The Nuts and Bolts of Earthing

A study published in 2005 by electrical engineer Roger Apple white confirmed two highly significant facts:

1. Electrons move from the Earth to the body and vice versa when thbody is grounded. This effect is sufficient to maintain the body at thsame electrical potential as the Earth.
2. Grounding powerfully reduces alternating current (AC) voltageinduced on the body by ambient electromagnetic fields (EMFs).

It is hard to avoid electro-technical language to describe this importanstudy that demonstrates some basic physics behind Earthing, and specifically that the human body is a natural conductor of the Earth’s vibransurface energy.

A voltage drop across an in-line resistor, measured with an oscilloprovided ample evidence of an exchange of electrons between the Earthand the body during grounding.

The electric potential (in volts) generated on the body by the EMEs a60 Hz was recorded on both the ungrounded and grounded body using73a specially designed high-impedance measurement system. Earthing, eithewith the patches or the bed sheet, reduced the immediate environmentalcopeelectric potential by a factor of at least 70.

Figure 8-1 below shows thisknockdown effect graphically.
Thus, in one study, the Earth connection was shown to serve as a’source”of beneficial electrons and, at the same time, as a “shield” preventing environmental electric fields from creating disruptive electricpotentials on the body.

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