With the enormously rapid advance of our microtechnological progress, so-called electromagnetic fields (EMF) are also spreading – one also speaks of electrosmog. Nowadays, humans and nature are permanently exposed to electromagnetic fields, whether in the open air or indoors. Almost everywhere we have high-frequency fields, which we use for navigation in the road network via reception of radio, TV, satellite, radar and now also via reception of guide beams (GPS).
In addition, we are constantly surrounded by high-voltage power lines, railroad power, household appliances, and wires that radiate in low-frequency ranges.
Science has repeatedly demonstrated the effect of harmful electromagnetic fields and waves on the human organism in various studies. For example, there is a summary publication by the Royal Society of Canada the effect of radiofrequency on biological systems dated March 1999 “A Review of the Potential Health Risks of Radiofrequency Fields from Wireless Telecommunication Devices.”
This study is the first to show that radiofrequency radiation has an effect on the organism.