Sunday, 4 January 2015

An idea on EM waves causing autism

An idea on electromagnetic waves causing autism. I'm sure proteins either in the neuroreceptors or proteins responsible for their production have permanent dipoles attach to their hydrogen bonds in the primary structure of the protein. This contributes to proteins staying permanently unfolded. It seems primary structure is the most sensitive to dipole damage in proteins. This is how wifi ect is causing autism and other disorders, is there a way to limit dipole effect to protect babies? Maybe clothing that gives the dipoles in the environment something to bond to/dissipate or to limit the output from technology. Had this idea earlier. I'm sure it's right. Damion

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