Kiwon Song, Sang Hyeon Im, Yeo Jun Yoon, Hui Min Kim, Hae June Lee, Gwan Soo Park, Maria Rosaria Scarfi (editor)
In one hundred years, humans have gone from no exposure to massive exposure of 60 60 Hz EMF (electromagnetic field).
American utilities supply electricity at 6 Hz. These power refrigerators, washing machines, toasters, radios, televisions, computers, and routers.
60 Hz exposure has been linked to brain cancer, breast cancer, and leukemia.
Researchers are interested in whether this exposure is harmful, and whether it is cancer-causing.
Normal and cancerous cells subjected to pulsed and to steady 60 Hz, 6 mT frequencies will abnormally proliferate.
In laboratory conditions, expose both cancerous and non-cancerous cells to 60 Hz EMF.
The EMF is delivered at 6 mT (microtesla) for 168 hours.
The experiment produced normal and abnormal cell proliferation.
Pulsed EMF was safe, and steady EMF was unsafe.
Pulsed EMF did not cause abnormal activity in cancer cells or in normal cells.
Steady EMF did produce abnormal growth in both cancer and normal cells.
There was a direct correlation between exposure time and cell growth, and between signal strength and cell growth.
There was a direct correlation between halting exposure and abnormal growth reversing to normal growth.
Researchers found that non-ionizing 60 Hz exposure did correlate with cell proliferation.
Abnormal growth is consistent with cancerous conditions.
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The developed world is constantly bomarded with either 50 Hz (non American) or 60 Hz EMFs.
60 Hz exposure is inevitable.
When pulsed, 60 Hz exposure did not correlate with cancerous growth.
A steady 60 Hz exposure significantly correlated with rapid cell growth.
Exposure to household and office electricity might be responsible for the blood, breast and brain cancer rates today.