This chapter is not intended to present a full or even partial solution to the divining rod problem. Its primary purpose, rather, is to present a survey of the results of recent investigations in this area as they pertain to electromagnetic fields. It is also hoped that a closer look at the question of the existence of “geopathogenic,” or location-dependent, effects will shed further light on the factors underlying the volatile nature of this controversial subject.
- Gamma Radiation
- Neutral Point
- Lightning Strike
- Faraday Cage
- Single Coil
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König, H.L., Krueger, A.P., Lang, S., Sönning, W. (1981). The Divining Rod Phenomenon. In: Biologic Effects of Environmental Electromagnetism. Topics in Environmental Physiology and Medicine. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-5859-9_10
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