EMF Book: Radiation Nation - Complete Guide to EMF Protection & Safety

The Proven Health Risks of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMF) & What to Do Protect Yourself & Family
Author: Daniel T. DeBaun,Ryan P. DeBaun,Dave Asprey
Publisher: Icaro Publishing
ISBN: 0998199613
Category: Health & Fitness
Page: N.A
View: 1985
An Invisible Danger on the Rise You eat organic and non-GMO food. You only drink purified water. You take care of yourself and your family's health. But could there be a silent, invisible danger causing potential harm to you and your loved ones? There could. And it's called electromagnetic frequency (EMF) radiation and it's one of fastest growing health issues facing our society. EMF radiation produced by modern technology such as cell phones, tablets, laptops, Wi-Fi, and smart meters is an emerging health threat, and we are all guinea pigs in a giant experiment with many unknown consequences. But Aren't These Technologies Regulated and Safe? Surely the government and other regulatory agencies make sure these technologies are completely safe before they are approved for wide-spread use, right? Think again. Ninety-five percent of American adults use cell phones regularly. Most households have Wi-Fi. And even schools are increasingly becoming dependent on wireless devices. And yet none of these technologies have been proven safe to humans for long-term exposure. In fact, science confirms that the EMF emitted from common electronic devices can cause definite biological changes in the body, and mounting research has already shown it can lead to a long list of health concerns – some of which can be pretty serious. The explosive use of mobile devices only occurred over the last twenty years, yet we have only scratched the surface of what technology is yet to come. Children born today will be exposed to much higher doses of EMF radiation than those born just ten years ago. What are the ramifications and what can we do now to minimize the fallout? Is There a Solution? Fortunately, there are simple and effective steps you can take to minimize the risks of dirty electricity. Education is key. With a foreword by Bulletproof's Dave Asprey, Radiation Nation is info-packed with all the essential education you need to make smart choices to stay safe when it comes to technology. In Radiation Nation, you will learn: » The most practical precautions to protect yourself and your loved ones from EMF radiation » What EMF radiation is and how it affects the body biologically » The major health risks including fertility issues for both men and women, DNA damage, cell mutation, cancer and other serious health risks » The EMF sources of greatest concern » What is 5G and what are the possible health risks » The latest scientific studies broken down by disease or condition » How EMF radiation specifically affects children and those suffering with electromagnetic hypersensitivity » Why the current safety standards for EMF are insufficient and need to be rewritten » Do stickers, diodes, harmonizers and other products marketing as protection have any grounding in science?

Radiation Nation

Three Mile Island and the Political Transformation of the 1970s
Author: Natasha Zaretsky
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231542488
Category: History
Page: N.A
View: 5389
On March 28, 1979, the worst nuclear reactor accident in U.S. history occurred at the Three Mile Island power plant in Central Pennsylvania. Radiation Nation tells the story of what happened that day and in the months and years that followed, as local residents tried to make sense of the emergency. The near-meltdown occurred at a pivotal moment when the New Deal coalition was unraveling, trust in government was eroding, conservatives were consolidating their power, and the political left was becoming marginalized. Using the accident to explore this turning point, Natasha Zaretsky provides a fresh interpretation of the era by disclosing how atomic and ecological imaginaries shaped the conservative ascendancy. Drawing on the testimony of the men and women who lived in the shadow of the reactor, Radiation Nation shows that the region's citizens, especially its mothers, grew convinced that they had sustained radiological injuries that threatened their reproductive futures. Taking inspiration from the antiwar, environmental, and feminist movements, women at Three Mile Island crafted a homegrown ecological politics that wove together concerns over radiological threats to the body, the struggle over abortion and reproductive rights, and eroding trust in authority. This politics was shaped above all by what Zaretsky calls "biotic nationalism," a new body-centered nationalism that imagined the nation as a living, mortal being and portrayed sickened Americans as evidence of betrayal. The first cultural history of the accident, Radiation Nation reveals the surprising ecological dimensions of post-Vietnam conservatism while showing how growing anxieties surrounding bodily illness infused the political realignment of the 1970s in ways that blurred any easy distinction between left and right.

Radiation Nation

The Fallout of Modern Technology
Author: Daniel T. DeBaun,Ryan P. Debaun
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780998199603
Category: Electromagnetic waves
Page: 208
View: 3882
Learn how EMF radiation emitted from modern technology such as cell phones, tablets, laptops, Wi-Fi, and smart meters affects the body, the proven health risks, the latest studies, and what you can do to protect yourself and loved ones right now.


