Kännykkäsäteily tappaa mehiläiset!!
Kuka vielä kiistää, etteikö kännykkäsäteily ole vaarallista? Uusimpien tutkimusten mukaan mehiläisten joukkotuho alkoi juuri samaan aikaan kun ihmiskunta alkoi saastuttamaan ympäristöä sähkömagneettisella säteilyllä:
Uuden tutkimuksen mukaan mehiläisten katoaminen on alkanut jo luultua aiemmin. Tutkijat kävivät läpi melkein 500 000 arkistoitua mehiläishavaintoa, ja totesivat, että mehiläisten katoaminen alkoi jo vuonna 1853.
About 1850, Kirchhoff published his laws relating to branched or divided circuits. He also showed mathematically that according to the then prevailing electrodynamic theory, electricity would be propagated along a perfectly conducting wire with the velocity of light. Helmholtz investigated mathematically the effects of induction upon the strength of a current and deduced therefrom equations, which experiment confirmed, showing amongst other important points the retarding effect of self-induction under certain conditions of the circuit.
In 1853, Sir William Thomson (later Lord Kelvin) predicted as a result of mathematical calculations the oscillatory nature of the electric discharge of a condenser circuit. To Henry, however, belongs the credit of discerning as a result of his experiments in 1842 the oscillatory nature of the Leyden jar discharge. He wrote:The phenomena require us to admit the existence of a principal discharge in one direction, and then several reflex actions backward and forward, each more feeble than the preceding, until the equilibrium is obtained. These oscillations were subsequently observed by B. W. Feddersen (1857) who using a rotating concave mirror projected an image of the electric spark upon a sensitive plate, thereby obtaining a photograph of the spark which plainly indicated the alternating nature of the discharge. Sir William Thomson was also the discoverer of the electric convection of heat (the "Thomson" effect). He designed for electrical measurements of precision his quadrant and absolute electrometers. The reflecting galvanometer and siphon recorder, as applied to submarine cable signaling, are also due to him.
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