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to cells in our body
Background : AC current
There has been an ongoing experiment using mankind as the test subject ever since Nicola Tesla invented AC current, and, that is, the effect of electromagnetic radiation in all forms on human physiology. The reality is, that much like Tesla, when he discovered that AC current had some negative effects, the process had begun and due to the financial interests of his investors, there was no turning back.
Enter microwave radiation, wireless transmission of information and the experimental parameters that expand to the point where there is no longer a control group: no person is left unexposed to the bombardment of electromagnetic radiation. This had been uncovered by a US Navy researcher, Dr. Zorach Glaser who published a list of thousands of documents demonstrating the damage on humans caused by this radiation.
In 1983 the mobile phone was released to the market, and the assault of data transmission was started. By 1990 there were approximately one million cell phones in use in the US and now there are three hundred twenty-seven million with 6.8 billion in use worldwide. So what can be done about it since they are not ripping down five million cell phone towers?
The internet came on line in 1994 and thus the societal dependency on instantaneous information transmission, no one is giving up their cell phone or the internet, and yet all of us will be affected by the microwave information transmission.
Noise FieldEastern European Scientists had known about these issues for a long time and of in the days of the cold war, microwave radiation (all wireless communication is microwave radiation) was being used as a weapon.  The US Army funded a project that led to the discovery of the Noise Field.
Litowitz et al discovered that when a random waveform was able to attach itself to a potentially damaging electromagnetic radiation wave, the new resultant wave caused no damage.   Many others have corroborated the finding and thus there was really no reason to give up the benefits of our newfound communication advances, if someone had the capability to develop a portable noise field. This did occur and technology was developed that used ambient radiation to generate a noise field masking the damaging radiation and eliminating a physiological response. Physiological damage will occur when the cells perceive and respond to the harmful stimuli, electromagnetic radiation.
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 Litovitz T A, Montrose C J, Doinov P, Brown K M, Barber M. Superimposing spatially coherent electromagnetic noise inhibits field-induced abnormalities in developing chick embryos. Bioeletromagnetics. 1994;15(2):p.105-13.
 Litovitz T A, Penafiel L M, Farrel J M, Krause D, Meister R, Mullins J M.Bioeffects induced by exposure to microwaves are mitigated by superposition of ELF noise. Bioelectromagnetics. 1997; 18(6):p.422-30.
 Litovitz T A, Krause D, Montrose C J, Mullins J M. Temporally incoherent magnetic fields mitigate the response of biological systems to temporally coherent magnetic fields. Bioelectromagnetics. 1994; 15(5):p.399-409
Affirmation of the Science
The science is all listed here completely: demonstrating the ability of cells to detect even very weak fields, up to conclusively providing the proof that noise fields confer protection by elimination of electromagnetic radiation perception and damage.
The equation is simple:
RADIATION + NOISE FIELD = NO PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS.
- Cells respond to very weak electric fields.
The response of living cells to very weak electric fields: the thermal noise limit.
Astumian, R. D., Weaver, J. C., (1990) “The response of living cells to very weak electric fields: the thermal noise limit”, Science, Jan 26; 247 (4941): 459-62.
A physical model in which cells are considered as possible detectors of very weak periodic electric fields yields a general relation between cell size and both thermally induced fluctuations in membrane potential and the maximum change in membrane potential caused by an applied field. The simplest version of the model provides a broad-band estimate of the smallest applied electric field to which membrane macromolecules can directly respond (about 10(-3) volt per centimeter). Much smaller fields (10(-6) volt per centimeter) can be detected if there is a response in only a narrow band of frequencies or if signal averaging occurs through field-induced variation in the catalytic activity of membrane-associated enzymes. Both extensions of the simplest version remove the apparent violation of the thermal noise limit found in some experiments.
2. Noise fields inhibit radio frequency radiation induced damage
Yao, K et al, (2008 ), “Electromagnetic noise inhibits radiofrequency radiation-induced DNA damage and reactive oxygen species increase in human lens epithelial cells”, Molecular Vision, 14:964-969
The goal of this study was to investigate whether superposing of electromagnetic noise could block or attenuate DNA damage and intracellular reactive oxygen species (ROS) increase of cultured human lens epithelial cells (HLECs) induced by acute exposure to 1.8 GHz radio-frequency field (RF) of the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM).
