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<ul><li><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p><p>EMF: WHAT IS IT, &amp; WHY SHOULD YOU CARE? DESIGN SYSTEMS FOR LIFE 2015 </p><p>1 </p></li><li><p>Contact Information </p><p> Shannon Hall, WELL Accredited Design Professional info@designsystemsforlife.com 843.817.0274 </p><p> For Optimal Wellbeing, you need: An environmental doctor, an environmental/industrial hygienist, and a designer/architect who knows Baubiology and WELL principles! The TRIFECTA. </p></li><li><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p><p>An Introductory Awareness Course 3 </p><p> Wellbeing: A synergistic effect comprised of air, water, soil, light, energy, sight, sound, smell, taste and touch. </p><p> Our wellbeing is framed by both personal experiences, the environment and built structures. </p><p> Time within built structures is approximately 90% of a day. This time is impacted by energy, equipment and devices that harness or uses it. Electro-Magnetic Frequency (EMF) is how we harness it. </p><p> Built structures are being inundated by new technological advances and smart systems touted as must-have enhancements to the modern way of life. </p><p> The objective of this presentation is Specific Awareness of the effects of building systems on living beings. </p><p> Being well is the only true wealth. </p></li><li><p>PRE-TEST 4 </p><p>12 Questions What is EMF? Name five sources of EMF in your daily activities. What is radio frequency (RF)? Name three sources of RF in your daily activities. What is electro-stress (ES)? What are the synergistic factors that may cause ES within the </p><p>body? Why does ES cause health issues? Name ten health issues associated with ES. What is Rapid Aging Syndrome? What is electro-smog, and how do you measure it? How do you protect yourself from electro-smog? Who is the Wellbeing Trifecta? </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>THE FOUR ELEMENTS AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT THE FIVE SENSES THE ELECTRIC SYSTEM OF THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL TOXINS TOXIN: ELECTROMAGNETIC FREQUENCIES COMMON SYMPTOMS OF EMF EXPOSURE DISEASE SUSCEPTIBILITY RAPID AGING SYNDROME EMF, WHY SHOULD YOU CARE? </p><p> 1 THE SET UP 5 </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>THE FOUR ELEMENTS &amp; THE BUILT ENVIROMENT 6 </p><p>AIR movement </p><p>WATER circulation </p><p>EARTH bio-matter </p><p>groundwater </p><p>FIRE energy </p><p>circulation </p><p>Interior Circulation </p><p>SUN RAIN </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>THE FIVE SENSES 7 </p><p>QUALITATIVE SCALES WILL EXPRESS THE SAME NERVE REACTION </p><p>SIGHT SCALE </p><p>SOUND SCALE </p><p>SMELL SCALE </p><p>TASTE SCALE </p><p>TOUCH SCALE </p><p> QUALITATIVE SCALES ARE INTERCHANGABLE </p><p> SENSE ORGANS TO NERVE REACTIONS TO QUALTITAVE PERCEPTIONS </p><p> SCALES OF ENERGY MANIFESTS IN EACH ENDOCRINE AREA: HYPOTHALAMUS, PINEAL, PITUITARY, THYROID, PARATHYROID, THYMUS, ADRENAL, KIDNEY, PANCREAS, OVARY/TESTE </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>THE ELECTRIC SYSTEM OF THE HUMAN 8 </p><p>Humans are a complex set of electro-chemical processes where the scales of energy manifest in each endocrine area and support either health or disease. </p><p> Measurable fields (veritable) can be </p><p>measured by man-made electro-devices. </p><p>Veritable field are the most accepted way of </p><p>measurement across scientific disciplines. </p><p> Immeasurable fields (putative or subtle) cannot be measured by electro-devices; putative fields are also known as biofields and can be measured by pendular sciences. </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>THE HUMAN HEALTH CONDITIONS 9 </p><p>HEALTHY UNHEALTHY </p><p> Human bodies require a balanced energy spectrum to maintain optimal physical, emotional and mental health. </p><p> Unbalanced energies disrupt the bodys functioning