Author: Ken MacLeod
Publisher: Orb Books
ISBN: 1429965533
Category: Fiction
Page: 496
View: 6666
This volume comprises The Cassini Division and The Sky Road. The Cassini Division: In the 24th century, post humans, god-like descendents of humans who transformed themselves with high technology, have warped the very fabric of the solar system for unknowable reasons. Ellen May Ngewthu has a plan to rid humanity of these beings, but she must first travel the entirety of the Solar Union, convincing others that post-humans are the threat she knows they are... The Sky Road: Her rockets redundant, her people rebellious, and her borders defenseless against the Sino-Soviet Union, Myra Godwin appeals to the crumbling West for help as she faces the end of the space age. And, centuries in the future, as humanity again reaches into space, a young scholar could make the difference between success and failure. For his mysterious new lover has seduced him into the idea of extrapolating the ship's future from the dark archives of the past. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

A Report to the Public on the Biological Effects of Atomic Radiation

Based on the 1960 Summary Reports of the National Academy of Sciences Committee on the Biological Effects of Atomic Radiation
Author: National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
Publisher: National Academies
Category: Radiation
Page: 19
View: 7343

Rethinking the American Environmental Movement post-1945

Author: Ellen Spears
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136175296
Category: History
Page: 274
View: 3317
Rethinking the American Environmental Movement post-1945 turns a fresh interpretive lens on the past, drawing on a wide range of new histories of environmental activism to analyze the actions of those who created the movement and those who tried to thwart them. Concentrating on the decades since World War II, environmental historian Ellen Griffith Spears explores environmentalism as a "field of movements" rooted in broader social justice activism. Noting major legislative accomplishments, strengths, and contributions, as well as the divisions within the ranks, the book reveals how new scientific developments, the nuclear threat, and pollution, as well as changes in urban living spurred activism among diverse populations. The book outlines the key precursors, events, participants, and strategies of the environmental movement, and contextualizes the story in the dramatic trajectory of U.S. history after World War II. The result is a synthesis of American environmental politics that one reader called both "ambitious in its scope and concise in its presentation." This book provides a succinct overview of the American environmental movement and is the perfect introduction for students or scholars seeking to understand one of the largest social movements of the twentieth century up through the robust climate movement of today.

Vibrations of Wellness

Free and Simple Techniques to Vibrant Health
Author: Charise
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1982206896
Category: Self-Help
Page: 130
View: 8232
This book is about easy, simple, and often free ways to assist the body in healing itself. It is full of simple methods one can use and even do at home or on the go. It describes in detail the various thinking methods, breathing techniques, appropriate sleep times, food-combining methods, and much, much more to assist one in raising their vibration toward wellness. Vibrations of Wellness describes a vast amount of techniques one can self-participate in daily and consciously without using any equipment except oneself. It does not require one to spend a great deal of money or even have another person participate in the process unless one so desires. These methods toward healing have been researched and tried and are proven true by many and are documented by many experts in the field with examples and testimonials. Making vows to oneself and just beginning wherever you are are all that is required. It is a must read for anyone on the journey of wellness, peace, love, and balance. Namaste.

National Conference on Radiation Shielding & Protection

Author: N.A
Publisher: Allied Publishers
ISBN: 9788170235415
Category: Nuclear reactors
Page: 306
View: 7146

Low-level Radiation

Biological Interactions, Risks and Benefits : a Bibliography
Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
Category: Radiation
Page: 731
View: 1964

Proceedings of a Meeting on Traceability for Ionizing Radiation Measurements

Proceedings of a Meeting Held at the National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, on May 8-9, 1980
Author: H. T. Heaton
Publisher: N.A
Category: Ionizing radiation
Page: 181
View: 7645

Primavera silenciosa

Author: Rachel Carson
Publisher: Grupo Planeta (GBS)
ISBN: 8498920914
Category: Education
Page: 376
View: 9141
Primavera silenciosa (1962), de la bióloga marina y zoóloga estadounidense Rachel Louise Carson (1907-1964), es un libro que es preciso conocer ya que aborda uno de los problemas más graves que produjo el siglo XX: la contaminación que sufre la Tierra. Utilizando un lenguaje transparente, el rigor propio del mejor análisis científico y ejemplos estremecedores, Carson denunció los efectos nocivos que para la naturaleza tenía el empleo masivo de productos químicos como los pesticidas, el DDT en particular. Se trata, por consiguiente, de un libro de ciencia que va más allá del universo científico para adentrarse en el turbulento mundo de "lo social". Su trascendencia fue tal que hoy está considerado uno de los principales responsables de la aparición de los movimientos ecologistas a favor de la conservación de la naturaleza. De hecho, Primavera silenciosa consiguió lo que pocos textos científicos logran: iluminar nuestros conocimientos de procesos que tienen lugar en la naturaleza y despertar el interés de la sociedad tanto por la ciencia que es necesaria para comprender lo que sucede en nuestro planeta, como por la situación presente y futura de la vida que existe en él.

