By: Jonathan Landsman
Since the 1930s, scientists have been concerned about the health risks associated with electromagnetic fields (EMFs). These electromagnetic frequencies can cause dizziness, headaches, blood sugar imbalances, anxiety and, even, cancer. In fact, is was Samuel Milham, MD, MPH — author of Dirty Electricity — who first alerted the world to the frightening links between occupational exposure to electromagnetic fields, electromagnetic pollution and human disease.
Besides providing us with the life-giving oxygen, Earth’s atmosphere is our protective blanket. It is the buffer that burns up most meteors away. It is a screen from deadly cosmic radiation. Also, it is the reason why we can communicate via radio waves because it bounces the waves for long distances around the globe. The air that accomplishes all of this is composed of five major layers.