Electromagnetic frequency is also called electromagnetic radiation, and most often, just EM for short. EM is a form of energy that surrounds us and is everywhere, taking on many forms, according to the electromagnetic spectrum.
The electromagnetic or EM spectrum is the measurement and range of all EM radiation. As energy, EM radiation travels and spreads as it goes. For example, the radio waves that come from a radio station and travels and reaches a car radio. The types of EM radiation or frequencies in the EM spectrum are:
Aside from the example of radio stations, radio waves can also be emitted by gasses and stars in space. This is what astronomers usually pick up at listening stations.
The best examples of microwave radiation are those emitted extensively from microwave ovens, mobile phones, cellphone towers, Wi-Fi routers, computers, some power transformers, television transmitters, some electrical appliances, and smart meters. Because of the radiation emitted, protecting from EMF may become necessary.
The best example of this frequency is the use of night vision goggles. The goggles pick up infrared light at night that is emitted by the human body or objects with heat.
Light bulbs or anything that emits light is easily detected by human vision.
Ultraviolet radiation is emitted from the sun and is the reason the skin can darken or get burned. Objects in space that are “hot” such as comets and other suns emit UV radiation as well.
This type of radiation is experienced during a scheduled hospital x-ray, or when bags are put through airport security x-rays. Hot gasses in space also emit x-rays.
The most potent source of radiation; in space, it is produced by neutron stars, pulsars, supernova explosions, and regions around black holes. On Earth, it is caused by lightning, nuclear explosions, and exposure to nuclear waste.
Measuring Electromagnetic Radiation
Electromagnetic radiation or electromagnetic frequency/electromagnetic fields (EMF) can be measured as a stream of mass-less particles called photons. Each photon travels in a wave-like pattern at the speed of light and contains a certain amount of energy, depending on the type of radiation defined. For example, radio wave photons have the lowest amount of energy, microwave photons have more and constant energy, while ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays have the most energetic photons.
But, according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a branch of the World Health Organisation (WHO), EMF – especially those emitting microwaves, such as mobile phones and Wi-Fi – is classified as a possible 2B carcinogen, in a study conducted in 2011 at Lyons, France.
The 2B carcinogen classification means that there is evidence of cell changes and carcinogenicity with experimental animals and cultured laboratory cells.
All this means that anyone using Wi-Fi and other technologies associated with it will need adequate EMF protection.
Unfortunately, since it’s not realistic to demand a stop to the use of any Wi-Fi technology, it is necessary to have the best EMF protection technologies available in Australia today from Blushield. This technology provides a variable quantity field that is made up of a broad spectrum of natural frequencies that the body utilises to become a barrier to the entry of EMF into the body.
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