After exposure to 1.8 GHz RF for 2 h, HLECs exhibited significant intracellular ROS increase in the 2, 3, and 4 W/kg groups. RF radiation at the SAR of 3 W/kg and 4 W/kg could induce significant DNA damage, examined by alkaline comet assay, which was used to detect mainly single strand breaks (SSBs), while no statistical difference in double strand breaks (DSBs), evaluated by gammaH2AX foci, was found between RF exposure (SAR: 3 and 4 W/kg) and sham exposure groups. When RF was superposed with 2 muT electromagnetic noise could block RF-induced ROS increase and DNA damage. DNA damage induced by 1.8 GHz radiofrequency field for 2 h, which was mainly SSBs, may be associated with the increased ROS production. Electromagnetic noise could block RF-induced ROS formation and DNA damage.
Superimposing spatially coherent electromagnetic noise inhibits field-induced abnormalities in developing chick embryos.
Litovitz T A, Montrose C J, Doinov P, Brown K M, Barber M. Superimposing spatially coherent electromagnetic noise inhibits field-induced abnormalities in developing chick embryos. Bioeletromagnetics. 1994;15(2):p.105-13.
Living cells exist in an electrically noisy environment. This has led to the so-called "signal-to-noise" problem whereby cells are observed to respond to extremely-low-frequency (ELF) exogenous fields that are several orders of magnitude weaker than local endogenous fields associated with thermal fluctuations. To resolve this dilemma, we propose that living cells are affected only by electromagnetic fields that are spatially coherent over their surface. The basic idea is that a significant number of receptors must be simultaneously and coherently activated (biological cooperativity) to produce effects on the biochemical functioning of the cell. However, like all physical detection systems, cells are subject to the laws of conventional physics and can be confused by noise. This suggests that a spatially coherent but temporally random noise field superimposed on a coherent ELF signal will defeat the mechanism of discrimination against noise, and any observed field-induced bioeffects would be suppressed. An experimental test of this idea was conducted using morphological abnormalities in developing chick embryos caused by electromagnetic field exposure as the endpoint. At an impressed noise amplitude comparable to the ELF field strength (but roughly one-thousandth of the thermal noise field), the increased abnormality rate observed with only the ELF field present was reduced to a level essentially the same as for the control embryos.
Blocking 1800 MHz mobile phone radiation-induced reactive oxygen species production and DNA damage in lens epithelial cells by noise magnetic fields.
Wu W, Yao K, Wang K J, Lu D Q, He J L, Xu L H, Sun W J. Blocking 1800 MHz mobile phone radiation-induced reactive oxygen species production and DNA damage in lens epithelial cells by noise magnetic fields. Zhejiang Da Xue Xue Bao Yi Xue Ban. 2008; 37(1): p.34-38.
To investigate whether the exposure to the electromagnetic noise can block reactive oxygen species (ROS) production and DNA damage of lens epithelial cells induced by 1800 MHz mobile phone radiation. The DCFH-DA method and comet assay were used respectively to detect the intracellular ROS and DNA damage of cultured human lens epithelial cells induced by 4 W/kg 1800 MHz mobile phone radiation or/and 2 muT electromagnetic noise for 24 h intermittently. 1800 MHz mobile phone radiation at 4 W/kg for 24 h increased intracellular ROS and DNA damage significantly (P<0.05). However, the ROS level and DNA damage of mobile phone radiation plus noise group were not significant enhanced (P>0.05) as compared to sham exposure group. Electromagnetic noise can block intracellular ROS production and DNA damage of human lens epithelial cells induced by 1800 MHz mobile phone radiation.
3. Noise field scientifically proven
The Passive Generation of Low Frequency Noise Field by MRET-Shield Polymer Compound and Following Amplitude Modulation of RF Carrier Signals
Smirnov, I V. The Passive Generation of Low Frequency Noise Field by MRET-Shield Polymer Compound and Following Amplitude Modulation of RF Carrier Signals. Int J Biophysics. 2011;1(1):p.1-10.
