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How does RF radiation work to disrupt life below the thermal threshold?

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    The energy in an RF current can radiate off a conductor into space as electromagnetic waves (radio waves); this is the basis of radio technology. Now think about all the conductors in you. Think is toll free?
    RF current does not penetrate deeply into electrical conductors but tends to flow along their surfaces; this is known as the skin effect. This is why the TSA thinks their machines are OK. You do know in the skin we make thinks using light frequencies that can interact via the Stokes shift? For this reason, when the human body comes in contact with high power RF currents it can cause superficial but serious burns called RF burns (Radiation burns). Rarely happens with PEMF devices but people with certain color tattoos have to be careful with High Tesla MRI magnets. I have had 4 patients this has occured in so it is a real thing but rare.
    RF currents applied to the body often do not cause the painful sensation of electric shock as do lower frequency currents so they tend to occur below our perceptual level. This is because the current changes direction too quickly to trigger depolarization of nerve membranes, but the this may not be true with the photoreceptors of the eye which are exquisitely attuned to all electromagnetic frequencies including RF.
    RF current can easily ionize air around us because we are FILLED with conductors for light, creating a conductive path through the medium. The path is determined by the charges in the medium. This property is exploited by "high frequency" units used in electric arc welding, which use currents at higher frequencies than power distribution uses.
    Another property is the ability to appear to flow through paths that contain insulating material, like the dielectric insulator of a capacitor. Water is life main dielectric? water. What is its main capacitor? EZ water. Bulk water has a dielectric of 78 and EZ is 160. So RF is way more dangerous to things with HIGHER dielectrics.
    When RF is conducted by an ordinary electric cable, RF current has a tendency to reflect from discontinuities in the cable such as connectors and travel back down the cable toward the source, causing a condition called standing waves. Therefore, RF current must be carried by specialized types of cable called transmission line. We know standing waves are generated in mitochondria........so the RF from your cell or PEMF device that is transmitted wirelessly where there is no cable.......what happens to us when the RF heads back to the antenna of the device in your pocket or on your body? These are just a few things for everyone to consider..........few do. RF = micronuclei to DNA. Why don't people get it? Science has been pushing the beliefs that ionizing radiation is the only form of radiation than can do it........not true and we know it is not true for a long time. The real key is what humans and the military use to communicate is the light frequencies that are killing us. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11835258
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    I had the good fortune to meet Joseph Bandeira, one of the authors of this paper on a new 65 Mhz therapy for Alzheimer's disease:


    It does not heat the tissue, but still has a strong effect. One more nail in the coffin of prevailing dogma, that if RF does not heat a tissue it has no effect.
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    The EM drive – a radio frequency (RF) resonant cavity thruster – appears to produce an ‘impossible’ thrust. Impossible – in that it apparently violates Newtons third law of motion: “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” Now in a recent paper by a group of Portuguese physicists, led by Prof. Jose Croca from the Center for Philosophy of Sciences at the University of Lisbon, present a possible explanation for this observed ‘impossible’ thrust. This goes to show you there is a lot about light we just do not appreciate yet in science.

    Pilot Wave Theory Explains EM Drive data.

    The EM drive was first proposed in 2001 by British inventor Roger Sawyer and has subsequently been tested by numerous groups around the world alongside possible explanations for its propulsion. However, still a hot topic of debate, a consensus on the level of thrust and an explanation for the thrust has not been found.

    Croca and his team hope to change this through their explanation utilizing an old theory known as Eurythmic physics. The word eurythmic comes from two Greek words eu, meaning well and rhuthmós, meaning symmetry, or rhythmical, and in the context of physics implies ‘the best path’.

    Eurhythmic physics is a kind of pilot wave theory, first proposed by Louis de Broglie (I've written about him) and further developed by his students and colleagues and now Croca. It includes both quantum mechanics and macroscopic physics to describe interactions from the perspective of non-linear wavelike dynamics. In the context taken here – in an attempt to explain the EM drives ‘impossible’ thrust – Newtons third law is taken as an "emergent property" due to the interactions between particles and fields where the field is thought to exert a force determined by the size and geometry of the resonant cavity. This fits into the April 2016 webinar and really is a manifestation of the electromagnetic force as scale changes.

    Such an explanation is in agreement with the electric universe theory, in which space is not empty and instead is an energetic field of information - with this understanding the EM drive does not violate Newtons third law of motion – it is pushing against the vacuum, where the tapered resonant cavity provides the asymmetry or differential gradient needed to produce the thrust.
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    Rats have a STRONG covalent bond between retinol and melanopsin and humans have a weak one. Humans do have far better repair programs than rats do for their nuclear genome and mtDNA. What are the implications? Cell Phone Radiation Causes Cancer in Rats. Rats are nocturnal mammals and have skin's and retina that are built differently via melanopsin. That means if rats can get cancer from cell phones it MIGHT be far easier to get the effect in humans even though the human epigenome is far better at protecting us from this radiation. So, what does the data say about humans so far? I found this review fair and balanced on the topic but the key for you to understand is the NTP study did not control for these melanopsin variations..........therefore, the risk to humans is more likely.......not less likely because of the recent data on melanopsin and retinol linkage to melatonin levels. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blo...ation-causes-cancer-in-rats-what-about-humans …#mitochondriacwisdom #CellPhones #RightToKnow
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