We live among the waves – do we have anything to fear?
Three days filled with debates and discussions, an international environment and more than a dozen speeches – all preceded by hundreds of hours of research at scientific centers around the world. Experts participating in the symposium “Human and Field: Submission or Interaction” presented the results of work that could soon revolutionize medicine, physics and our daily lives.
On May 19-21 this year, a scientific symposium was held at the Ossolinsky Palace in Sterdynia, devoted entirely to the subject of the effects of radio waves on living organisms. For the first time, a space has been created for an in-depth debate on the impact of pol electromagnetic. Experts from the roThe participants from different fields of science exchanged their insights, doubts and supportolnie were looking for answers to their questions. The event is the result of wspoThe cooperation of the Center for Studiesoat the Advanced Technical University of Warsaw and the French company ATDI, whichora was the first to introduce features on the impact of radio waves on humans into its software.
– We invited world-class expertsow z rol of various scientific fields to start a serious discussion on the impact of radio waves on the human body. Until now, the impact of electromagnetic fields on humans has been discussed in isolation from research and analysis, and its potential consequences have become easy prey for political and ecological gambits. As a result, wokoł topic has accumulated a lot of mythoin and controversies — explains Agnieszka Slosarska president of ATDI Poland.
The symposium brought together world-renowned experts in one placeow, ktoers have been conducting research for years on roThe consequences of the impact of pol electromagnetic. Amongod they found m. in. Prof. Michael Giersig of Freie University in Berlin, who deals with the field generated by comorkowe or Dr. Haim Mazar associated with the ITU (International Telecommunication Union, a UN supporting organization) porownn standards of wave interaction in roThe company has been working in various regions of the world, whichore his opinion should be standardized. The speakers were eager to share their knowledge, answer questions and point out that the topic requires a lot of additional research and an interdisciplinary approach. In numerous discussions there was no shortage of voicesow related to the effects of waves on human DNA or the use of their potential in cancer therapy.
Significantly, none of the speeches confirmed the thesis of the harmfulness of pol electromagnetic fields to human health. Scientists, however, agree that the phenomenon of electrophobia, observed around the world, is becoming increasingly widespread. Dr. Haim Mazar pointed out that electrophobia has no, scientific justification. People, ktoers have come forward with neurological health problems attributing the causes to adverse effects of pol electromagnetic waves are often subject to the strong suggestion of unproven opinions. The lack of reliable information on radio waves has led to their impact being considered as „unexplained” and often mistakenly classified as harmful, while it is most often indifferent.