When we stand near electric motors or power lines, or use certain devices, we are being exposed to electric fields (in addition to magnetic fields). The fields may not penetrate very deeply but they have an effect. When we are exposed to magnetic fields, electric currents may be induced deeply inside of our bodies. It is difficult to study due to the electrical complexity of living tissue.
What happens to us when exposed to exogenous electric fields? This map offers concepts and links that discuss these effects.
This NM5 map is posted as an image here, but is linked in the title box to a fully hyperlinked PDF.
This Index Map has been converted to NM5. An image is posted here, but the map is linked to an online fully hyperlinked PDF.
How does EMF affect physiologic tissue? Many mechanisms have been proposed and studied. There are just too many variables of interaction between complex modulations of a wide spectrum of artificially produced electromagnetic fields and the spontaneous and rhythmic functions of living cells.
This map indexes other maps at www.oscillatorium.com which discuss either cell tissues or functions or both in relationship to non-ionizing electromagnetic field exposures. Two maps were added to this index on 01/08/12: DNA as a Fractal Antenna, and Methylation and Glutathione.
This map has been converted to NM5. It is posted here as an image, but the link will take you directly to a fully hyperlinked PDF of the Index of EMF effects on the human brain.
The effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields on the brain and its surrounding tissues are profound. Cells and organelles are sensitive to the effects of free radical damage, bio-accumulation of toxins crossing the blood brain barrier, resonance effects on fluids and magnetite, and more. In addition to structural changes, EMF alters the delicate signaling mechanisms upon which neuronal activity and cellular communication depend. The map on EMF and Sleep was added to this Index 01/08/12.
This map serves as an index to other maps located at www.oscillatorium.com on the subject of EMF effects on the brain. Some maps are dedicated to brain structure and function and some maps discuss physiologic effects of EMF on tissues that are in the brain and elsewhere. Auditory system map added to index 03/13/12.
This map has been converted to NM5. It is posted here as an image only, but the link will redirect you to a fully hyperlinked PDF version of the Index of EMF/Bee maps.
There are a number of maps at www.oscillatorium.com on subjects which relate to possible factors in bee decline or colony collapse disorder. This map serves as an index to the "bee maps", with hyperlinks taking you to the active maps for further personal study.