American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health

Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
Category: Public health
Page: N.A
View: 3624

Cálculo en biología molecular y biotecnología + StudentConsult en español

Guía de matemáticas para el laboratorio
Author: Frank H. Stephenson
Publisher: Elsevier España
ISBN: 8490220913
Category: Medical
Page: 532
View: 3711
Esta obra cubre un hueco en la literatura científica en castellano, presentando una colección de ejercicios de cálculo matemático que se plantean en un laboratorio de investigación en biotecnología y biología molecular, con sus correspondientes soluciones razonadas y explicadas paso a paso, con una breve exposición teórica del concepto/proceso y explicando las bases estadísticas necesarias para la correcta interpretación de los resultados. Cada capítulo incluye una pequeña introducción teórica y definiciones de conceptos que se tratan en la parte práctica. Aborda un amplio abanico de información, trata desde cuestiones de notación científica y preparación de soluciones, hasta la química de los ácidos nucleicos y la tecnología del ADN recombinante. Se incluyen técnicas muy innovadoras como "PCR a tiempo real" y los cálculos matemáticos necesarios para poder cuantificar la expresión génica. A lo largo del texto se tratan procedimientos y cálculos aplicados en entornos prácticos, ya sea en el ámbito académico, clínico, industrial o de investigación básica. El autor es una figura de gran relevancia en este campo. Desarrolla su actividad profesional en Applied Biosystems, empresa líder en la fabricación de instrumentos para la secuenciación del ADN, caracterización de proteínas y genómica. Se trata de una obra fundamental para los estudiantes que cursan las asignaturas de Biología molecular de la célula (12 ECTS), Genética y análisis genético (6 ECTS), Genética molecular (6 ECTS) e Ingeniería genética (6 ECTS) en los Grados de nueva creación: Biotecnología, Ciencias Médicas Básicas, Biomedicina, Bioquímica y Ciencias Biomédicas e Ingeniería Biomedica. Por su enfoque, resuelve una necesidad para los docentes, ya que al ser asignaturas con un fuerte carácter práctico requieren gran cantidad de recursos para la preparación de clases, seminarios, exámenes... El contenido del libro se complementa con el acceso a la página web en español www.studentconsult.es en la que se presenta una colección de 207 ejercicios /problemas adicionales organizados por capítulos. Al final, se presentan las soluciones, pero sin el razonamiento.

Radiation Research

Author: Titus Evans
Publisher: N.A
Category: Radioactivity
Page: N.A
View: 1220

Radiation Health Risk Sciences

Proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Nagasaki University Global COE Program "Global Strategic Center for Radiation Health Risk Control"
Author: Masahiro Nakashima,Shunichi Yamashita,Yuji Nagayama,Kunihiro Tsukasaki,Noboru Takamura
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 4431886591
Category: Medical
Page: 340
View: 2087
Radiation safety and risk management, a critical issue in the nuclear age, is an ongoing concern in the field of radiation health risk sciences. It is the particular mission and task of the Nagasaki University Global COE program to explore human health risks from radiation on a global scale and to come up with measures for overcoming its negative legacies. Ionizing radiation is a well-documented human cancer risk factor, and long-term health consequences in individuals exposed at a young age to such events as the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombing are now being followed up. Unique and comprehensive, this book introduces updated radiation health-related issues, including the proper collection and analysis of biological samples, cancer research, psychological effects, fair disclosure, and the effects of low-dose exposure as they apply to future public health policy. Also addressed is the need for emergency radiation medicine in case of accidents.

Effects of Low Dose and Low Dose Rate Radiation

Author: Oddvar F. Nygaard,Warren K. Sinclair,John T. Lett
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 1483281833
Category: Medical
Page: 348
View: 8353
Advances in Radiation Biology, Volume 6: Effects of Low Dose and Low Dose Rate Radiation examines the biological effects of low dose and low dose rate ionizing radiation on a broad scale, covering various articles from microdosimetry to analyses of human responses. Estimates of the effects on humans from low doses or from sustained exposures to low dose rates of ionizing radiations are of critical importance for the assessment of radiation risks under occupational and environmental conditions. This book consists of such knowledge that is essential for radiation protection and governmental regulatory activities pertaining to radiation exposure. This volume is intended for radiobiologists, radiation epidemiologists, radiation physicists, radiation safety personnel, health officials, and individuals involved in regulatory activities.

