Human Electromagnetic Physiology and Therapeutics

Human Electromagnetic Physiology and Therapeutics


Introduction to Human Electromagnetic Physiology

Human Electromagnetic Physiology and Therapeutic Applications
By Dr. Angelou M. Evangelou, Professor of Physiology,
Honorary Member of the Constantine Research Center

The living beings, including man, of our planet, live for billions of years, under the influence of various electromagnetic fields.

The first effect exerted on beings is the earth’s magnetic field with a frequency of 7-8 Hz and an intensity ranging from 35 mT at the equator to 75 mT at the poles. Man himself has his own magnetic field with a frequency of about 7.8 Hz (and an intensity of µT).

However, our planet as well as living things is bombarded daily by a huge range of electromagnetic radiation from very low frequency (ELF & VLF) to ionizing (X-rays) and cosmic radiation.

These fields are the natural fields in which the earth’s magnetic field as well as the earth’s atmosphere (for cosmic radiation) provided significant shielding.
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But since the beginning of the century, anthropogenic activity added a significant range of fields (electricity, radar, communications, etc.) that covered the until then empty range up to the frequencies of visible light.

The dependence of human functions and other forms of life on the various EMG fields is known from studies as early as 1890 as well as human health from the changes of the magnetic field caused by the periodic solar magnetic storms (Zadhin M, 2001).

Carrier of the EMF field is the EMF wave which contains an electric and a magnetic leg (wave) which propagate together vertically and in phase with each other with a speed (in vacuum) equal to that of light (c).
Man (and all living things) is, among other things, a network of production and reception-propagation and emission of electromagnetic fields.

The electrical function of the various systems, the iron particles in the cells of the cone, the function of proteins as semiconductors, the components of the cell membrane (lipids, proteins, etc.) and intra- and extracellular water as “liquid crystals”, define the point of view of the producer, transmitter and receiver of electromagnetic information.

It is now known that cellular-somatic microtubules are conductors of EM waves (f=1013 Hz and their harmonics, in λ= mm) that coordinate cellular functions (Lasley & Primram, 1991), centrosomes contain silicon oxides and emit and they receive EM “signals”.
The human body produces a series of fundamental EMF frequencies characteristic of its structure and function (Andreyev YA, Bely MA, Sit’ko SP, 1982). Nerve cells emit and receive EMF fields in the ELF region (Elul J UCLA, 1967).

The cell membrane behaves as a crystal diode or transistor, converting alternating EMF fields into continuous ones and amplifying them. (Pinkard W,1985).
Cellular DNA emits electromagnetic waves (Laser type), with which intra- and intercellular communication takes place.

Even the cells before their death, emit a characteristic EM wave informing the rest (Popp F.A 1986 & 1989)
Measurements of various functions in the form of electromagnetic frequencies with modern magnetometers (SQUIDs) and with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance devices (NMR, MRI) are today a fact.
In 1960, Mosalenko Y et al, reported a long-range electronic device for emitting and recording radio frequencies in the human body (Frequencies from 2-6 GHz, λ=mm-microwaves) and showed that the difference between transmitted and received frequency can provide diagnostic information (Lin C: Bioelectromagnetics, 1992).

In 1970 Russian and Ukrainian radiophysicists discovered that there is tissue and cell resonance with very high frequency and low intensity Radio waves. Thus, for the first time, the specific resonance radio frequencies of humans, animals and other components (biological and chemical substances) were recorded (Petrosyan V.I et al, 1970-Kositsky et al 2001).

The emission and recording of very low intensity photons (biophotons) by the human body, of different frequency for each organ, is another important indication (Cohen & Popp, -Indian J Exp Biology, 2003).
Bioinformatics has shown that communication, – the language of the body – is electrical and chemical.
Nerve electrical impulses contain information, (bio)chemical compounds-signals contain information to be executed, encoded in their structure. The cells are full of information receivers (receptors) and contain all the functional structures and biochemical pathways, translation and switching of this information to the nucleus to execute the command.

But are these two informational systems the only ones that make up body language?
Do living things – and the human body – also communicate electromagnetically?
Can an EMG-electronically coded command be executed by the organism or even the cells of living beings?

In 1995 Edler et al showed that
frogs carry out the non-molecular electronic command of thyroxine and become hyperthyroid, while in 2000 Thomas et al. showed that neutrophils can be activated and produce reactive oxygen species (free radicals) by electronic emission of phorbol myristate acetate.
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In 2005 we showed that radiofrequency co-emission of NGF (nerve growth factor) to malignant adrenal medulla cells (PC12) induces their differentiation into neurons just like NGF itself (Karkabounas et al 2005).

And we also showed that Hela cells with the gene of the heat shock protein (heat shock protein 70) inactivated become heat resistant if exposed to the EMF spectrum of this protein (Evangelou et al 2010) and that the emission of the resonance spectrum of morphine in experimental animals causes analgesic effects similar to morphine itself (Verginadis et al 2009).
These are some of the experimental data that suggest that perhaps electromagnetics is one of the body’s languages.

“Electromagnetic Treatment (EMF Treatment) for the treatment of pain, cancer, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory diseases is under constant research. The long-term success of this new scientific approach is still unknown.
We are optimistic that Electromagnetic Training has the power to bring about revolutionary changes in medical practice, which until now has been made possible by pharmacotherapy and surgery.
New therapeutic tools that are being developed and will be developed in the future, provide possibilities for non-invasive treatments with a low degree of risk and without the problems of pharmaceutical side effects and interactions”