All abnormal, man-made electromagnetic fields,
regardless of their frequencies, produce the same biological
effects. Some of them are:
Effects on growing cells, such as increases in the rate of
Increases in the incidence of certain cancers.
Developmental abnormalities in embryos.
Alterations in neurochemicals, resulting in behavioral
abnormalities such as suicide
Alterations in biological cycles.
Stress responses in exposed animals that, if prolonged, lead
to declines in immune-system efficiency.
Alterations in learning ability
These bioeffects interact to weaken the health status of a
human being who is chronically exposed to any abnormal
field. The stress effect results in many stress-related
diseases. If prolonged, this weakens the immune system,
resulting in more inflammatory disease and cancer. The
simultaneous effect of enhanced cancer-cell growth and the
increase in the malignant changes of these cells leads to
more cancer with faster-than normal rates of growth,
especially in tissues with continuous rates of cell
The effect of field exposure on the human fetus is
particularly important. Exposure to electromagnetic fields
will result in the combined alterations of the speed and
timing of fetal cell division, impairment of the genetic
apparatus of dividing fetal cells, and the production of
chromosomal abnormalities in the germ cells of the parents,
all contribute to imbalance of normal development. Research
has found a mechanism by which a very weak electrical signal
can trigger a series of reactions that promote cancer by
leading to unregulated cell growth.
The cell membrane has a huge electrical gradient across it.
A very, very weak signal at some point along the membrane
can trigger a tremendous increase in the amount of energy
released at the surface of the cell, he says. The result
could be a disruption in communication within and between
cells causing them to begin growing out of control. This
means that EMFs so weak that they were long believed not to
have any physiological significance undoubtedly can
influence the behavior of cells through this amplification
of energy mechanism.
The cell membranes can detect a signal so weak that it would
compare to your taking a 1.5 volt flashlight battery,
putting a wire from one end of it in the Pacific Ocean at
San Diego and putting a wire from the other end in Puget
Sound to make a circuit including the ocean. Over that 1,200
mile wire, you'd get about one ten-millionth of a volt per
centimeter. This is a very powerful mechanism for amplifying
energy at the cell level. Exposure of human T-cell
lymphocytes in culture to a low-strength 60-Hz electric
field for forty-eight hours significantly reduces their
cytotoxic ability against foreign cells.
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