Mark: As we know, more and more evidence is emerging re
therapeutic benefits of low level electric fields. Challenges re
"limits of exposures" will continue to shed light on dangers of close,
chronic, prolonged electric field exposures. No pun intended, but it
is really "a no brainer" for any scientist, official or industry CEO to
dispute there is not enough evidence to support that variations in
proximity, length of time and differences in exposure paramaters re
electric fields are, in fact, "harmful!"
Whether stimulating brains or bones (common use of EMF stimulator
for bone growth after fracture), "specific protocols" apply. These therapies
certainly can not be used for 6-8 hours, every night, week after week,
month after month, year after year as is the case re close electric
field bedroom exposures.
Take care - Joanne
Joanne C. Mueller
Guinea Pigs "R" Us
731 - 123rd Avenue N.W.
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55448-2127 USA
In a message dated 10/31/2008 10:42:37 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
Ultrasound Shown to Exert Remote Control of
ULTRASOUND, BRAIN, ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY, GAMING, NEUROSTIMULATION, NON
INVASIVE TREATMENTS, BIOMEDICAL, ALZHEIMER'S, STROKE RECOVERY,
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In a twist on nontraditional uses of ultrasound, a group of
neuroscientists at Arizona State University has developed pulsed
ultrasound techniques that can remotely stimulate brain circuit
activity. Their findings, published in the Oct. 29 issue of the journal
Public Library of Science (PLoS) One, provide insights into how
low-power ultrasound can be harnessed for the noninvasive
neurostimulation of brain circuits and offers the potential for new
treatments of brain disorders and disease.