The experimental data demonstrates the ability of a polar polymer compound exposed to the external electromagnetic fields of RF range of frequency to generate low frequency composite noise fields. Due to the fractal geometry structure of this polymer compound and the phenomenon of piezoelectricity, this polymer generates subtle, low frequency, non-coherent electromagnetic oscillations (composite noise field) that can modify RF signals as a result of superposition phenomenon. The superposition of composite noise field generated by this polymer compound and RF microwave signals leads to amplitude modulation of RF signals where random low frequency signal generated by the polymer compound is a modulating signal and original microwave signal is a modulated one. To verify the visibility of the proposed hypothesis, the polymer compound was tested at MET laboratories, Inc., USA. This test also confirms that the introduction of MRET-Shield polymer to the source of RF signals in the range of 800 MHZ, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 1900 MHz, and 2400 MHz does not significantly affect the air measurements of RF sign
Bioeffects induced by exposure to microwaves are mitigated by superposition of ELF noise.
Litovitz T.A, Penafiel L.M, Farrel J.M, Krause D, Meister R, Mullins J.M.“Bioeffects induced by exposure to microwaves are mitigated by superposition of ELF noise”, Bioelectromagnetics 1997;18(6):422-30
We have previously demonstrated that microwave fields, amplitude modulated (AM) by an extremely low-frequency (ELF) sine wave, can induce a nearly twofold enhancement in the activity of ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) in L929 cells at SAR levels of the order of 2.5 W/kg. Similar, although less pronounced, effects were also observed from exposure to a typical digital cellular phone test signal of the same power level, burst modulated at 50 Hz. We have also shown that ODC enhancement in L929 cells produced by exposure to ELF fields can be inhibited by superposition of ELF noise. In the present study, we explore the possibility that similar inhibition techniques can be used to suppress the microwave response. We concurrently exposed L929 cells to 60 Hz AM microwave fields or a 50 Hz burst-modulated DAMPS (Digital Advanced Mobile Phone System) digital cellular phone field at levels known to produce ODC enhancement, together with band-limited 30-100 Hz ELF noise with root mean square amplitude of up to 10 microT. All exposures were carried out for 8 h, which was previously found to yield the peak microwave response. In both cases, the ODC enhancement was found to decrease exponentially as a function of the noise root mean square amplitude. With 60 Hz AM microwaves, complete inhibition was obtained with noise levels at or above 2 microT. With the DAMPS digital cellular phone signal, complete inhibition occurred with noise levels at or above 5 microT. These results suggest a possible practical means to inhibit biological effects from exposure to both ELF and microwave fields.
The Beneficial Effect of Noise Fields on Blood Morphology in Vitro Following the Exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation of Cell Phone
Fisher H W, Pisarek S, Smirnov I V. The Beneficial Effect of MRET-Shield on Blood Morphology in Vitro Following the Exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation of Cell Phone. Explore Magazine. 2008;17(4):
The effects of electromagnetic radiation on human blood are not well documented in the literature. Many investigators have postulated that this radiation is capable of invoking a response from a number of white blood cell types. Smirnov (2006) has investigated EMR effects from computer monitors on in vitro blood. A more growing concern is the effects of RF radiation from cell phones. The polar compound polymer however has uniquely demonstrated the ability to shield the cellular structures of the body against the damaging effects of EMR. Even though the radiation is still entering the body, the neutralizing effect of this piezoelectric liquid crystal polymer has the ability to render the radiation harmless. This polymer can neutralize negative effects of EMR by changing the quality of the electromagnetic field rather than reducing its power. Any type of device that claims to reduce the power of electromagnetic fields would have to distort the transmitted signals and definitely adversely affect the reception of cellular phones. When one considers that most appliances such as cellular and cordless phones, computers, and even vacuum cleaners are usually used right next to the human body, it is reasonable to conclude that these electromagnetic fields will cause biological changes and are capable of damaging tissue and causing disease. Three blood samples were drawn from each subject and complete blood counts (CBC) were analyzed. The first samples were used as controls. Sample two was exposed to fifteen minutes of radiation from an unshielded cell phone. Sample three was exposed to fifteen minutes of radiation from an MRET shielded cell phone. The analysis revealed that the polymer provided a protective effects as reflected by changes to granulocyte count, lymphocyte count, and white blood cell (WBC) count.
The Exposure of Normal Human Astrocytes Cells to Mobile Phone Radiation with and without Noise Field Protection
Smirnov, I. V., (2009), “The Exposure of Normal Human Astrocytes Cells to Mobile Phone Radiation with and without MRET-Nylon Protection”, European Journal of Scientific Research Vol 37, Issue 2.
