These three maps are images of maps created in NM5 with all available fonts at the time. The list has slightly changed with upgrades. I created this so I could see at a glance what the fonts look like for designing maps. Not all options within families are displayed, but some of the popular familes are displayed completely in one of the maps. Light background topic colors were selected for ease of viewing.
They may not all translate with sharing online, but they are fine with image and PDF exports.
This map has been converted to NM5. It is posted here as an image only, with a link to the online hyperlinked PDF. 07/22/12.
Wireless antenna towers are proliferating in our communities. Like the smart grid and Wi-Fi, they represent EMF exposures which are very difficult to avoid. This map links articles, reports, audio-visual material and studies on the subject.
This map has been updated and converted to NM5. It is posted here as an image, with a link to the online hyperlinked PDF. 07/22/12.
How do artificial non-ionizing electromagnetic fields interfere with biological tissue functions and structures? Many mechanisms have been proposed. They are not exclusive of each other. They are not equally well studied or supported. The effects on any given individual may depend upon the species, gender, health, age or tissue(s) involved. This map lists many of the mechanisms proposed, with several links to demonstrate each one.
This map has been updated and converted to NM5. It is posted here as an image only, but is linked to a fully hyperlinked PDF.
Tinnitus is the perception of sound (ringing, hissing, buzzing) in one or both ears, not produced by an external source. It is a common complaint, affecting approximately one in six Americans. It ranges in severity from a mild background noise to a constant disabling disruption of daily function. Some cases begin following known stresses such as loud noises or medications, but many times the causes are unknown.
Many people sensitive to non-ionizing electromagnetic fields describe various ear sensations -- heat, throbbing, pain -- as well as tinnitus. Some studies have been performed and several mechanisms suggested. This map offers a linked overview of reports, mechanisms, studies and articles.