systems. </p><p> Exposure to toxins creates potential for bodily dysfunctions. </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>ENVIROMENTAL TOXINS 10 </p><p>TOXINS THAT AFFECT HUMAN HEALTH COME IN MANY FORMS: BIOTOXINS: Coming from </p><p>plants and animals such as: bacteria, molds and fungus </p><p> CHEMICAL AGENTS HEAVY METALS RADIATION: Gamma/Radon TERRESTRIAL RADIATION: </p><p>Geomagnetic ELECTRO-MAGNETIC </p><p>FREQUENCIES </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>TOXIN: ELECTROMAGNETIC FREQUENCIES 11 </p><p>HIGHLIGHTS IN 2005, WORLD HEALTH ORGANZATION (WHO) STATED ELECTROSENSITIVITY MAY BE PSYCHOSOMATIC. IN 2010 DR DOMINIQUE BELPOMME, PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH ASSOCIATION OF RESEARCH IN THERAPEUTICS AGAINST CANCER STATED: WE KNOW WITH CERTAINTY THAT ELECTOMAGNETIC HYPERSENSITIVITY (EHS) IS NOT PSYCHOSOMATIC. </p><p> IN 2011 WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) AND THE INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER (IARC) HAS CLASSIFIED RADIOFREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AS POSSIBLY CARCINOGENIC TO HUMANS (GROUP 2B). </p><p> HALF DR BELPOMMES EHS PATIENTS HAVE MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITY (MCS) AND MCS AND EHS SHARE THE SAME BRAIN ABNORMALITIES. </p><p> 30% HAVE HIGH LEVELS OF HISTAMINE, 50% HAVE TOO MUCH STRESS PROTIENS, MOST HAVE LOW LEVELS OF MELATONIN (POTENT ANTI-CANCER HORMONE), 30% HAVE ANTIBODIES AND PROTEINS THAT ARE SIGNS OF THERMAL SHOCK AND BRAIN DAMAGE. </p><p> AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT BOARD IN 2002 RECOGNIZES THAT MCS AND EHS MAY BE CONSIDERED DISABILITIES UNDER THE ADA IF THEY SO SEVERLY IMPAIR THE NEUROLOGICAL, RESPIRATORY OR OTHER FUNCTIONS OF AN INDIVIDUAL, THAT IT SUBSTANTIALLY LIMITS ONE OR MORE OF THE INDIVIDUALS MAJOR LIFE ACTIVITIES. </p><p> EMF IS SYNERGISTIC WITH HEAVY METALS AND MOLD THAT AFFECTS HUMAN HEALTH ADVERSELY. </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>COMMON SYMPTOMS OF EMF EXPOSURE 12 </p><p> Cardiac palpitations Problems with muscles, joints, and bones/</p><p>movement difficult Headaches/nausea Irritability and aggression Depression Fatigue/feeling not refreshed after a </p><p>nights sleep Dizziness Fatigue Confusion Poor sleep Pain-related to nerves Headaches Feelings of discomfort Memory Loss </p><p> Ringing in the ear Skin problems Cardiovascular issues Dizziness Loss of appetite Movement difficult Infertility/miscarriages Behavioral problems Learning disabilities Tingling or burning on the face (cell phone) Poor response to medical treatments and/</p><p>or overmedication of pharmaceuticals Ringing in the ear Skin problems Loss of appetite </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>DISEASE SUSCEPTABILITY </p><p> Leukemia Lymphoma Breast Cancer Brain Cancer: Glioma Salivary Gland Cancer Heart Diseases Pace Makers Stroke Thrombosis High Blood Pressure Alzheimers Dementia Parkinsons Multiple Sclerosis </p><p> Lou Gherigs (ALS) Fibromyalgia Depression Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Suicide Osteoporosis Saroldisis Tendinitis Thyroid Allergies Asthma Chronic Fatigue Immune Suppression Rapid Aging Syndrome (RAS) </p><p>13 </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>RAPID AGING SYNDROME (RAS) 14 </p><p>Dr Magda Havas, BSC PhD, Trent University, Peterborough, Canada </p><p>RAS signs are: fatigue, sleep disturbances, headaches, feeling discomfort, difficulty concentrating, depression, memory loss, visual disruptions, irritability, hearing disruptions, skin problems, cardiovascular, dizziness, loss of appetite and movement difficulties that occur within 300 meters or 984 feet of an EMF source like emitter Radio Frequency towers hosting antennas. These are signs that at a cellular level, things are not well. For instance, after exposure to these waves for as little as 10 minutes, one can see changes in blood viscosity, circulation and