EMFs predominantly affect neurological tissue and the largest collection of this tissue is the brain. It is well documented that cell phones, which emit electromagnetic fields in the radio frequency range, can cause DNA damage, headaches, blurred vision, dizziness, fatigue, short term memory loss, neuralgias, tumors, sleep disturbances, aberrant brain wave activity and changes to cerebral blood flow, including altering the permeability of the blood brain barrier. These findings, both the association and dose relationships between cell phone usage and disease, place cell phone users into a high risk health group. EMF effects are on a cumulative basis, and recent studies have concluded that cell phone users for greater than ten years have a significantly increased risk of glioma, a form of brain tumor. The most common form of primary brain tumor is a glioma and astrocytomas are the most frequently occurring glioma. A study was conducted to examine the effects of cell phone radiation on Normal Human Astrocytes and the effects of mobile phone radiation on Normal Human Astrocytes when the MRET Nylon polymer was used as an intervention to radio frequency radiation of the mobile phone. The results demonstrated that the mobile phone radiation decreased the number of Normal Human Astrocytes and when the cell phone was used with the intervention of the Polar compound polymer, the number of Normal Human Astrocytes increased. This experiment also showed that the short term (one hour) exposure of Normal Human Astrocytes to mobile phone radiation did not have any genetic effect on cells. This polymer belongs to the new generation of electromagnetic radiation shielding materials based on noise field technology. Due to the fractal nano-rings structure and enhanced piezoelectric properties of this compound, it generates random, subtle, low frequency oscillations (noise field) when exposed to the external electromagnetic radiation. This polymer can significantly decrease the biological effects of electromagnetic radiation, both thermal and non-thermal, by imposing the random low frequency oscillations (noise field) on RF waves. The theoretical concept of the electromagnetic noise field is related to the ability of the noise field to offset the thermal effects is demonstrated here.
Thermographic Evaluation of Noise Fields on the Reduction of Thermal Effects Caused by Radio Frequency Radiation
Fisher H W. Pisarek S, Smirnov I V. Thermographic Evaluation of the MRET-Shield Polymer on the Reduction of Thermal Effects Caused by Radio Frequency Radiation. Explore Magazine. 2009;18:1: p.14-17.
“Thermography, also known as thermal imaging or infrared imaging, is an advanced non-invasive technique based on mapping the temperature profiles on the surface of an object.” When cellular telephone technology was initially introduced, it was thought that these devices were incapable of generating heat and that no thermal effects on tissue was taking place as a result of the radio frequency (RF) radiation. It is now common knowledge that there are both thermal and non-thermal effects of cell phone microwave radiation. European developed technology has created a polymer used in the construction of a cell phone chip. This polymer can significantly decrease the physiological effects of electromagnetic radiation, both thermal and non-thermal, by altering the waveform of the radiation. Through the use of thermographic imaging, the thermal effects of RF radiation generated by a cellular phone were profiled. The subsequent reduction of the radio frequency radiation thermal heating effects (64.28% and 112.5%) demonstrated by the polymer has proven the occurrence of a physiological change. The benefits of a concomitant reduction of the non-thermal radiation effects by the polymer must be considered to have occurred simultaneously.
Polymer Material Providing Compatibility Between Technologically Originated EMR and Biological Systems
Smirnov I V. Polymer Material Providing Compatibility between Technologically Originated EMR and Biological Systems. Explore Magazine. 2006; 15(4):p26-32.
The question whether millimetre waves cause effects independent of absorption of heat, i.e.so-called nonthermal effects, has been the subject of lengthy scientific debate. Today, however, the existence of non-thermal effects of weak electromagnetic fields has been demonstrated in many experimental systems and may now be regarded as generally accepted [Kremer et al., 1988; Aldrich and Easterly, 1987; Magnavita, 1989;Tsong, 1989]. The EMR shielding material and device (Electromagnetic Radiation Optimum Neutralizer) was proven to produce the biological protective effect. This polar polymer material was tested by Underwriters Laboratories and received a UL recognition mark in March 2001. EMR shielding material does not reduce the intensity (power) of electromagnetic fields. It “shields” the cellular structures of the body against the harmful effects of EMR. The radiation is still entering the body but the neutralizing effect of this polar polymer renders the radiation harmless. EMR shielding polar polymer can neutralize negative effects of EMR by changing the quality of the electromagnetic field rather than reducing its power. Any type of devices that claim to reduce the power of electromagnetic fields create distortion of transmitted signals and definitely make worse the reception of cellular phones, because these devices are based on ferromagnetic materials or high density metals. Besides they reduce the radiation only by 15-20%. They also can create even worse problems for the cellular structures of the body. The reason is that electromagnetic processes in the cells are thousand times weaker then electromagnetic fields generated by any electronic appliances. Taking into consideration that most of the appliances (cellular phones, computers, etc.) are usually located in a very close proximity to the human body, it is reasonable to admit that shielding devices, which reduce electromagnetic fields, first of all will suppress and disturb electromagnetic processes in living cells. Based on this approach it is possible to conclude that the subtle low frequency oscillations generated by EMR shielding polymer material may produce certain biological effect that provides alteration in enzymatic reactions and enhances signal transduction process on cellular levels.
