Destruction DNA

Thanks to Michael Faraday, the brilliant 19th-century scientist, and one of his inventions, the Faraday cage, we humans have developed a way of controlling how much radiation damages our DNA.


Thanks to Michael Faraday, the brilliant 19th-century scientist, and one of his inventions, the Faraday cage, we humans have developed a way of controlling how much radiation damages our DNA.



Faraday cages shield their contents from electromagnetic radiation. When an electromagnetic field hits something that can conduct electricity (such as the human body), the charges remain on the outside of the conductor rather than traveling inside. Some are as simple as chain-link fences or ice pails. Others use a fine metallic mesh.

Electromagnetic radiation is all around us. It's in visible and ultraviolet light, in the microwaves that cook our food and even in the FM and AM radio waves that pump music through our radios.


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Let’s get this straight; we know radiation is bad for our DNA, and we also have a way of preventing it from damaging us, but the government isn’t doing anything about it? Shock…


Ionizing radiation directly affects DNA structure by inducing DNA breaks, particularly, DSBs. Secondary effects are the generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) that oxidize proteins and lipids, and also induce several damages to DNA, like generation of abasic sites and single strand breaks (SSB)… and this is very well researched and documented.


What I do when I sleep is put my phone in a faraday cage, along with other electromagnetic objects, and leave it there in order to prevent radiation from disrupting my DNA as I sleep. You can get one online for quite cheap.



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