DEMONSTRATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION FROM MAGNETITE LIKE RESPIRABLE AIR POLLUTION PARTICULATES SUPPORTING EPIDEMIOLOGICAL FINDINGS IN CANCER GENESIS
Keywords:Magnetite Fragments, Interfacial Adsorption, Temporary, Fresh Blood Smears, Blood Clots Formation, Magnetite Blood Interactions, Iron Filings Blood Interactions, Electromagnetic Fields and Diseases
The purpose of this manuscript is to expand on previous findings where an abrupt change in light electromagnetic spectrum was noticed during blood coagulation. In vitro experiments are introduced showing an electromagnetic radiation effect expressed as color changes observed on fresh blood smears undergoing water evaporation. Foreign particles, such as magnetized magnetite fragments and paramagnetic iron filings were placed on a fresh blood smear and then monitor and recorded by video-microscopy. The recent introduction of an in vitro blood smear technique allowing for the temporary preservation of fresh blood properties has allowed for this discovery. Recently, a promising use of magnetite as life saving tool by controlling internal bleeding was proposed; in vitro studies confirmed a decrease in hemostasis time in a blood vessel by a factor of 6.5. Magnetite is described as an iron oxide that occurs naturally on Earth, and has been detected in the form or nanoparticles in the human brain; which is attributed to biogenic (produced by living organisms) or anthropological particles (environmental pollutants) causes. Additionally, magnetite was researched and found to be non-toxic; to the point of obtaining having FDA approval to be used as a contrast media infusion in the blood stream to improve diagnostic procedures, such as in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
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