The Effect of Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) from Cell Phone Usage on In Vitro Human Astrocyte Cells (Glial Cells) and the Subsequent Intervention of the Noise Field Polymer on RFR Effects
Fisher H W, Gauvin C, Pisarek S. The Effect of Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) from Cell Phone Usage on In Vitro Human Astrocyte Cells (Glial Cells) and the Subsequent Intervention of the MRET Polymer on RFR Effects. Explore Magazine. 2009;18-4.
In light of the current research, the environment poses potential risks which one faces daily from ambient electromagnetic fields (EMFs) in the environment, otherwise known as, electromagnetic radiation. EMFs are unavoidable and certainly there are established relationships between, cancer, leukemia, hormonal dysfunction, miscarriage and numerous other negative effects on the central nervous system, the immune system and many or all of the sixty to one hundred trillion cells in the body. EMFs predominantly affect neurological tissue and the largest collection of this tissue is the brain. It is well documented that cell phones, which emit electromagnetic fields in the radio frequency range, can cause DNA damage, headaches, blurred vision, dizziness, fatigue, short term memory loss, neuralgias, tumours, sleep disturbances, aberrant brain wave activity and changes to cerebral blood flow, including altering the permeability of the blood brain barrier. These findings, both the association and dose-relationships between cell phone usage and disease, place cell phone users into a high risk health group. EMF effects are on a cumulative basis, and recent studies have concluded that cell phone users for greater than ten years have a significantly increased risk of glioma, a form of brain tumour. A geometric fractal piezoelectric liquid crystal polymer, Molecular Resonance Effect Technology, capable of generating a magnetic noise field, is used in the construction of a cell phone chip that has been shown to significantly decrease the physiological effects of electromagnetic radiation by interrupting the physiological perception of the waveform. The most common form of primary brain tumour is a glioma and astrocytomas are the most frequently occurring glioma. A study was conducted to examine the effects of cell phone radiation on Normal Human Astrocytes and the effects of cell phone radiation on Normal Human Astrocytes when the noise field polymer was used as an intervention to radio frequency radiation of the cell phone. The results demonstrated that the cell phone radiation decreased the number of Normal Human Astrocytes and when the cell phone was used with the intervention of the noise field polymer, the number of Normal Human Astrocytes increased.
Electromagnetic Radiation Optimum Neutralizer
Smirnov I V. Electromagnetic Radiation Optimum Neutralizer. Explore Magazine. 2002;11(1):p.45-50.
Every operating electrical and electronic device emits electromagnetic radiation (EMR). The power of this emission varies depending on the size and electrical strength of the device and the electrical current it carries. High voltage power lines are significant emitters, and their field strength is sufficiently high to cause adverse effects on humans, animals and plants even hundreds of feet away. Smaller devices, such as computers, television sets, cellular phones and microwaves, emit lesser quantities of EMR, but the effect on humans can still be significant because people are in much closer proximity to such devices.
This shielding material does not reduce the intensity (power) of electromagnetic fields. It “shields” the cellular structures of the body against the harmful effects of EMR. The radiation is still entering the body but the neutralizing effect of this polar polymer renders the radiation harmless.
Darkfield Microscopic Evaluation of the Noise Field Polymer on the Reduction of Live Blood Effects Caused by Radio Frequency Radiation
Fisher, H W., et al, “Darkfield Microscopic Evaluation of the Noise Field Polymer on the Reduction of Live Blood Effects Caused by Radio Frequency Radiation”, Explore magazine, 2010;Vol.19, No.3.
