Biological systems on earth are electro-chemical in nature. The production and maintenance of life forms was most likely heavily influenced by environmental radiation. Life forms undoubtedly evolved in harmony with the then-existing electromagnetic radiations. All matter vibrates and radiates. Science has been able to measure some of these emanations with instruments. Other radiations from all forms of matter, described as subtle energies, have proven difficult to quantify and measure, and do not enjoy wide acceptance. Learn to distinguish what nurtures human health and what deteriorates human health.
Topics include health effects, cellular studies, cancer in high-exposure careers, cancer risks in microwave ovens, childhood cancer and ground current sources, biological responses.
This course conveys 10 Building Biology Continuing Education Units (CEUs).