Electrosmog are the electromagnetic disturbances and interference emitted by technologies that work with electricity and wireless telecommunications. It is found in problems of RFI (Radio Frequency Interference), EMI (Electromagnetic Interference), ESD (Electrostatic Discharge), PIM (Passive Intermodulation), Dirty Electricity (Noise on power lines from harmonics and transients), unexpected network failures, and device malfunctions. Recently, with scientific evidence, experts have linked this type of pollution with harmful biological and environmental effects.
More than 4,000 scientific papers confirm this, hundreds of studies in more than 50 countries, multiple organizations, universities and governments worldwide have carried out medical studies whose conclusions have appeared in thousands of peer-reviewed scientific articles with multiple scientific evidence that allows the electromagnetic problem to be related with specific effects on health and the environment.
Electrosmog cannot be fully understood in depth if some basic concepts, reasoning and analysis of the origin of the concept of electromagnetic waves and radiation are not clear; as well as if it is not understood in an essential way how current “works”, both alternating (AC) and direct (DC), and what were the approaches that Tesla and Edison put forward at the time. Understanding what electrosmog is also requires an understanding of electronics and how it works, as well as concepts from microbiology, genetics, physiology, and environmentalism.
In summary, this concept requires a very broad multidisciplinary basic knowledge. This understanding is required to understand the origin of the electromagnetic problem and how it can be completely and permanently controlled, mitigated or neutralized.
As a main idea, the first thing to clarify is:
That is why, as an EMF (Electromagnetic Fields) Researcher and Electrosmog specialist, I have compiled 12 principles that summarize what I have learned in recent years working with hundreds of cases of electrohypersensitivity, conducting studies in multiple laboratories, conducting environmental assessments indoors and abroad in more than 40 countries.
There is much to learn about these non-ionizing radiations from man-made sources and, for this, it is additionally necessary to master basic terms such as: