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« on: June 30, 2007, 07:10:00 am »






EMF-INDUCED CALCIUM EFFLUX EVENTS



The US Government started researching electronic RMCT as a result of early work on the effects of EM radiation on human behaviour.

Microwave stimulation of the brain with extra-low-frequency (ELF) audiograms has been shown to affect brain function for RMCT.7 This methodology is the basis of US RMCT. However, the EM field around the body can also be affected by other types of EM irradiation, electric fields and magnetic fields.

Dr Ross Adey, formerly of the Brain Research Center at the University of Southern California, and now at the Loma Linda University Medical School, California, worked on the CIA's infamous Pandora project. His research involved inducing of specific behaviour modifications by electromagnetic means, as well as inducing calcium efflux events to interfere with brain function-the so-called "confusion weaponry". (More recently, Dr Adey has been warning against the biological hazards of EM emissions from mobile phones.)

Dr Adey's research at the Brain Research Center has shown the existence of a biological reaction to EM radiation. This reaction was found to be dependent on the frequency, amplitude and dose of the microwave radiation used.

In the 1980s Dr Adey performed some crucial experiments using microwave carrier-waves modulated with ELF waves to modify brain tissue responses. He carried out experiments with cat brain tissue, showing that the binding of calcium ions to neuronal sites was affected by weak EM fields. These fields were of a frequency and amplitude similar to fields produced in mammalian bodies and detected on electroencephalographs (EEGs).

Dr Adey demonstrated how a 147-megahertz (MHz) field, which at tissue level had an intensity of 0.8 milliwatts per square centimetre, caused an efflux or release of calcium ions from the irradiated brain tissue. This response only occurred when the ELF modulation of the microwave carrier-wave had an amplitude modulated at 6-20 hertz (Hz). The maximum stimulation of the neurones took place at 16 Hz, but to either side of this frequency-range parameter there was no effect.8

Microwaves of a similar waveform were used in a US research facility by C. S. Blackman, who worked on the theory underlying the electronic RMCT devices now deployed worldwide. He noted a set of narrow field intensity parameters of microwave irradiation effects that was greatest at 0.75 milliwatts per square centimetre, causing the neurones to efflux calcium to the greatest extent.

Adey repeated Blackman's experiments and confirmed a microwave intensity parametric area of between 0.1 and 1.0 milliwatt per square centimetre, using a 450-MHz microwave carrier-wave amplitude modulated by an ELF of 16 Hz. He found that this set of EM parameters caused the largest calcium efflux in the neurones. When other EM parameters were used, they caused no response.

In comparison, ELF-modulated microwave radiation in the range of 6-20 Hz, at field intensifies lower by several orders of magnitude than the above, caused a decrease of calcium ion efflux in the neurones. A useful observation was that the frequency and amplitude of the response of the neuronal brain tissue was the same whether it was stimulated or damped. There was a consistency in the magnitude of the response, i.e., a 10 to 15 per cent increase in calcium ion efflux using the higher intensities, and an identical reduction using the lower intensities described above.

Since the neurones are affected by EM fields, the EM mantle around our bodies-and anything that affects it-will also affect brain function.9 The mechanism for this is that ELF-modulated microwaves can affect calcium efflux in the neurones, which can affect short- and long-term potentiation of the neurones with a concomitant effect on memory.
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