In optimal blood cell formations, the spatial orientation of the erythrocytes is singular, free moving and often colliding with one another. Blood is responsible for the distribution and transport of oxygen from the lungs to the cells of the body and to remove carbon dioxide from the cells and transport it back to the lungs. Blood is also responsible for the transportation of nutrients, hormones and wastes, temperature control, pH, electrolyte balance and the immune system function of the white blood cell components. The ability of blood to carry out these functions is dependent upon a plethora of factors, however abnormal spatial orientations, rouleau and erythrocyte aggregation (EA), are two related anomalies that may significantly inhibit these functions. Erythrocyte aggregation is the tendency of erythrocytes to form aggregates whose shapes change according to normal variations or pathological conditions. Consequently these anomalies cause changes to flow dynamics and predispose the inability to carry out transportation activities and decrease functional capillary density (FCD) or decrease erythrocyte surface area, also decreasing functional efficiency. Functional capillary density is the determination of the number of capillaries in an area that has erythrocyte flow and relates to the subsequent ability of the blood to deliver nutrients, fluid and solute exchange, and waste product excretion. Red blood cell aggregation has a significant impact on functional capillary density. Darkfield microscopy can be used to document the changes to live blood such as erythrocyte aggregation and rouleau caused by the combination of factors germane to cell phone usage. A geometric fractal piezoelectric liquid crystal polymer capable of generating a magnetic noise field is used in the construction of a cell phone chip that has been shown to significantly decrease the physiological effects of electromagnetic radiation by altering the waveform of the radiation. By examining all live blood samples and comparing the control, non-noise field samples and noise field mediated samples to the standard accepted value for optimum appearance of blood samples via darkfield microscopy, it has been demonstrated that the radiation effects from the combination of the cell phone, carrier wave and concomitantly transported information packets cause adverse effects to blood. Subsequent live blood cell evaluation after irradiation with the intervention of the passive noise field polymer has been shown to eliminate these radiation effects.
The Effect of a Polymer Compound on SAR Values of RF Phones
Smirnov, I. V., (2008), “The Effect of MRET Polymer Compound on SAR Values of RF Phones”, Journal of Microwave Power & Electromagnetic Energy, Vol. 42, No. 1.
The ability of a defined polar polymer compound applied to RF phones to increase the dielectric permittivity of water based solutions and to reduce the SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) values inside the “phantom head” filled with the jelly simulating muscle and brain tissues was tested. Due to the high organizational state of the fractal structures of polymer compounds and the phenomenon of piezoelectricity, this polymer generates specific subtle, low frequency, non-coherent electromagnetic oscillations (optimal random field) that can affect the hydrogen lattice of the molecular structure of water and subsequently modify the electrodynamic properties of water. The increase of dielectric permittivity of water finally leads to the reduction of the absorption rate of the electromagnetic field by living tissue. The reduction of SAR values is confirmed by the research conducted in June – July of 2006 at RF Exposure Laboratory in Escondido, California. This test also confirmed that the application of this polymer to RF phones does not significantly affect the air measurements of RF phone signals, and subsequently does not lead to any significant distortion of transmitted RF signals.
Lai H. Interaction of microwaves and a temporally incoherent magnetic field on spatial learning in the rat. Physiol Behav. 2004;82:785–9. [PubMed]
The effect of a temporally incoherent magnetic field ('noise') on microwave-induced spatial learning deficit in the rat was investigated. Rats were trained in six sessions to locate a submerged platform in a circular water maze. Four treatment groups of rats were studied: microwave-exposure (2450-MHz continuous-wave microwaves, power density 2 mW/cm(2), average whole-body specific absorption rate 1.2 W/kg), 'noise' exposure (60 mG), 'microwave+noise' exposure, and sham exposure. Animals were exposed to these conditions for 1 h immediately before each training session. One hour after the last training session, animals were tested in a 2-min probe trial in the maze during which the platform was removed. The time spent during the 2 min in the quadrant of the maze in which the platform had been located was scored. Results show that microwave-exposed rats had significant deficit in learning to locate the submerged platform when compared with the performance of the sham-exposed animals. Exposure to 'noise' alone did not significantly affect the performance of the animals (i.e., it was similar to that of the sham-exposed rats). However, simultaneous exposure to 'noise' significantly attenuated the microwave-induced spatial learning deficit (i.e. 'microwave+noise'-exposed rats learned significantly better than the microwave-exposed rats). During the probe trial, microwave-exposed animals spent significantly less time in the quadrant where the platform was located. However, response of the 'microwave+noise'-exposed animals was similar to that of the sham-exposed animals during the probe trial. Thus, simultaneous exposure to a temporally incoherent magnetic field blocks microwave-induced spatial learning and memory deficits in the rat.
