EMF and Magnetite

Ambient man-made electromagnetic fields (EMFs)... are a serious environmental issue. Yet most environmentalists know little about it, perhaps because the subject has been the purview of physicists and engineers for so long that biologists have lost touch with electromagnetism’s fundamental inclusion in the biological paradigm. All living cells and indeed whole living beings... are dynamic coherent electrical systems utterly reliant on bioelectricity for life’s most basic metabolic processes... most living things are fantastically sensitive to vanishingly small EMF exposures... man-made electromagnetic exposures aren’t “normal.”  They are artificial... with unusual intensities, signaling characteristics, pulsing patterns, and wave forms, that don’t exist in nature. And they can misdirect cells in myriad ways... Humans are not the only species being affected... We ignore this at our own peril now.” B. Blake Levitt

Version: 11-23-16

Magnetite is a naturally occurring as well as industrially-produced form of iron oxide. We have billions of particles in our brains and other tissues. Magnetite is sensitive to electromagnetic fields, such as the natural fields which bees, bats, or birds sense in their daily activities. It is speculated by some people that one of the mechanisms for EMF effects on our tissues is the action on magnetite. You will have an opportunity to draw your own conclusions from the materials linked on this map.