exogenous fields

exogenous fields (ek·sˑ·gen·s fēldz),

n.pl electromagnetic radiation that is emitted from outside the human body and may have either harmful or beneficial effects on human health.
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Plasmas are exquisitely sensitive to exogenous fields and can spontaneously self-organize into complex dynamic forms.
The QED theory of water with its intrinsic, vibratory, coherent domains that are exquisitely sensitive to exogenous fields may underlie the dynamic organization of life itself.
Interfacial water is energized by the membrane electrical potential as well as acted upon by ambient fields, including exogenous fields such as ambient light.