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Electromagnetic Fields


Our focus on the issue of electromagnetic fields, especially those generated by power lines for the transmission of electricity

In the world in which we live in electric and magnetic fields are always present, even if invisible to the human eye, and can either have natural or artificial origins. 

Natural electricity fields, for example, are those produced from the local storage of electricity charges in the atmosphere during storms, while the most commonly known natural magnetic field is the earth’s one that orients the migration routes of birds and fish, as well as the natural compass along the North-South direction.

The artificial magnetic fields are those generated from equipment built from man for daily use, for example, mobile phones, electrical household appliances, medical diagnostic equipment as for example CAT scans or MRIs. Power transmission lines such as Terna’s, also generate electric and magnetic fields.