immune response. You age from the inside out! </p><p>EMF Clean Home On Computer 70 mins. On Cordless10 mins. </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>EMF, WHY SHOULD YOU CARE? 15 </p><p>SET UP HIGHLIGHTS </p><p> IT IS ALL AROUND YOU IT IS A TOXIN IT IS POSSIBLY CARCINOGENIC IT HAS ROLE IN HEALTH PROBLEMS IT AMPLIFIES THE IMPACT OF OTHER TOXINS SUCH AS CHEMICALS, MOLDS AND HEAVY METALS THAT CAUSES CELLULAR DAMAGE WITHIN THE BODY. </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>HIGHLIGHTS OF ELECTRICAL HISTORY ELECTRICAL POLICIES TIMELINE TO THE YEAR 2000 ELECTRICAL POLICY POST 2000 CELL PHONE EVOLUTION SMART METER IMPLEMENTATION SMART CITY INITIATIVE </p><p> 2 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND 16 </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>HIGHLIGHTS OF ELECTRICAL HISTORY 17 </p><p>1752 By tying a key onto a kite string during a storm, Ben Franklin , proved that static electricity and lightning were the same. 1800 First electric battery invented by Alessandro Volta. The volt is named in his honor. 1816 First energy utility in US founded. 1820 Separate experiments by Hans Christian Oersted, A.M. Ampere, and D.F.G. Arago confirmed the relationship between electricity and magnetism. 1826 Georg Ohm defined the relationship between power, voltage, current and resistance in Ohms Law. 1831 Principles of electromagnetism induction, generation and transmission discovered by Michael Faraday. 1837 First industrial electric motors by Thomas Davenport. 1841 J. P. Joule's law of electrical heating published. 1873 James Clerk Maxwell wrote equations that described the electromagnetic field, and predicted the existence of electromagnetic waves traveling with the speed of light. 1883 The electric transformer is invented. Thomas Edison introduces the "three-wire" transmission system. 1888 Rotating field AC alternator invented by Nikola Tesla 1891 60 cycle AC system introduced in U.S. 1892 General Electric Company formed by the merger of Thomson-Houston and Edison General Electric. 1893 Westinghouse demonstrates "universal system" of generation and distribution at Chicago exposition. 1913 Electric refrigerator is invented. 1935 The Public Utility Holding Company Act is passed. The Federal Power Act is passed. The Securities and Exchange Commission is established. The Bonneville Power Administration is established. The first night baseball game in major leagues is played made possible by electric lighting. 1947 The transistor is invented. 1953 The first 345 Kilovolt transmission line is laid. The first nuclear power station ordered. 1965 The Northeast Blackout occurs. 1968The North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC) is formed. 1977 The New York City blackout occurs. The Department of Energy (DOE) is formed. 1980 The first U.S. wind farm is opened. The Pacific Northwest Electric Power Planning and Conservation Act establishes regional regulation and planning. 1984 Annapolis, N.S., tidal power plantfirst of its kind in North America (Canada) opened. </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>ELECTRICAL POLICIES HIGHLIGHTS TO THE YEAR 2000 </p><p>18 </p><p>1992 The National Energy Policy Act is passed. 1993 Rick Fedrizzi, David Gottfried and Mike Italiano established the U.S. Green Building Council. </p><p>To promote sustainability in the building and construction industry. Collaboration, through work with the Clinton Global Initiative, World Green Building Council, United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), Sustainable Buildings and Climate Initiative the International Codes Council, AIA, ASHRAE, ASID, ASLA, BOMA and IFMA has broadened the base of green building. </p><p>1996 Telecommunications Act 1996, Section 704 prohibits state and local governments from regulating the placement of wireless facilities on health or environmental grounds. </p><p>1997 ISO New England begins operation (first ISO). New England Electric sells power plants (first major plant divestiture). </p><p>1998 California opens market and ISO. Scottish Power (UK) to buy Pacificorp, first foreign takeover of US utility. National (UK) Grid then announces purchase of New England Electric System. </p><p>1999 Electricity marketed on Internet. FERC issues Order 2000, promoting regional transmission. 