the body [Reitz and Milford, 1960]. The total stored charge is the sum of the charges on the surface and inside the body. For uniformly conducting models, the stored charge inside the body is zero [Reitz and Milford, 1960]. For living subjects, charge will be stored inside the body, particularly at boundaries between different types of tissues.
 
Nevertheless, the total charge inside the body is small compared to the charge on the surface because the fields inside the body are small. Therefore, conducting models, which have the same induced surface charge density as their live counterparts, can be used to determine the currents passing through various cross sections of the body.
 
Consider, for example, the measurement of the induced current passing through the neck of a grounded man or animal. As discussed above, this current is the same as that induced in the head of a grounded conducting model of the same shape, and it can, therefore, be measured using a model which has the head electrically insulated from the rest of the body and directly grounded through a (low-impedance) current meter. The average axial component of current density (ie, component of current density parallel to the axis of the neck) can then be calculated by dividing the measured current by the cross-sectional area of the neck.
 
Humans
A body height of 1.7 m was assumed [ICRP, 1975], with a calculated short-circuit current of 160 μA. The currents crossing transverse sections through the neck, chest, abdomen, upper arm, thighs, and ankles were calculated using data reviewed in the section on published data in this paper. (...) Induced currents, section areas, and resulting current density estimates are given in Table 1, which also includes current density values normal to the surface of the body, calculated from measured surface electric fields.
 
Fig. 4 Grounded man, exposed to vertical, 60 Hz, 10 kV/m electric field. Surface electric field measurement, estimated axial current densities averaged over selected sections through body. Calculated current density perpendicular to surface of body.
 
 

 

http://www.albany.edu/news/experts/8212.php

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiVPzLmq0Dk

 

https://www.facebook.com/search/str/Carpenter+electromagnetic+fields/keywords_top

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiVPzLmq0Dk

 

http://appel-de-paris.com/

 

https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=Dave%20Ashton%20paris

 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/675328022574090/permalink/806271942813030/?match=ZGF2ZSBhc2h0b24sYXNodG9uLHBhcmlzLGRhdmU%3D

 

 

Dr Barrie Trower report: https://www.facebook.com/informationbookcom/posts/471665566506963

 

 

 

« L'exposition aux champs électromagnétiques agit via l'activation des canaux calciques voltage-dépendants de type L. 
Comment cela conduit à l'hypersensibilité électromagnétique (EHS) et à d'autres effets sur la santé.  »

 

http://www.cem-vivant.com/page-activation-des-canaux-calciques,116.html