Electromagnetic Effects in Humans
- C. W. SmithAffiliated withElectronic and Electrical Engineering Department, University of Salford
The recognition of electromagnetic effects by and in humans must begin with man’s conscious perception of the light from the sun and other heavenly bodies, thunder-storms, geomagnetic fields and through magnetite (lodestone) to the navigators’ compass. Gilbert (1600) published his treatise, De Magnete, in which he included an account of the “medicinal virtues” of lodestone.
- Electromagnetic Effects in Humans
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- Biological Coherence and Response to External Stimuli
- pp 205-232
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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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