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Dirty Electricity and Electrical Hypersensitivity: Five Case Studies. Havas, Magda and Stetzer, David. This paper was delivere World Health Organization Workshop on Electrical Sensitivity, 2005 October 25-26, Prague, Czeh Republic. Deteriorating power quality is becoming aincreasingly common in developed countries. Poor power qualit, also known as dirty electricity, refers to a combination of harmonics and transients generated primarily by electronic devices and by non-linear loads. (NOTE: this is a PDF download) Currents: An important factor in electromagnetic exposure. Duane A. Dahlberg, Ph.D. Excellent explanation of how the electrical grid has evolved to the point that the majority of the electrical current returns to the substations via the earth and the effect this has on life on that earth:

Evidence that Electromagnetic Radiation is Genotoxic: The implications for the epidemiology of cancer and cardiac, neurological and reproductive effects. Dr. Neil Cherry. Monumental! A “must read.” All of Cherry’s work is excellent. Interview with Robert Becker, M.D. about cell phones and general concerns about EMF.

Microwave and Radiofrequency Radiation Exposure: A Growing Environmental Health Crisis? San Francisco Medicine, A Journal of the San Francisco Medical Society, March 2001, Prepared by Cindy Sage, Sage Associates:

Five articles by Don Maisch here. Search on his name.

The Physiological and Environmental Effects of Non-ionising Electromagnetic Radiation. G.J. Hyland All his work is excellent. Orjan Hallberg’s research.

Biological Effects of Radiofrequency Radiation from Wireless Transmission Towers. Dr. Henry Lai

Why Ground Currents? Duane A. Dahlberg, Ph.D briefly reviews evidence that ground currents are detrimental to human and animal health:

Increased Levels of EMR in Buildings. Martin Lundmark, Anders Larsson, Ake Larsson, and Patrik Holmlund discusses the problems caused by harmonics and high frequency noise:

Dirty Electrical Power Affects Cows. Condensed from Relationship of Electric Power Quality to Milk Production of Dairy Herds. In press; Donald Hillman, Dave Stetzer, Martin Graham, Charles L. Goeke, Kurt Mathson, Harold H. VanHorn, and Charles J. Wilcox. Study of the relationship between electrical pollution and production and health in dairy cattle: *** A conversation with Dr. Becker. Powerline EMFs and human health.

Papers by Dr. Donald Hillman, Professor Emeritus, Department of Animal Science, Michigan State University :

We know that that the bodies of humans and animals are sensitive electrochemical energy systems. We need to learn as much as possible about how these systems are affected by manmade frequencies entering the body!