How is Living organisms’ electrical activity related to lightning-induced atmospheric EM fields - recent publications
The study led by Prof. Colin Price points to a surprising beneficial effect of ELF electromagnetic fields on the resistance of living cells such as myocardial cells to stress conditions
Last year, we have written here about the research of PhD student Gal Alhlal and Prof. Colin Price, who found similarities between lightning-induced atmospheric electromagnetic activity at extremely low frequencies (ELF), and that of human and animal tissue, in particular myocardial cells.
The ELF electromagnetic activity has a protective effect that reduces stress responses and protects against stress-related processes such as oxygen deficiency. This effect expired approx. 30 minutes after the magnetic field was stopped.
A new academic paper was recently published about this research. Newsweek magazine has also written recently about the study.
Please see the following links:
Price, C., Williams, E., Elhalel, G. et al. Natural ELF fields in the atmosphere and in living organisms. Int J Biometeorol (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00484-020-01864-6, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00484-020-01864-6
Electrical Activity Inside Humans and Other Animals is Eerily Similar to Electrical Fields in the Atmosphere - Newsweek