2000 the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building certification system </p><p>has singled out commercial, institutional and residential projects noteworthy for environmental and health performance in both the United States and abroad. </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>ELECTRICAL POLICY POST 2000 19 </p><p>2007 President Bush signed into law the Ban to make inefficient (traditional) light bulbs starting in 20014. </p><p>2012 United States has net electricity imports of 47 thousand gigawatt-hours or 1.2% of the electrical power generated in the United States. </p><p>2012 IEEE partners with UNESCO promoting engineering and IT. 2012 Delos Living, founded by Paul Scialla-real estate for wellness and beauty for Wall Street. 2013 October launched by the IEEE, the Pilot Municipality of Guadalajara, Mexico in the IEEE </p><p>Smart Cities Initiative. 2013 USGBC announces LEEDv4 touting both the focus on health and compliance LEED </p><p>Standards utilizing 2 smart meters (water and energy meters). 2014 Light bulb Ban enforced. 2014 March, IEEE launched IEEE Smart City Initiative, led by Gilles Bestis, designed to be a </p><p>trusted voice in smart cities for the engineering, computing and technology communities around the world. </p><p>2014 October Delos Living associated with USGBC, launches Well Building Institute Certification- lightly touching on EMF issues but not including it in the first Standard. </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>CELL PHONE EVOLUTION </p><p>20 </p><p>1956 The first real car phones </p><p>1964 A new operating system is developed that operates on a single channel at 150 MHz </p><p>1969 The self-dialing capability is now upgraded to 450 MHz and becomes standard in the United States </p><p>Motorola started hand-held mobile subscription devices in 1973 </p><p>1983 first US G-l network by Ameritech </p><p>1990s sees expansion of G-2 </p><p>1993 Bellsouth and IBM announced theircreation of the Simon personal communicator phone, touted as the world's first smartphone </p><p>2002 The first phones withbuilt-in cameras became public. </p><p>2003-2007 G-3 broadband gave access to internet </p><p>2003 BlackBerry was the company's first device to offer: email, texting, a web browser messenger service. </p><p>2007 Apple launched its first iPhone </p><p>2009 G-4 optimized speed capabilities </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>SMART METER IMPLEMENTATION 21 </p><p> Began implementation in early 21st Century </p><p> Federal support started in 2005 in Energy Policy Act </p><p> First Smart meters replaced mechanical meters at residential apartments, condos, and private residences in Texas </p><p> 2009 Smart Grid financing authorized by Federal government </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p></li><li><p>SMART CITY INITIATIVE by IEEE 22 </p><p>June, 2012 an announcement that IEEE partners with UNESCO. IEEE runs the Smart City Initiative. Technologies associated with Smart Cities are numerous and include those available now and those in development. DUIS Certification is a prerequisite for the Digital Creative City. Examples include: </p><p>Design Systems for Life &amp; Synergistics 2015 </p><p> Intelligent lighting Smart building controls Demand response LED lighting Solar panels Fuel cells Wireless charging for automobiles NFC Facial recognition Transportation sensors Wind turbines </p><p> Intelligent Buildings Micro and Macro GMDs Low power semiconductors An RF-like fabric Integrated transportation A connected self-aware </p><p>environmen...</p></li></ul>