Electromagnetc effects on Plant Seeds, Beans and Yeast
The biological experiment was conducted at Global Quantech, Inc., San Diego, USA on plant seeds, beans, and yeast microorganisms to verify the efficacy of EMF protection technologies. Samples of plant seeds, beans, and yeast microorganisms were located in the close proximity to cellular phones. Cellular phones were operating in stand by mode during this experiment; in other words, experiment provided effects of the 'near' field.
The significant difference was observed in the growth cycle of green beans, black beans and black seeds on the twelfth day. There was not observed any significant difference in the samples of fennel seeds which did not spread out or in the growth of yeast microorganisms. Based on the results with green beans, black beans and black seeds it is reasonable to conclude that using electromagnetic protection technologies with cell phone can protect living cells against the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation fields.