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An original approach to the biological impact of the low frequency electromagnetic fields and proofed means of mitigation

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It has been very clearly asserted that the electric and magnetic fields produced by the electric network may cause physiological effects due to the currents induced into the human tissues exceeding certain levels, but the magnetic fields with inductions lower than 1.2 muT may also produce biological impacts, decreasing the immune capacity, as resulting from the laboratory analyses correlated with epidemiological studies. This paper presents a new approach to the biological effect of the 50/60 Hz electromagnetic field on humans therefore using the concept of bioenergetic fields. Prof. ANCU DINCA's discovery consists in the drastically reduction of the effects of the electromagnetic field on the people placed in their neighborhood by placing passive autoconvertors close to the electromagnetic field generators. Reduced effects can also be obtained by applying some personal devices to regenerate the energo-informational field of the person within zones characterized by relatively high values of the magnetic induction. The measurements made in different locations with high values of magnetic field inductions, i.e. close to post transformers or inside the extra high voltage substations, have shown the advantages of both protection devices used.

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PowerTech, 2009 IEEE Bucharest

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June 28 2009-July 2 2009

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