I haven't seen scientific research which finds that humans produce electromagnetic radiation. I was under the impression that the only interaction the human body had with electromagnetic radiation was the eyes' detection of visible light, and the use of ultroviolet light to synthesize Vitamin D. Is there any chance you could send me a link to this research? It must be quite interesting.


I would also be very interested in seeing the scientific research you mention which shows that non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation affects human health; I was under the impression that non-ionizing radiation, such as radio waves and microwaves, was only capable of heating molecules up (which wouldn't be a concern given the tiny amount of such non-ionizing radiation produced by wireless technology). I'm curious to see what harmful effects the researchers found. Of course, if non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation is harmful to human health, then we have a huge problem, because everyone is bombarded with radio waves from radio and television broadcasting 24/7.

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