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An EMF/EMR treasure trove of information and measurement devices.

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by CindyB, Dec 5, 2013.

  1. CindyB

    CindyB Guest

    I've been reading this paper:
    Physics ± Uspekhi 46 (3) 259 ± 291 (2003)
    "Effects of weak magnetic fields on biological systems: physical aspects
    V N Binhi, A V Savin"
    available here: http://biomag.narod.ru/pdf/2003.Binhi.ea.PUsp.pdf

    "Unlike biomagnetism studying magnetic fields (MF) of biological systems [1], magnetobiology focuses on biological reactions and mechanisms of action of weak (below 1 mT) magnetic fields. There is rapidly growing interest in the biological action of weak magnetic and electromagnetic fields. The American periodical Microwave News has pub- lished a list of hundreds of the Internet hyperlinks to organizations directly involved in electromagnetobiological research (http://www.microwavenews.com/www.html)."


    "For more than 30 years, Microwave News has been reporting on the potential health and environmental impacts of electromagnetic fields and radiation. We are widely recognized as a fair and objective source of information on this controversial subject.

    Microwave News covers the entire non-ionizing electromagnetic spectrum, with special emphasis on mobile phones and power lines, as well as radar and broadcast towers.

    The first print issue was published in January 1981. All our print issues may be downloaded from the News Center at no cost.

    In June 2003, Microwave News converted to a Web-based format.

    Microwave News is independent and is not aligned with any industry or government agency. Today, we rely on contributions from our readers."​

    Check out their tabs for [EMF/EMR Meters] and [EMF/EMR Directory]. Info on organizations in lots of different countries.

    I can see that Dr. J referenced this site back in April this year here:

    Good stuff.
  2. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Thanks for sharing ....

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