electromagnetic radiation

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We have replaced the circuit model of current traveling a longer distance on rough copper, with a fields model of the electromagnetic energy impinging on a larger surface area as it propagates from left to right adjacent to a rough conductor.
Laboratory studies indicate that electromagnetic energy affects insulin production and effectiveness.
If it is not that means any electromagnetic energy should assign a mass.
An acupuncturist inserts thin sterilised needles at specific 'energy points' to unblock and redirect the body's own healing electromagnetic energy.
He would later conclude that ghosts are not the souls of the dead,but forms of electromagnetic energy created by energy outbursts from the living.
It now requires less electromagnetic energy to engage.
But the new research is the first to trap light while keeping its electromagnetic energy intact.
The aura is a number of layers of electromagnetic energy, some mediums can see these layers and the different colours.
Thus, as the dipoles are killed, so too is the mechanism for extracting electromagnetic energy from the vacuum.
Food irradiation is the process of exposing food to controlled levels of a particular form of electromagnetic energy known as ionizing radiation.
Here's how it works: A tiny wireless receiver embedded in your back molar picks up radiowaves, a form of electromagnetic energy that pulses invisibly through space and matter.
The pulses of electromagnetic energy are reflected off the material and the level is determined by the signal's time of flight.
This includes the application of electronic warfare support (ES) as it pertains to detecting, collecting, and locating communications emitters, and electronic attack (EA) which involves the application of directed electromagnetic energy to a communications receiver.
04% of gas molecules in the lower atmosphere) can absorb electromagnetic energy radiated by the Earth.
Hal Puthoff, a physicist (and parapsychologist), is exploring zero-point energy (ZPE), a hypothetical plenum of electromagnetic energy that fills space and interacts with gravitation and inertia.
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