Start a conversation

What Is The Difference Between The Earth's Electric Field And The Electric Field Used To Conduct Electricity In Our Homes?

The Earth's electric field is mainly a continuous direct current (DC) producing field.

Throughout history, life on the planet has attuned our biology to this subtle field. By comparison, home wiring systems in the U.S., use 60-cycle per second alternating current (AC). Unless at very low frequency (less than 10 cycles per second) and/or low power, alternating current is foreign to our biology.

This, and other forms of man-made environmental electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are being researched as factors in a variety of stress-related responses.

Many people are sensitive to EMFs. Studies show an association, but not cause and effect, between living new power lines (or exposure to EMFs on the job) and a higher range of health problems.

Choose files or drag and drop files
Was this article helpful?
Yes
No
  1. Gina

  2. Posted

Comments