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Title: Polluting Rays Strike Out
Authors: Goswami, Shreerup
Issue Date: Jun-2010
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: We are generally concerned about what we can feel and observe—photochemical smog, hazardous substances, industrial effluents, polluted water bodies, ruthless deforestation, dirty solid wastes and unhygienic bio-medical wastes. But we are more intimately and persistently affected by invisible electromagnetic rays. Electromagnetic fields have always been part of the earth's environment. The pressure and temperature of the core of the interior of the earth are assumed to be over three million atmospheres and around 6000oC respectively, and the ionosphere is an electrically charged layer of the atmosphere. Thus resonances occur between the earth's molten iron-nickel core and the charged gases of the ionosphere. These pulses at definite frequencies (between 0.1 and 25Hz; mostly at about 10Hz), act as regulators for the biological time clocks of all living creatures. If man, or any animal or plant is totally shielded from these fields for any length of time, the result is discomfort and even death. It has recently been shown that even each cell division is timed according to these pulses. However, anything too much is bad for us.
Page(s): 26-30
ISSN: 0036-8512
Appears in Collections:SR Vol.47(06) [June 2010]

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