Do You Live in a Healthy House?
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The intent of this web-site is to educate you about a natural “environmental stressor” that imposes physical stress to the human body. Long-term exposure to this stressor weakens the immune system and can lead to chronic illness and disease.
Stressor: Is something that causes stress to the body – for which the body responds by producing a stress reaction. When stress reactions are excessive, prolonged and chronic, it actually breaks down our body’s defense mechanism and leaves us open and vulnerable to disease and illness. Stress, either internal or external (attacking the body from the outside), has been called the number one universal health factor contributing to major disease because too much stress destroys the immune system.
Aquifers: When water travels from point A to point B underground, it travels through aquifers. Geologists compare an aquifer to that of a hard sponge, the moving water, at times, has to force its way through the tiny nooks and crannies in the aquifer, creating tremendous pressure, friction and turbulence. Aquifer is the proper name for an underground water stream and can be at depths less than 100 feet to more than 500 feet below ground.
Dr. Mark Krinker, PhD, Physicist and Member of the Advisory Committee for Department of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, City College of Technology, CUNY, New York, NY, explains the “environmental stressor” this way: In the places where water flows turbulently in an aquifer (due to friction and pressure), extremely low frequency electric fields are generated (ELF up to 30Hz). And because the Earth already has its own permanent electric field, these ELF’s modify the Earth’s electric field into electrical fields of different force and wavelengths. Dr. Krinker has developed test equipment to detect these electric fields.
This creates an “environmental stressor” which has been scientifically shown to harm the body: In the areas of the aquifer where these electric fields are being generated, an “environmental stressor” will be found (directly above) on ground level. When a human being is placed in this stressor, the body will react by producing a stress reaction in as little as 15-30 minutes. This was shown in the 2005, double blind, peer reviewed study, entitled “Biomedical Evidence of Influence of Geopathic Zones on the Human Body: Scientifically Traceable Effects and Ways of Harmonization”, by the Institute for Frontier Questions of Medicine and Biotechnology, St. Johanns-Hospital, Salzburg, Austria.
NOTE: (The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) explains these natural electric fields on their web-site. The following is an excerpt: Telluric currents are naturally occurring electric fields that are widespread, some being of global scale. Electric fields may also occur as streaming potentials generated by groundwater movement. Electric fields associated with groundwater movement will have the greatest amplitude where groundwater flow rates are high, such as through subsurface open-channel flow).
The medical scientists, led by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gerhard W. Hacker, conclude that long term exposure to this stressor will weaken the immune system and can lead to chronic illness and disease. Serious health issues can occur when people (and animals) sleep or work for long periods of time in this stressor because the body is not intended to produce stress reactions for long periods of time.
This “environmental stressor” found above turbulently moving water has also been scientifically shown to inhibit melatonin production in dairy cows: A study conducted in 2010 measuring dairy cows exposed to this stressor was conducted by medical scientists in cooperation with the University of Zurich Veterinary Clinic. The cows were exposed to this stressor for 3 sequences of 3 weeks on (standing in this stressor), and 3 sequences of 3 weeks off wherein this stressor was eliminated from their stall. Samples of the cow’s urine were taken in order to measure the Melatonin sulfate levels. For the 3 week on periods, when the cows were living in the stressor and were under stress, melatonin production significantly dropped in all cows tested, and when the stressor was eliminated from the stall during the 3 week off periods, melatonin production increased significantly in all cows tested.
Short-term exposure to this “environmental stressor” has been scientifically shown to reduce well-being in humans: Published in “The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine” in 2010, “Geopathic Stress Zones: Short-Term Effects on Work Performance and Well-Being?” concluded that well-being was negatively affected – the analysis of variance revealed a trend (p = 0.07) and showed significantly poorer well-being while on the stressor compared to being on a neutral (safe) location (p = 0.01).
Lack of awareness is the real problem: Eliminating this stressor whenever and wherever it exists above turbulently moving groundwater is both simple and relatively inexpensive to do.
Houses and communities sitting above aquifers, wherein the water is moving turbulently (due to pressure and friction), have higher illness and disease rates than homes not sitting above turbulently moving water.
Aquifers and Health Institute is a non-profit organization committed to creating a public awareness campaign as well as getting government and federal agency attention to this very serious “environmental stressor”. Serious health risks exist because long term exposure to this stressor weakens the immune system.