Monday, October 10, 2005

Electromagnetic fields

According to the book 'The Body Electric' by Robert O. Becker, Gary Selden, "the human species has changed its electromagnetic background more than any other aspect of its environment...the density of radio waves around us now is 100 million or 200 million times the natural level reaching us from the sun."

And this has not gone amiss in military applications. A 1997 article in the British Medical Journal (Vol. 315, July 12th, 1997) titled "Non-lethal weapons: precipitating a new arms race" stated that "The ultimate expression of this dilemma is the potential development of race specific weapons based on knowledge of genetic engineering and human genome diversity."

Yet can the human DNA be affected by Electromagnetism (EM)?

An academic article in Bioelectromagnetics 18:111-115 (1997) titled 'Do Electromagnetic fields Interact Directly with DNA?' stated that:

"studies on DNA have shown that large electron flows are possible within the stacked base pairs of the double helix. Therefore, gene activation by magnetic fields could be due to direct interaction with moving electrons within DNA. Electric fields as well as magnetic fields stimulate transcription, and both fields could interact with DNA directly."

Are we being bombarded by our own technological advancement, surrounded by fields of EM in exponential increase as our communications develop?

Can this be misused? In the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (July/August 1998) in an article title 'All in the (Russian) Mind?' it told of how psychotronic weapons had been developed and tested in Russia. And we know that the US DARPA has been investigating similar projects since the end of WW2.

My question, not to err on the side of conspiracy theories, is to examine whether such EM increases will have a mutational effect upon our own DNA, and affect our physical and spiritual vibrations, and interfere with the natural bio-photon emmissions of our evolving DNA...?

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