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Em

A unit of length used in printing. An em is one-sixth of an inch. It is also called a pica.
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She has addressed electrical pollution from a direct magnetic effect on the body as it relates to dirty power as well as electromagnetic radiation (EMR) created from cell phones, computers, radios, cell phone towers, etc.
Greater exposure to electromagnetic radiation did not correlate with worse symptoms: "There were no dose-response relationships.
That's because the erects result from the interplay between plasmons, which are waves of electrons, and the impinging electromagnetic radiation.
CelluSAFE, which securely covers any cell phone's external antenna, consists of tightly woven strands containing onyx and works by redirecting harmful electromagnetic radiation (EMF) away from the user's head.
Previous efforts at an electromagnetic gateway were hindered by their narrow bandwidth, only capturing a small range of visible light or other forms of electromagnetic radiation.
According to the FDA, two consequences of using creams containing these acids are increased proliferation of epidermal epithelial cells and deeper penetration of electromagnetic radiation into the skin, both of which raise the possibility of an increased risk of skin cancer with continued use.
Further down the shoreline, Karen Adams is a co-founder of Fairfield's Alliance to Limit Electromagnetic Radiation Today (ALERT), formed in 1991 after CL&P quietly won approval for a 115,000-volt power line along the commuter rail line from Bridgeport to Norwalk.
Years before the media turned its cameras on stories about the dangers of electromagnetic radiation, the presence of lead in water and paint, indoor air quality and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), professional property managers began educating themselves about the issues.
Pink Sheets:AVXN) announced today that the company has acquired patented electromagnetic radiation suppression nanotechnology earlier this week from Nanonize Corporation, a privately held company located in Ontario, Canada, prior to that company collapsing its operations for lack of ongoing funding.
3+1527, is pouring out 100 times as much energy in the form of gravitational waves as the sun emits as electromagnetic radiation.
Barring hidden systematic bias in the data,'' they wrote, the behavior of electromagnetic radiation propagating over vast distances ``indicates a new cosmological effect.
The need to identify, evaluate and state the potential risks of electromagnetic radiation or EMR is growing increasingly important.

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