Farrell JM, Barber M, Krause D, Litovitz TA. The superposition of a temporally incoherent magnetic field inhibits 60 Hz-induced changes in the ODC activity of developing chick embryos. Bioelectromagnetics. 1998;19:53–6.
Previously, we have shown that the application of a weak (4 microT) 60 Hz magnetic field (MF) can alter the magnitudes of the ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) activity peaks which occur during gastrulation and neurulation of chick embryos. We report here the ODC activity of chick embryos which were exposed to the superposition of a weak noise MF over a 60 Hz MF of equal (rms strength). In contrast to the results we obtain with a 60 Hz field alone, the activity of ODC in embryos exposed to the superposition of the incoherent and 60 Hz fields was indistinguishable from the control activity during both gastrulation and neurulation. This result adds to the body of experimental evidence which demonstrates that the superposition of an incoherent field inhibits the response of biological systems to a coherent MF. The observation that a noise field inhibits ODC activity changes is consistent with our speculation that MF-induced ODC activity changes during early development may be related to MF-induced neural tube defects at slightly later stages (which are also inhibited by the superposition of a noise field).
Litovitz TA, Krause D, Montrose CJ, Mullins JM. Temporally incoherent magnetic fields mitigate the response of biological systems to temporally coherent magnetic fields. Bioelectromagnetics. 1994;15:399–409.
We have previously demonstrated that a weak, extremely-low-frequency magnetic field must be coherent for some minimum length of time (approximately 10 s) in order to affect the specific activity of ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) in L929 mouse cells. In this study we explore whether or not the superposition of an incoherent (noise) magnetic field can block the bioeffect of a coherent 60 Hz magnetic field, since the sum of the two fields is incoherent. An experimental test of this idea was conducted using as a biological marker the twofold enhancement of ODC activity found in L929 murine cells after exposure to a 60 Hz, 10 microT rms magnetic field. We superimposed an incoherent magnetic noise field, containing frequencies from 30 to 90 Hz, whose rms amplitude was comparable to that of the 60 Hz field. Under these conditions the ODC activity observed after exposure was equal to control levels. It is concluded that the superposition of incoherent magnetic fields can block the enhancement of ODC activity by a coherent magnetic field if the strength of the incoherent field is equal to or greater than that of the coherent field. When the superimposed, incoherent noise field was reduced in strength, the enhancement of ODC activity by the coherent field increased. Full ODC enhancement was obtained when the rms value of the applied EM noise was less than one-tenth that of the coherent field. These results are discussed in relation to the question of cellular detection of weak EM fields in the presence of endogenous thermal noise fields.
Mild K H, Mattsson M O.ELF noise fields: a review Electromagn Biol Med. 2010 Aug;29(3):72-97. doi: 10.3109/15368378.2010.482487.
The debate as to whether low-level electromagnetic fields can affect biological systems and in the long term cause health effects has been going on for a long time. Yet the interaction of weak electromagnetic fields (EMF) with living cells, undoubtedly a most important phenomenon, is still not well understood. Furthermore, it is not possible to clearly define which aspects of an EMF exposure that constitute the "dose." One of the groups that contributed to solving this problem is the Bioelectromagnetics group at Catholic University of America (CUA), Washington, D.C. Their work has been devoted to investigating the physical parameters that are needed to obtain an effect of EMF exposure on biological systems, and also how to inhibit the effect. This is a review of their work on bioeffects caused by low-level EMF, their dependence on coherence time, constancy, spatial averaging, and also how the effects can be modified by an applied ELF noise magnetic field. The group has been using early chick embryos, and L929 and Daudi cells as their main experimental systems. The review also covers the work of other groups on low-level effects and the inhibition of the effects with an applied noise field. The group at CUA has shown that biological effects can be found after exposure to low-level ELF and RF electromagnetic fields, and when effects are observed, applying an ELF magnetic noise field inhibits the effects. However, in all cases where the noise field has been applied to prevent an observed effect, it has been successful in eliminating the effect.