The Short Answer – EMF Stands for Electromagnetic Field. An EMF is an invisible field created by all electric and magnetic entities.
The More Elaborate Conclusion – As stated above these are Electromagnetic Fields that are created by all electrical and magnetic objects. Though these fields much like gravity are invisible to the naked eye their effects on us are not. EMFs occur two different ways. Naturally and Man Made.
Everyone is exposed to Natural EMFs.
Almost everyone is exposed to Man-made EMFs.
Effects on Us
Some Basic Science
Pop Quiz: What is the famous scientific formula of all time? If you answered, E=MC2 you are right. Do you know what Dr. Einstein proved with this formula? He proved that the fundamental basis of all matter is energy and consequently, all matter – or form – can be explained and understood in terms of energy. Technology and science has now discovered that every cell in the human body is like a mini‐battery which, in fact, has an electrical output of between 70‐90 mill volts in a healthy cell. When death occurs, there is the absence of electrical activity in the brain. This fact brings us to the conclusion that, at the end of the day, life itself is energy. When machinery is hooked up to a person in the hospital to do “readings” on their vital impulse status, it is the electric impulse that is being measured.
We will spend the balance of this article talking about the electromagnetic impact in humans and we’ll be covering some basic biology in the process. This will help us to understand how the body actually functions and why balancing the electromagnetic field is so important to health.
Most of us remember the science or biology class where we learned about electrons, protons and neutrons. We were taught that in an atom electrons move around the center, or nucleus, of every single atom in our bodies, and as they whirl around the nucleus oscillation is created. This oscillation is also called a magnetic field. Consider for a moment that every living thing has its beginning at a cellular level with electrons spinning around the nucleus of every atom. This is the initial formulation of atoms.
Let’s see what the World Book Encyclopaedia (vol. 6 p 189) has to say about atoms: “Everything around us consists of atoms. Atoms, in turn, are made of three main types of tiny particles: electrons, protons and neutrons. Both electrons and protons have an electrical charge. An electron has one unit of negative charge, and a proton has one unit of positive charge. A neutron has no charge. Protons and neutrons are heavier than electrons and are crowded into the nucleus, the central core of an atom. Electrons whirl around the nucleus.” So, you ask, what does that have to do with anything? The simple matter is that if or when electrons stop spinning around the nucleus of an atom, the atom will not do what it is designed to do.
If there is no correction to the disruption causing the stoppage within the atom, the atom in turn dies. Even though we know we have millions of cells and probably think we can afford to lose a few thousand here and there, a problem is created when the cells die off faster than they can be regenerated. But, even more problematic than that is the reality that most of us are collecting toxins in our bodies which inhibit the correct function of cells by disrupting the electron process.
Because the situation is occurring at such a sub‐metabolic level, it takes years and years of damage to a massive number of atoms, cells, molecules and tissues before the problem is noticed.
This damage manifests as symptoms – for which we run dutifully to our various medical professionals or practitioners to obtain some sort of relief for the problem. When the symptom is gone, we’re quite happy.
However, what about the cause of the problem? If the cause is not addressed, the problem will persist and the symptoms will manifest yet again. You can see why it is important to understand the human electromagnetic field and in turn, kinesiology – the study of motion of the body and muscle testing which reveals imbalances and identifies sensitivities.
We will have more information on how to test the electrical system of the body soon! Stay tuned and watch our articles and video archive section grow!