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EMF Books - Important texts available online

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by redneckrobot@gmail.com, Sep 25, 2013.

  1. I found a resource for books on the EMF issue online -- thought I would share with the group.

    http://microondes.wordpress.com/bookslivres/

    Some of the texts available in PDF format:

    • Robert C. Kane – 'Cellular Telephone Russian Roulette'
    • A. Presman, - 'Electromagnetic Fields and Life'
    • Robert O. Becker – 'The Body Electric' and 'Electromagnetism and Life'

    The site also has a link to the Bioinititive Report (collaborative scientific report on EMF risks):
    http://microondes.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/bioinitiative-report-full.pdf

    These should be helpful for those want to read more, but can't get their hands on hard copies ...

    (ps -- Hope I posted to the right thread!)
     
  2. fitness@home

    fitness@home Silver

    Thanks. Downloaded to a file I keep at work. These should keep me busy when I have a slow period.

    The week between Chirstmas and New Year's comes to mind...always as slow as molasses at work then.
     
  3. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Thanks Redneck! Welcome to the forum.
    Robert O. Becker... where have I heard that name before.....
     
  4. Yes, the Becker research is fascinating. I had to read Body Electric twice to get my mind around science and ideas. I highly recommend another book of his, Cross Currents.

    And (if you haven't checked) Wikipedia has some good references to Becker research papers:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_O._Becker

    Such as "Photoelectric effects in human bone" at:
    http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v206/n4991/pdf/2061325a0.pdf

    I've gone down the rabbit hole of emf study. My wife is wondering what all these books are on the bedside table!
     

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