Principles and Practice of Radiation Therapy

Author: Charles M. Washington,Dennis T. Leaver
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323287816
Category: Medical
Page: 928
View: 8872
The only radiation therapy text written by radiation therapists, Principles and Practice of Radiation Therapy, 4th Edition helps you understand cancer management and improve clinical techniques for delivering doses of radiation. A problem-based approach makes it easy to apply principles to treatment planning and delivery. New to this edition are updates on current equipment, procedures, and treatment planning. Written by radiation therapy experts Charles Washington and Dennis Leaver, this comprehensive text will be useful throughout your radiation therapy courses and beyond. Comprehensive coverage of radiation therapy includes a clear introduction and overview plus complete information on physics, simulation, and treatment planning. Spotlights and shaded boxes identify the most important concepts. End-of-chapter questions provide a useful review. Chapter objectives, key terms, outlines, and summaries make it easier to prioritize, understand, and retain key information. Key terms are bolded and defined at first mention in the text, and included in the glossary for easy reference. UPDATED chemotherapy section, expansion of What Causes Cancer, and inclusions of additional cancer biology terms and principles provide the essential information needed for clinical success. UPDATED coverage of post-image manipulation techniques includes new material on Cone beam utilization, MR imaging, image guided therapy, and kV imaging. NEW section on radiation safety and misadministration of treatment beams addresses the most up-to-date practice requirements. Content updates also include new ASRT Practice Standards and AHA Patient Care Partnership Standards, keeping you current with practice requirements. UPDATED full-color insert is expanded to 32 pages, and displays images from newer modalities.

CRC Handbook of Energy Efficiency

Author: Frank Kreith,Ronald E. West
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849325144
Category: Science
Page: 1113
View: 2633
Addressing the needs of engineers, energy planners, and policy makers, CRC Handbook of Energy Efficiency provides up-to-date information on all important issues related to efficient energy use, including: Efficient energy technologies Economics Utility restructuring Integrated resource planning Energy efficient building design Industrial energy conservation Wind energy Solar thermal systems Photovoltaics Renewable energy Cogeneration Fossil fuel cost projections The rapid changes that characterize the technology of energy generation systems, and the forthcoming competition among energy producers, make this handbook a must for anyone involved in the science, technology, or policy of energy. The 53 expert contributors from industry, government, and universities, and the 600+ figures and tables make CRC Handbook of Energy Efficiency a professional and valuable resource.

La vida a la velocidad de la luz

Desde la doble hélice a los albores de la vida digital
Author: J. Craig Venter
Publisher: Grupo Planeta Spain
ISBN: 8498928095
Category: Science
Page: N.A
View: 6752
En 2010, los titulares de prensa de todo el mundo anunciaron uno de los logros más extraordinarios de la ciencia moderna: la creación de la primera forma de vida sintética en el mundo. Sus creadores, científicos dirigidos por J. Craig Venter, pusieron a la humanidad en el umbral de la fase más importante y emocionante de la investigación biológica: aquella que nos permitirá escribir el nuevo código genético para diseñar nuevas especies, que nos ayudarán a adaptarnos y evolucionar para sobrevivir a largo plazo. La ciencia de la genómica sintética tendrá un profundo impacto en la existencia humana, incluyendo la química y la generación de energía, la salud, el agua potable y la producción de alimentos, el control del medio ambiente, y, posiblemente, incluso nuestra propia evolución. En La vida a la velocidad de la luz, Venter presenta un estudio fascinante y autorizado de este campo emergente en el que detalla sus orígenes, sus desafíos y las controversias que lo envuelven, sin olvidar los efectos que tendrán sobre nuestras vidas. Esta frontera científica ofrece una oportunidad para reflexionar de nuevo la vieja pregunta "¿Qué es la vida?” y examinar lo que realmente significa "jugar a ser Dios". La vida a la velocidad de la luz es una obra histórica, escrita por un visionario en el amanecer de una nueva era de la ingeniería genética.

Management of Terrorist Events Involving Radioactive Material

Recommendations of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
Author: National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
Publisher: NCRP
ISBN: 0929600711
Category: Political Science
Page: 257
View: 8355