- EMF - Electromagnetic Field research
BY GÁBOR LEDNYICZKY, OLGA ZHALKO-TYTARENKO AND SEAN TOPPING
HIPPOCAMPUS RESEARCH FACILITIES, H-1092 BUDAPEST, RÁDAY U. 8. #2/12, HUNGARY
Phone: +36-1-2990200, FAX: +36-1-2990836, e-mail: email@example.com
Feel the force
MAGNETIC fields have been fingered in the past as a possible trigger for cancer,
causing public scares about living under power lines or working near strong
magnets. But no one could figure out how they might cause health problems
because they don't have enough energy to break chemical bonds or heat molecules
up. Now chemists have a hint of a possible mechanism.
Knowledge of the hazards of non-ionising radiation has been around for the last 50 years. Whereas, the Russians took these problems seriously, Western industrial societies have weighted economical benefit against health problems and found economy to be more important than public health. Numerous papers, articles and books on low-level non-ionising radiation seem to have done little to alert the authorities even those coming from within governmental agencies themselves!!
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