electropollution

electropollution,

n electromagnetic radiation that might contribute to health problems.
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Cross Currents: The Perils of Electropollution and the Promise of Electromedicine.
restore functional unity and innate healing: Water with unstable ion ics or electropollution can cause severe losses in functional unity by lowering mitochondrial output to subdue embryogenesis and regeneration.
Part three, The human continuum and beyond, contains chapters titled The human continuum, Beyond the continuum, Drowning in a sea of electropollution, and The rape of life.
This is one of the most significant changes you can make in reducing your exposure to electropollution.
Background levels of electropollution have increased by many thousands of times in the last decade, making exposure to long-term, low-level radiofrequency radiation (RFR) difficult to quantify.
Cross Currents--The Perils of Electropollution, the Promise of Electromedicine by Robert O.
2) Electropollution is an extremely complex problem that may have expanded with each new electronic technology, such as microwaves and cell phones.
Some authors have raised public concern about electromagnetic radiation and have called for citizen action against electropollution.
Not even those most concerned about electropollution suggest living without electricity.
It was my own (thankfully benign) parotid gland tumor that convinced me to delve more deeply into the research on electropollution.
In addition, electropollution can reduce your body's production of this hormone.
But electropollution is caused by many more than these two devices.