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October 31, 2014
skin effect

Skin Effects From Electromagnetic Radiation Source

“At high frequencies, the current tends to flow only in the conductor surface; the effective conductor cross section decreases and the conductor resistance increases. The depth of penetration illustrates the skin effect. It is defined as the thickness of a thin surface layer (assumed to have an even distribution of a current flow), having the same resistance as an actual conductor whitch is undergoing to skin effect. Because of the influence of the skin effect upon inductance the resistance is frequency-dependent:”

On Kauai (Where fish are turning black and rotting along with the decaying reef, and they are blaming GMO’s for bad health)

For instance, Dr. Richard Goding, an orthopedic surgeon, said he works all around the island, and in discussions with other physicians, it appears that westside kids are experiencing more nosebleeds and asthma than their eastside counterparts. The westside also seems to have cancer clusters and a higher rate of serious birth defects.”


EMR Skin Effects from pulsed electromagnetic radiation damaging the lining of airways, veins, arteries, etc. increasing asthma, lung cancer and disease.

Could Microwaves Be Associated With Children’s Asthma?

Exposure to electromagnetic fields has been linked to a number of health problems, including cancer and immune system and reproductive abnormalities, and now the latest research adds another concern to the list: childhood asthma.

In the first study of its kind, scientists strapped magnetic field monitors on pregnant women to determine their level of exposure, and studied whether it was associated with the risk of asthma in their children. They found that children born to women with the highest levels of exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) — including from microwaves, hair dryers and power lines — had a more than three-fold higher rate of asthma compared to those whose moms had the lowest exposure.”

I have already talked about high powered, pulsed microwave radars linked to an increase in Leukemia

“Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) became one of the most significant and fastest growing environmental factors due to intensive development of communication technologies during the last decades. Currently, according to expert estimations, the level of electromagnetic radiation from artificial sources exceeds the level of natural electromagnetic fields by thousand folds. The active development of mobile communication technologies over the world will only raise this level further. In this connection the problem of possible adverse effects of anthropogenic EMR on human health and particularly strictest assessment of possible carcinogenic effects of EMR is extremely important.”

A meta-analysis of asthma and risk of lung cancer (United States).

CONCLUSIONS:  The increased risk of lung cancer among never smoking individuals with asthma supports a direct relation between asthma and lung cancer. There is biological evidence to support this association.

Kauai EIRP

Kauai has approx. 300 Gigawatts of pulsed EIRP radiation


Example of why the skin effect occurs:

Electrons just don’t like each other, a point captured by the phrase that “like charges repel.” So, imagine a gymnasium full of students pretending to be electrons, staying as far away from others as possible. Anyone near the center of the crowd will feel badly pressed and will try to work there way towards the edge of the gym, where at least one side will no longer have fellow students milling about. The result? Most of the students will gravitate towards the edge of the gym and hover there, to take advantage of that lack of other students on the wall side of the gym.

Now imagine a narrow corridor leading out of the gym. Even better! Students in that corridor will only have fellow students on their left and right.

Now imagine the very end of that corridor, a sort of point. Even better! Now, the student who finds that spot will benefit from having only one student nearby. But somewhat ironically, that same effect will cause other students to pack themselves into the long, narrow corridor more tightly, since pretty much anywhere in the corridor makes them less exposed to the full set of students than being in the gym does.

This is the kind of effect that makes edges, wires, and points more attractive to electrons, which similarly just don’t want other electrons too nearby.

The electric field gradient is the rate at which the electric field falls off, and it is strongest on such edges and lines and points. You can use the gym analogy to see why that is. Imagine the mutual disdain of the students for each other as behaving like spooky spiky hair that extends ghost-like for many meters out from each student. The strands extend easily through ordinary bricks and such, but like Star Wars light sabers they absolutely refuse to move through each other. What happens?

For students lined up against a straight wall, the spooky spikes push against each other and wind up extending almost straight through the gym wall. The gradient in that case is actually quite small, since you end up with about the same number of spooky spikes per square meter far outside the gym wall as right up against it.

But what about the opposite case of that one student at the very end of the long, narrow dead-end corridor? Her spooky spikes are free to expand outward almost like giant ball, very quickly becoming quite sparse even a few meters beyond the corridor. That’s a very steep gradient, and with electrons it’s what leads to all sorts of interesting effects.

One effect in particular that I should note is that because the only repulsion that the student at the end of the long corridor is from other electrons in that corridor, her desire to move away from that corridor becomes far more directed and acute. She wants to escape! And if there is any weakness in the wall at the end of that corridor, she will succeed, escaping out into free space. And others will then follow! This is why electrons can escape from very sharp points, even at room temperature. The repulsion of electrons for each other is so strong that even the strong binding force of metals may fail if the electrons manage to find a point sufficiently isolated from the main body of free electrons in the metal.


From → Biology, Geophysics

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