Nature has evolved wonderful antenna systems on many scales, throughout her biodiverse kingdom, from entire organisms down to molecular structures.
This map can only introduce the topic of natural, living antennas. There is so much yet to learn about them, and yet we have jumped ahead of ourselves by developing powerful technologies which may well disrupt them.
This NM5 map is posted here as an image but is linked in the NM4 title box to the website page with the most current fully hyperlinked PDF version.
As we age, our risk for cognitive dysfunction, dementia and Alzheimer's disease increases. It is difficult to diagnose the early stages of these conditions, so it is better to think in terms of prevention. We can maintain physical and mental activities and also eat well. This map gives links to lab markers, articles, studies, and a few healthy products. As always, the information is intended to be educational only and not a prescription for anyone.
The original NM5 map is posted as an image and fully hyperlinked PDF at the website linked in the title box. Red starred branches are newest, not necessarily the most important.
Most of us have not had a lifetime of artificial EMF exposure, but our children and grandchildren may not be able to escape it. This map describes some of the risks specific to infancy and childhood and offers links to some precautionary steps parents may take.
The original NM5 map is posted as an image and a hyperlinked PDF at the website linked in the title. Red stars indicated newest links, not necessarily the most important.
Our bodies are mostly water. And almost all of the water in our bodies is located at interfaces with membranes or molecules. Interfacial water acts more like a crystal than a bulk fluid. It resonates and responds to EMF, both natural and artificial. It is here that the adverse effects are believed to occur.
This map presents information and links to overviews, studies and hypotheses on this important subject.
The original NM5 map is located at the website linked in the top title box as an image and an actively hyperlinked PDF.