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EMF and the Environment

 
“The process of evolution has ensured that most surviving organisms within a population function adequately because the population is adapted to the immediate environment.  If environmental or social conditions change too rapidly and exceed the organisms's ability to adjust, health deteriorates and diseases develop."  Michael Huesemann and Joyce Huesemann 
 
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Version: 11-28-16
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The effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields on the environment have not been very well studied. However, some changes in plant and animal health, as well as animal behavior, have been observed. These should be seen in the greater context of environmental changes taking place due to many interacting factors at the present time. 

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